Made by leading Japanese Enamelware Producer, Noda Horo — est. 1934, Tokyo — this butter warmer has a stylish design with a white spouted body, attached to a slim black handle. The size makes it convenient for not only melting butter, but also for making sauce, etc. It also looks pretty on a table. Each piece is made entirely by skilled craftsmen at Noda Horo’s factory. The steel base is coated with enamel glaze, so this enamelware is not only durable and long lasting, but it also has high heat retention ability. The material also prevents the food smell from getting absorbed. Because each enamel glaze is applied by hand, there are slight variations in the finished look among units. Each piece has passed strict quality check process. Made in Japan by Noda Horo. Hand-crafted from Japanese steel with enamel coating. Holds 7.5 fl. oz. of liquid.
Note: Wash thoroughly with mild soap and sponge before the first use. This product is suitable for gas stovetop use. This is not suitable for electric or induction cooktop. Hand wash only. Use soft sponge and mild dish soap. This product is not dishwasher safe. The handle can get very hot, use an oven mitt to hold the handle if necessary.
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About the Merchant
Saikai | Made in Japan, Curated in LA | Est. 1991
Established in 1991 in Los Angeles California, SAIKAI introduced Arita-yaki fine porcelain ware to retailers across the United States. Over the years, SAIKAI’s focus has shifted to well-designed lifestyle products that were created by Japanese master craftsmen and designers throughout Japan. Their partnership with these artists have allowed them to curate and offer a variety of aesthetically modern Japanese, yet timelessly designed products while providing up-and-coming artists a path to market.
|Dimensions||7 × 3 × 2.5 in|