Acopa Keystone 15 oz. Vanilla Bean Porcelain Rectangular Baker / Casserole Dish - 6/Case
Item #: 999B15VBR
Featuring a creamy white glaze, this baker / casserole dish is complemented by beautiful chestnut brown speckles. It provides both durability and style, making it the ideal backdrop for all of your delicious creations. This piece is unique enough to be used as a standalone dish, or play up your tabletop and mix it with other Keystone pieces of like or varying colors. Use this casserole dish to serve a variety of your delectable sides or desserts in style!
- Perfect for serving a variety of your tasty sides or desserts in style
- Beautiful cream glaze with chestnut speckles for a farmhouse feel
- Great for use in high volume establishments; fully vitrified and durable porcelain construction
- Lends a rustic, farm-to-table feel to any tabletop
- Oven safe up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit for easy oven-to-table serving
|Rim-Full Capacity||15 oz.|
|Interior Length||5.75 Inches|
This fully vitrified and durable piece of porcelain is great for use in high volume restaurants or hotels, and is perfect for any catering operation. It boasts a premium high-quality glaze for an immaculate presentation. It is ovenproof and can easily withstand temperatures up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. This allows you to serve your patrons perfectly prepared oven-to-table meals with ease!
Each piece in the Keystone collection boasts a uniquely rustic color designed to add warmth, depth, and unparalleled style to your tabletop. With three colors to choose from, you can mix chestnut, vanilla bean, and caldera for a creative display full of natural tones and rich textures. This piece of dinnerware is the ideal serving solution for any farm-to-table restaurant, or any establishment looking to add a touch or warmth and rustic style to their tabletop.
"Definitely one of our better purchases from this website. This is the exact size that we use for a majority of the recipes in our restaurants. These casserole dishes are durable and can withstand the abuse that our kitchen staff puts them through."