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Old Bay Grande Mug

18.00
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Old Bay Grande Mug

18.00

On colder days, there is almost nothing more comforting than a warm mug in your hands. This one is just wonderful for soups and chowders, but it’s also perfect for when you want to make yourself a big, hot cup of tea. Most importantly, get cozy! These enamelware mugs, made of porcelain-coated carbon steel, hold heat beautifully, but the handles are specially designed to keep fingers from burning. Sit back and enjoy!

With the proper care, your enamelware collection can last many years…even passed down from generation to generation. Created by using a traditional handmade production method that has changed very little since the 18th century, each piece is hand-dipped and fired at extremely high temperatures causing the steel to contract and fusing the porcelain enamel to the steel, creating a durable, non-porous surface.

Item quantity is subject to availability. Therefore, order processing time may take up to 10 business days.

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On colder days, there is almost nothing more comforting than a warm mug in your hands. This one is just wonderful for soups and chowders, but it’s also perfect for when you want to make yourself a big, hot cup of tea. Most importantly, get cozy! These enamelware mugs, made of porcelain-coated carbon steel, hold heat beautifully, but the handles are specially designed to keep fingers from burning. Sit back and enjoy!

With the proper care, your enamelware collection can last many years…even passed down from generation to generation. Created by using a traditional handmade production method that has changed very little since the 18th century, each piece is hand-dipped and fired at extremely high temperatures causing the steel to contract and fusing the porcelain enamel to the steel, creating a durable, non-porous surface.

Item quantity is subject to availability. Therefore, order processing time may take up to 10 business days.

  • 24 ounces

  • 3.75 inches tall

  • oven and stovetop safe

  • dishwasher safe

  • works with induction

  • care tips: although safe for cleaning in the dishwasher, soaking enamelware in water for cleaning is not recommended because it can cause rusting to occur around the rim. Should rusting occur, use a mild abrasive cleaner, like a ceramic stove-top cleaner, to gently remove the spot. This can also be used to remove marks made by metal flatware.