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La Cintura Di Orione Round Casserole by Richard Sapper for Alessi

$235.00

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"Does the lid come with this casserole dish?" — Charles
"Hi Charles, the lid is not included with the casserole dish."
— Dan from Wayfair
"For this product, may I know the material construction?" — Pat
"Hello Pat, this is made of copper but the copper is covered by stainless steel."
— Erica from Wayfair
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