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Riess Enamelware Perforated Ladle

If you've ever tried to lift pasta or eggs or out of a boiling-hot pot just to have them slide off your spoon, Riess' Perforated Ladle will solve your problems. Its deep rounded bowl makes it easy to scoop larger quantities and contain slippery foods, and the company's cheerful floral-patterned drain holes are as fast-draining as they are attractive. Made by fusing porcelain glass onto iron, enamelware is nonreactive, easy to clean and has a more polished look than unfinished stainless steel, but like metal cookware is lightweight and durable. This handcrafted product has a glossy white finish that recalls its vintage origins and accentuates its rustic appeal. We like to hang it as a decorative piece alongside the company's Ladle and Skimmer as a Three-Piece Set with Hanging Bar. A caveat: Although enamelware is much stronger than glass, the porcelain finish can still chip if it's dropped or hit against a hard surface.
  • Weight: 5.62 ounces
  • Dimensions: Length: 13.5 inches | Width: 3.5 inches
  • Materials: Iron dipped in Porcelain Enamel
  • Use: Heat-resistant up to 842°F
  • Care: Dishwasher-safe; hand-wash recommended. Dry thoroughly. Any lime spots can be removed with vinegar water.
  • Place of Origin: Austria