Eva Solo - Nordic Kitchen Pot 4 L (281240)

Eva Solo - Nordic Kitchen Pot 4 L (281240)
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Brand: Eva Solo
65 GBP
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Eva Solo has design the Nordic pots are ideal for everything from cooking soup and pot roasts to blanching vegetables and simmering. If you remove the lid, the pots can also go in the oven as they withstand high temperatures. The side handles are made of solid stainless steel, so they never become so hot that you have to use potholders unless the pot is used on a gas cooker or in the oven.The pot is dishwasher-safe, but the lid is not because of its wooden knob. The pots are stackable, and therefore only take up a minimum of space. Suitable for all heat sources including induction.In creating the Nordic kitchen cookware in stainless steel, design and function were the key priority, and the series is ideal for everyday use as well as for serving food directly at the dinner table. The basic idea behind the new Nordic kitchen stainless steel series is to achieve a true marriage of functionality and aesthetics. The materials are of the highest quality and extremely hard-wearing, and will therefore last for many years, while the oak handles and knobs add a touch of Nordic style and ensure an appealing design. The cookware can therefore be carried to the table and used for serving, and you can create your own style by mixing and matching it with the black pots in the Nordic kitchen series.Useful information about Eva Solo Nordic Kitchen Pot Size: Diameter: 20 cmMaterial: Stainless steel, OakVolume: 4 LQuality cookware for everyday usePerfect for mixing and matching with other Eva Trio cookwareFor using on all heat sources, including inductionEva Solo - 100 years of Danish designEva Solo designer Danish home accessories and cookware in a beautiful and exclusive design that combines aesthetics , functionality and high quality . They design tools that is a pleasure to look at, use and own.The history of the company dates as far back as 1913, but the Eva brand had its major breakthrough in 1952 with a bread and meat slicing machine that went on to become a design classic. The first of many. Today, the products are divided into several collections which are marketed worldwide. But the essence is still the same: aesthetics, functionality and quality.