Made In’s assortment of kitchenware continues to grow with the company’s launch of its French porcelain bakeware assortment.
Among the featured products is a line designed and developed with Chef Nancy Silverton. The limited-edition 3-piece bakeware set is decorated with a floral pattern designed by Los Angeles-based artist Coco Shinomiya, who is a close friend of Silverton.
Each piece of Made In’s French Porcelain Bakeware is born of a lineage of craftsmen that have been producing bakeware from the original proprietary recipe for more than two centuries.
Microwave and oven safe up to 650° Fahrenheit, the porcelain bakeware is made from materials that are thermal-shock resistant and non-porous. The set includes rectangular, square and oval baking dishes and is priced at $269.
Previously, Made In and Chef Silverton teamed to launch a bread knife.
Designed with a pointed and wide serration profile to provide a high level of carving performance, the limited edition handle is made from ivory-colored micarta, which is a resin and fabric composite. The three brass rivets were hand-selected by Silverton.
Made In is also offering a white porcelain bakeware set rimmed in either red or navy for $169. The three-piece set includes an 8-inch by 8-inch square baking dish, 10-inch by 6.6-inch oval gratin baking dish and 9-inch by 13-inch rectangular baking dish.