Kaico Milk Pan
Designed to be durable enough to last for a lifetime, the Kaico collection is an enduring classic that blends function and thoughtful Japanese design. This milk pan is designed with a convenient pouring spout, making it easy to transfer heated sauces directly to a plate or serving bowl. Thermal efficient, the simple enamel pan heats quickly on a stovetop and is easy to use and clean. The milk pan is neutral enough to coordinate with an existing collection of pots and pans; may also be used with other Kaico enamelware to give a cohesive, minimalist look to kitchen cookware.
Designed by Makoto Koizumi, whose works are collected in museums the world over, such as MoMA, V&A, Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo. Produced by Kaico, a furniture designer known for ‘monozukuri’ (making things), and crafted by skilled Japanese artisans. Kaico offers aesthetically pleasing enamelware in stylish shapes. The contrast between the fresh white of the enamel & the natural look of the light-colored beechwood make the brand’s simple yet modern designs brim with personality. Leaving behind the conventional notions of enamelware, Kaico presents this highly functional material in a new light: as interior decor. The Kaico series won the 2006 Good Design Award. Note: Not for dishwasher or microwave. Hand wash only. Works on gas, electric & induction stoves.
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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||11 × 5.5 × 4 in|