Staub Graphite Coq au Vin, 4¼ qt.
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- French cooking vessels designed to concentrate flavorful juices
- Enameled cast-iron pots retain and distribute heat evenly and effectively
- Durable matte-enamel finish won’t discolor, scratch, rust or chip
- Ready to use—no seasoning required
- Basting spikes on lid interiors funnel evaporated juices back down onto food for even basting
- Extra-heavy lids seal in moisture for tender, flavorful results
- Great for oven-to-table presentation
- Smooth ceramic bases are suitable for all heat sources, including induction
- Knobs are heat-resistant to 500°F
- Comes with coq au vin recipes from some of America’s best chefs
- Manufacturer: Staub
- Material: Enameled cast iron
- Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
- Made in France
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- Dishwasher safe, but hand washing recommended
1 year ago
Questions & Answers
5 3/4-Quart: 14 3/4" x 11 1/2" x 6 1/4" high, 14lbs 3oz. with lid.
Graphite is beautiful.
10" deep at the widest
5" tall w/o the lid
5.75" tall w/the lid
The regular knob adds 1"
The rooster knob adds 2.5"
The width and depth are the same with and without the lid.
I hope this helps you.
"What is the meaning of the letters (A, B, C, D etc) and the numbers engraved at specific locations?
These are symbols which are included in the production molds. Depending on the size of the product, several products can be cast at the same time in one mold (e.g. one mold contains several lids). If a defect is identified on a product then we can use this number to determine the respective position of the mold and take the necessary measures to guarantee a flawless product.
The letters or numbers have nothing to do with product quality (2nd choice or B-goods)"