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Since 1854, New Hampshire’s Peterboro Basket Company has been producing some of the country’s most versatile and durable baskets. Woven from ribbons of Appalachian white ash, this one-of-a-kind pie basket is no exception. Its spacious interior compartment easily accommodates up to two 10-inch pies or tarts for safe transport, stacked on a removable raised interior.
- 100% handmade in the USA.
- Finished with solid brass nails and hinges.
- Holds up to two pies or tarts.
- Basket lid flips open for easy interior access.
- Removable raised interior tray included.
- Double handles keep basket level during transport.
- The wood will age to a subtle honey hue over time.
- Exterior: 13 1/4"x 13 1/2" x 8 1/2" high.
- Interior: 12 1/2" x 12 1/2" x 8" high.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Sharlote from Pie/food holder I bought this several months ago and the first few months had it showing off on my baking rack as it is so adorable. I have not only used it for pies, but constantly to transport food, just love love love it and friends constantly rave of where I purchased this. Thank You W.O.S for your class!Date published: 2013-10-27Rated 5 out of 5 by Susanne123 from Perfect for toting my pies at Thanksgiving! Adorable!! Great quality basket. Love being able to tote my pies to Thanksgiving dinner. Two of the Emile Henry Artisan Ruffled Pie Dishes fit perfectly, however the space below the separation insert - where the lower pie sits, is decently shorter than the upper space. This would work well for flatter top pies (like pecan) but not great for any pie with a rounded top. I actually cut wine corks and added them to the legs of the separation insert for 1/2 inch extra space. Now my 2 rounded apple pies fit perfectly!!Date published: 2013-03-08Rated 5 out of 5 by ChezBozzy from A treasure I own this basket and adore it. The quality is exceptional, and it is very functional. Easily transports two pies safely and conveniently. Enjoy!Date published: 2012-11-13