Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Because the handle always broke off

The big covered casseroles made by Bennington Potters used to have a completely different handle for the cover. I won't try to describe the old handle on the cover, and I can't scan it, because I lent it and it never came back. It was open, though, and formed from one continuous strip of clay. These items remain the same, but for the cover and perhaps a slight change in the covers on the bottom. Mine was the largest size, and plain gold in color. "Bakeware" isn't a term that I'd think to search on.


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