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Ceramic Clay Kitchen Equipment

  • $60
    Replicating the benefits of baking in a brick oven, the ceramic bread cloche turns out individual loaves with tender, moist interiors and crispy, evenly golden crusts. The unglazed clay absorbs heat to ensure even baking on all sides, while the porous surface absorbs moisture to give the crust a crispy bite. Use the cloche to both proof and bake your loafridges inside the bell produce proofing lines in the crust for a classic bakery-style finish.
  • Sugg. Price: $59.90 Our Price: $49.95
    Designed especially for compact countertop convection ovens, this smaller version of Emile Henrys superb pizza stone lets you bake perfect individual pizzas. Finished with Emile Henrys proprietary Flame glaze, the ceramic pizza stone produces crispy crusts and doubles as a cutting surface and its dishwasher safe. Ideal for baking pizzas and breads and general grilling. Made of exceptionally durable Burgundian clay, yet much lighter than standard pizza stones.
  • $59.95
    Finished with Emile Henrys proprietary black Flame glaze, this rectangular ceramic baking stone turns out perfectly crispy crusts and then doubles as a surface for serving. The piece withstands exceptionally high heat, so it can be used in the oven, on the grill and over an open flameand its dishwasher safe. Rectangular shape is ideal for flat bread, rolls, family-sized pizzaseven cookies. Made of durable Burgundian clay, yet much lighter than standard baking stones.
  • $19.95
    To ensure that warm, flavorful syrups pour onto pancakes, waffles and French toast and not onto the tabletop our pitcher has a specially designed spout that catches drips and funnels them back into the vessel. Fill with hot syrup, and the heat-retaining clay helps to maintain the syrups ideal serving temperature. Made of durable stoneware. Glazed in white to complement any breakfast dishes. Handwash. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
  • $60
    Duplicating the benefits of baking in a brick oven, the ceramic bread cloche turns out individual loaves with tender, moist interiors and crispy, evenly golden crusts. The unglazed clay absorbs heat to ensure even baking on all sides, while the porous surface absorbs moisture to give the crust a crispy bite. Use the cloche to both proof and bake your loaf for a classic bakery-style finish. Traditional unglazed stoneware cloche is made of thick, durable Superstone ceramic.
  • $59.95
    Hand made in the La Chamba tradition that dates back more than 700 years, this ceramic pot is designed to withstand direct contact with heat, great for use on stovetops, especially open flame cooktops. This covered dish is perfect for slow-cooking casseroles and stews in the oven or it can be used on the stovetop for soup and rice dishes. Made completely by hand in the village of La Chamba, Colombia, long famous for its pottery. Only natural, locally mined clays are used.
  • Sugg. Price: $179 Our Price: $119.95
    A companion to our Provence platter, this earthenware bowl allows you to set a stunning tabletop in its legendary hand-painted pattern. The 17th-century design depicts a magical forest of castles and animals. It is the work of a single artist from shaping the clay to paintingand bears its creator's signature. Produced in the Portuguese ceramic center of Condeixa, the bowl makes make a striking display and a splendid gift.  Hand-wash. Serving bowl, 5 1/4-qt. cap., 14 1/4" diam., 3" high.
  • $59.95
    Hand made in the La Chamba tradition that dates back more than 700 years, this ceramic pot is designed to withstand direct contact with heat, great for use on stovetops, especially open flame cooktops. This covered dish is perfect for slow-cooking casseroles and stews in the oven or it can be used on the stovetop for soup and rice dishes. Made completely by hand in the village of La Chamba, Colombia, long famous for its pottery. Only natural, locally mined clays are used.