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Miffy Milk Pan

CFA25,285 Non-Member
CFA22,757 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
MoMA Exclusive Online Only

Miffy Milk Pan

CFA25,285 Non-Member
CFA22,757 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  White

Size:  One Size

Item# 22210-806791 In Stock
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MoMA Exclusive: Make a perfectly sized cup of tea or warmed milk with the Miffy Milk Pan. The all-white pan features a simplistic design of Dick Bruna’s beloved Dutch storybook character. If you’re wondering what the difference between a milk pan and a sauce pan is, we can help: While both can heat up milk with ease, a designated milk pan has an even heat distribution and that makes heating up (without burning) milk a breeze. Safe for use on induction, gas, and electric stovetops. Freezer-safe. The Miffy Milk Pan measures 3h x 10w x 5.5"d. Holds 27oz. Hand-wash only.

  • Size
    3h x 10w x 5.5"d
  • Material
    Enameled Steel
  • Year of Design
    2020
  • Origin
    Thailand
Hand-wash only.

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Dick Bruna
Dick Bruna

Celebrated Dutch artist Dick Bruna (1927–2017) was best-known for the over 120 children’s books he authored and illustrated. The most famous character who appeared in many of the books was Miffy, a small bunny drawn with heavy graphic lines, simple shapes and primary colors. The inspiration for Miffy came during a family holiday in 1955, when Bruna spotted a bunny hopping around and later, began drawing it. (The name Miffy is “Nijntje” in Dutch—a word a child in the Netherlands might use as the diminutive for “konijntje,” or “little rabbit.”) Miffy debuted in storybook form that same year, with the publication of Nijntje, followed by Miffy at the Zoo. 32 subsequent books featuring Miffy were published up until 2018.

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