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hot products Oven-To-Tableware Emile Henry


Haus says: ‘From the oven to the table, Emile Henry Aperitivo platters offer a unique way to cook and serve treats. Simply bake and serve them hot or cold on the same platter. The small side handle is perfect when passing around the room, and the pieces are all resistant to scratches, helping you to cut or eat directly on the ceramic surface. The platters make entertaining in style easy, offering mix-and-match shapes and modern colours for an attractive finger food display.’


u01782 572910 Le Creuset


Described as ‘an ideal solution for taking dishes from oven to tabletop’, Stoneware Heritage Dishes from Le Creuset are ‘a versatile essential for every kitchen’. Designed with easy grip scalloped handles and deep side walls, they come in three sizes to suit a variety of recipes, from marinating to roasting and baking to serving. Made from specialist clays and fired at the highest temperatures, Le Creuset stoneware carries a 5-year guarantee on each piece.


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Fissler


Distributor Burton McCall says: ‘Made in Germany, Fissler enjoys a worldwide reputation as a manufacturer of the very finest of cookware. Its broad spectrum of products and designs is so extensive that it is certain to satisfy the needs of each and every type of cook. The Original Profi collection (pictured) is an excellent choice when it comes to selecting oven-to-tableware. The induction compatible pot set has been developed for pros by pros. All models are made of high-grade 18/10 stainless steel which is oven-safe and resilient to scratches.’


u0116 234 4611 usales@burton-mccall.com Childrensware Sophie Allport


British homewares designer Sophie Allport has launched a new children’s collection. The company says: ‘Fuelling dreams of interstellar adventures, SPACE is out of this world! Colourful planets are orbited by satellites, rockets and moons, whilst astronauts float amongst the stars on a deep blue background. This fun design will delight aspiring space girls and boys, with an array of children’s decor and dining gifts available.’ The 21-strong range includes backpacks, lunch bags, dinnerware (including plates, bowls and cutlery), a children’s apron, set of children’s bibs, children’s jumper, knitted mittens, snood, hat, cushion, blanket and a doorstop.


u01778 560256 Klean Kanteen


Klean Kanteen says: ‘The Kid Kanteen reusable, chip-resistant, stainless steel water bottles are made with safe, BPA-free materials and designed specifically for children. The bright colours and graphics will keep hydration fun, and the compatible Classic caps make for easy transition as the child grows, providing a lifetime of use.’


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Suitable for 9 months+, this Peter Rabbit double-sided children’s tabard has a gloss laminated coating so it is easy to wipe down. The front features a large-scale Peter Rabbit, taken from the original illustrations from the Beatrix Potter stories.


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