Staub Ivory Rustic Ceramic Rectangular Baking Dishes
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Staub, makers of our cast iron cookware favorites, make ceramics, too—and they are as durable, high-performing, and beautiful as their cast iron counterparts! Staub’s ceramics are finished by hand—trimmed, polished, and glazed for amazing precision and consistency. Each piece is fired not once, but twice, to give it extra defense against cracking. The enamel finish, one of Staub’s signatures, gleams and gracefully transitions from oven to table.
Ceramic rectangular baking dishes are the true workhorses of entertaining—especially when they have a company-worthy ivory glaze. Layer them up with lasagna, roast chunks of delicata squash, or this Baked Pasta with Cauliflower and Chard.
Photography by Linda Xiao
Details & Materials -
5.5" x 4" is 5.5" L (7.4" with handles) x 4.8" W x 1.8" H, holds 0.5 quarts; 7.5" x 6" is 7.5" L (9.9" with handles) x 6.7" W x 2.2" H, holds 1.25 quarts; 10.5" x 7.5"* is 10.5" L (12.8" with handles) x 8.2" W x 2.6" H, holds 2.5 quarts
Care & Notes
Dishwasher, microwave, broiler, and oven safe up to 300°C (572°F).
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