Napoli Bread Basket – Pfaltzgraff

Posted on December 9th, 2010 by Bread making machines in Bread Bites

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Pfaltzgraff Bread Basket with Warmer

  • Napoli Bread basket and warmer - 7-1/2- by 11-inch
  • Includes warming stone -  can be heated in the oven
  • This great design incorporates all of the natural beauty of the Italian coast
  • Matches serveware, dinnerware and accessories
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe

The Pfaltzgraff Napoli bread basket - use it to warm and serve all of your favorite breads.  Designed by Kathleen McLane, the Napoli pattern from Pfaltzgraff attempts to capture the Italians coast's natural beauty through the use of design and color.

List Price: $ 29.00


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2 Comments on “Napoli Bread Basket – Pfaltzgraff”

  1. Lori

    The Pfaltzgraff Napoli Bread Basket with Warmer makes an excellent addition to the Napoli dinnerware set. Keeps bread very warm and looks great.

  2. I. Berkelmans

    Very impressed with the Napoli bread basket. For $20.00 you just can’t go wrong. It also makes a great centerpiece. The picture does not do it justice. The leaves are a bit of green (picture makes them look darker) – extremely nice.

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