Highbanks Creamer

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$55.00

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In the spirit of the holiday season, on Giving Tuesday, we will split 5 percent of our total sales on December 1, 2020, between two organizations: Food Bank of Central New York and Black Artists + Designers Guild. Food Bank of Central New York distributes more than 33,000 meals daily to 11 counties in Central and Northern New York. BADG is a collective of independent Black artists, makers, and designers that was founded in 2018 to increase awareness and representation of Black talent in the design industry.
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The Highbanks Creamer is the perfect way to energize your morning cup of joe. Take your coffee black? Don’t fret—this versatile enamel vessel invites countless uses—from hot fudge to spaghetti sauce to homemade herb vinaigrette. Pair with a jug of local maple syrup and pancake mix in a welcome gift basket. The heavy-gauge steel underbody features hand-applied transfers of roses, pine cones, thistles, and holly.
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Why we love it

Come home to our home for the holidays and beyond with our Highbanks collection of dinnerware, servingware, and linens. Highbanks was the original name of the Upstate New York farm that is home to our studios, and the collection features our beloved Farmhouse dressed in holiday finery. Add in accents of blue tartan, plus embellishments of roses, pine cones, thistles, and hollies, and you’ll be inspired to find a spot for Highbanks in your home, too.

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Dimensions

5.75" wide, 4.5" tall, 14 oz. capacity

Materials

Heavy-gauge, hand-glazed steel underbody with hand-applied transfer decoration. Pieces may vary due to the handmade nature of each product. Imported.

Care and Use

Hand-wash with mild soap and dry immediately. All of our enamelware exceeds both federal food safety regulations and California's Proposition 65, the strictest environmental safety standards in the U.S. Handle enamelware with care, and discontinue use for food service if it becomes chipped, cracked, or broken.

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