Legio Nova
Serving dish
37x25 cm

  • Classic and stylish design
  • Freezer-safe, ovenproof, microwave-safe and dishwasher-safe
  • 10-year porcelain warranty
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EUR 89.95
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  • Serving dish
  • Serving dish
EUR 89.95
✔ Incl. VAT
Add to cart

Legio Nova serving dish

Elegant and timeless serving dish that will enhance any arrangements of meat, fish or vegetables. The serving dish will add a touch of style to any festive occasion, but is also designed for everyday use because it is made of high-quality porcelain, which is extremely hard-wearing. With its elegant fluted rim design, it is also perfect for decorative purposes or for fruit displays. The dish can be supplemented with the rest of the classic Legio Nova tableware or stand beautifully on its own.

The dish comes with a 10-year porcelain warranty and is ovenproof, microwave-safe, freezer-proof and dishwasher-safe.

10-year porcelain warranty

Legio Nova is high-quality porcelain which is ovenproof, microwave-safe and freezer-proof, and all the pieces in the series come with a 10-year porcelain warranty. So, if it breaks, or if the glaze crazes during normal everyday use, then we will replace it either with a new one or with a similar product. Read more here.

  • Facts

    • Classic and stylish design
    • Freezer-safe, ovenproof, microwave-safe and dishwasher-safe
    • 10-year porcelain warranty
    • Materials: Porcelain
    • Maintenance: Dishwasher-safe
    • Design by: Eva Solo
    • Color:
    • Size: Width: 37x25 cm
  • Freight and delivery

    Free shipping on all orders above 89€
    Except orders containing tables and/or chairs

    Orders are dispatched within 1-2 workdays. you will recieve track-and-trace info as soon as your order leaves our warehouse. Shipping time depends on receiver country.

    Delivery cost depends on reciever country and shipping method. This will be shown in the checkout.

     

  • Maintenance

    Dishwasher safe.

    Stripes from cutlery on white porcelain look like black scratches. Often, however, it is the cutlery that deposits the stripes during use. The stripes can usually be removed with Viennese lime or steel polish.