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Tabletop: Ceramic Cookware by 4th Market

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Tabletop: Ceramic Cookware by 4th Market

August 2, 2011

In Japan, every pot and vessel has a specific function, hence the names of the individual pieces of ceramic cookware from 4th Market. The Japanese oven-to-table earthen ovenware is made from heat resistant ceramic and can be used on the stovetop and in the oven or microwave (save for the pieces with wood handles, which can only be used on a stovetop). The pure and simple pots are available in the US from Baum Kuchen.

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Above: 4th Market Risotto Pan; $55.

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Above: 4th Market Ricotta Milk Pot; $68.

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Above: 4th Market Poile Pan; $42.

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