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Serv-ICE buffet dishes and Planets cutlery from Grunwerg

25 September 2009
Serv-ICE buffet dishes and Planets cutlery from Grunwerg

A range of buffet serving dishes from Grunwerg is designed to use with ice to keep food chilled. Each Serv-ICE stainless steel tray has a removable polycarbonate ice dish which can also be used separately for serving food.

The dishes are available in eight different forms: oval Sushi (43cm x 30cm x 6cm, plus 12cm for lid); circular Appetizers (42cm x 35cm x 6cm); circular Salad (31cm x 31cm x 15cm, plus 10cm for lid); circular Platter (26cm x 26cm x 6cm); oval Seafood (49cm x 30cm x 6cm); oval Devilled Eggs (43cm x 30cm x 6cm); circular Bowl (27cm x 27cm x 15cm); and rectangular Condiments (41cm x 13cm x 15cm).

The company has also introduced Planets, a new cutlery range featuring Neptune, Jupiter, Mercury and Venus designs. Each mirror-polished design is made from 18/0 stainless steel for durability and is dishwasher safe. Each collection includes teaspoons; soup spoons; tablespoons, forks and knives; and dessert spoons, forks and knives. Additionally, fish forks and knives are available in the Venus design.

To buy it, callGrunwerg
0114 275 6700

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