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Wagenfeld Glass Egg Coddler

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Wagenfeld Glass Egg Coddler
Description
Imbue a little Bauhaus legacy to the simple act of cooking breakfast. This classic egg coddler is a reissue of a 1933 design created by the Bauhaus-trained iconoclast Wilhelm Wagenfeld, whose functionalist credo was to make industrial design objects that were "cheap enough for the worker and good enough for the rich."

The elegant borosilicate glass vessel is handmade by the German manufacturer Jena, which was the first company to develop and use borosilicate glass. The resilience of the material allowed Wagenfeld to create thin-walled pieces with delicate lines that could withstand sharp temperature changes. The glass is heat resistant up to 840°F.

To use: fill with ingredients, close lid with clip in place, cook in water bath or oven. Also suitable for making pastry, soufflés and other desserts. Dishwasher and oven safe.
Details
  • Designer
    Wilhelm Wagenfeld
  • Size
    4h x 4"d
  • Materials
    Borisilicate Glass
  • Year of Design
    1930
  • Origin
    Hungary
  • Volume
    8 oz.

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