Emile Henry Ltd. is a renowned company that manufactures kitchenware such as ceramic tableware and baking utensils that was founded in 1850, in Burgundy, France. Emile Henry was in charge over time to earn a worldwide reputation for having the best quality products. This company, which is still managed by the Henry family, develops its Burgundy clay products and has a very resistant manufacturing process. In much of the world chefs and cooks have this brand for the variety of products and their purpose is to cook and bake. Their products have the correct measurements and characteristics that stand out from the others that make them ideal for cooking.
The city of Burgundy is known for the wines that are grown and the minerals that the region has. From these soils is where the materials are extracted and the clay that forms part of the formula of Emile Henry's products is created. Today the company continues to design and innovate with its products, they are very proud that their experiences help make the cooking experience easier and more pleasant for customers who consume their products. They totally believe that the values of good cuisine are based on preparing it with love and making it to share.
The Tart Dish Large, has an original design and is made of HR ceramic that absorbs and distributes heat evenly. It has a rectangular shape that is ideal if you want to prepare cakes or quiches.
- Mineral-rich Burgundy clay is unsurpassed for even heat distribution.
- Naturally non-stick surface.
- Easy to clean.
- Freezer, microwave, oven, broiler, dishwasher safe.
- Can go directly from freezer to 500 F pre-heated oven.
- Scratch resistant from use or cleaning.
- Lead and cadmium free.
- Limited 10 year warranty against breakage or chipping due to defective workmanship.
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