- Our fine metal is handcrafted from 100% recycled aluminum; all products are food-safe and will not tarnish.
- Do not place in dishwasher or microwave.
- Avoid extended contact with water and acid-based foods; coat lightly with vegetable oil or spray to avoid staining.
- Cutting directly on the metal surface will scratch the finish.
- Handwash in warm water with mild soap and towel-dry immediately.
- Warm to 325˚ for hot foods. Freeze or chill for Summer entertaining. *
- Occasional use of a non-abrasive metal polish will revive luster. *
*Not recommended for enamel pieces
Wood + Slate
- Slate and Wood are made from North American sustainable resources.
- Both are food-safe.
- Do not place in the dishwasher, microwave, or oven.
- Do not use cooking oils to moisturize Slate; periodically apply a thin coat of mineral oil to prevent drying.
- Do not use Slate products as cutting boards.
- Avoid extended contact with water or acid-based foods.
- Handwash Wood in warm water with mild soap and dry.
- Clean Slate with a damp sponge.
- Regular use of Slate may result in subtle scratches or color changes. This makes up the patina of Slate and is not considered a defect.
- Marble products are food-safe.
- Do not place in the dishwasher or submerge in water.
- Do not place hot food directly on top of Marble.
- Clean promptly after use with acidic ingredients.
- Handwash with mild soap and water. Towel-dry with soft cloth.
- In order to prevent staining, before each use rub Marble generously with vegetable oil, allowing it to absorb fully.
- Variations in color and pattern reflect the unique attributes of natural Marble and show off the stone’s beauty.
- Recycled glass is handcrafted from 100% recycled soda bottles.
- Bubble glass is handcrafted by Italian master glassworkers.
- Both are dishwasher safe.
- Do not freeze or microwave glass.
- Recycled glass: a mild detergent on a warm, gentle cycle.
- Italian glass: use the air dry setting.
- Extreme temperatures may cause cracking.
- Slight variations in color, bubbles, cooling marks (like the pontil on the bottom) are signature of the crafting process.