Jenaer glass - egg coddler - Wilhelm Wagenfeld edition
The egg coddler, the work of designer Wilhelm Wagenfeld (1933), can be used to prepare eggs in the glass as well as desserts, patés and lots more besides.
It is heat-resistant, dishwasherproof and suitable for microwaving (without metal parts) .The distinctive kitchen helper is versatile: not only for the preparation of eggs in the glass, he is also perfect for the production of pies, soufflés, desserts and Amuse bouche.
The shape of this versatile vessel is derived from the original designs by Wilhelm Wagenfeld, who created the egg coddler in classical Bauhaus Design in 1923.
Content: 475 ml
Height 108 mm
- Width 128 mm
Depth 124 mm