It’s safe to say I’ve not cooked anything complicated, much less anything involving the word ‘casserole’, yet I’m certainly drawn to this bold red dish designed by Jens Quistgard. The handle design seems almost too (dare I say) pretty, but the weld points actually limit heat transfer. The lid can also be inverted for use as a trivet. And can you guess when it was designed? Was it a: 1923, b: 1956, c: 1972, or d: 2006?
Made by Dansk.
Oven-, stovetop-, and freezer-safe.
Made in Thailand.
Size: 5.5h X 9.5″diam., 4qts.
Materials: Stamped Steel, Porcelain-enamel Coating
Designer: Jens Quistgard
If you guessed b: 1956, you are correct!
Available from MoMA Store, 100.00.