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SKU: 618520

Revol Grands Classiques Covered Rectangular Terrine

Durable terrine is perfect for cooking its namesake dish. Terrine is a meat, fish, seafood or vegetable dish served cold as a pâté or warm with a sauce. Pretty and practical, Revol porcelain is fired at high temperatures, creating a smooth...Read More

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Durable terrine is perfect for cooking its namesake dish. Terrine is a meat, fish, seafood or vegetable dish served cold as a pâté or warm with a sauce.

Pretty and practical, Revol porcelain is fired at high temperatures, creating a smooth, non-porous finish that’s easy to clean and resistant to stains, chips and scratches. Features sturdy handles for easy transportation and a tight-fitting lid.

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  • Manufacturer: Revol
  • Includes: Terrine dish and lid
  • Material: Porcelain
  • Capacity: .4 qt.
  • Dimensions: 6" x 4¼" x 3¼"
  • Made in France

Care & Usage Show

  • Dishwasher, freezer and microwave safe. Oven-safe to 572°F. Do not place empty items in microwave or oven. Do not preheat porcelain

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  • Terrine dish
  • Lid

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