'Intaglio' Soup Plate


Product code: WED-0138-072

Selection: INTAGLIO, $59.99

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Contemporary meets classical with the Intaglio pattern, which combines the embossed textures so popular during the Georgian era with a clean, white glaze finish that is unmistakably modern. Beautiful white, fine bone china embossed with patterns inspired by knurling and engine turning - results in a aesthetically delightful, tactile finish.
Wedgwood Tableware is all made to be used. Before being accepted for production, all new patterns are put through an exhaustive series of tests to ensure they are as hard wearing as possible. Quality checks are constantly carried out on tableware to monitor its ability to resist acids, alkalis and other substances present in foods and detergents, and withstand the general rigours of day-to-day use. So don’t keep your tableware locked away, use it and enjoy it with confidence.

All tableware is subject to abrasion from repeated handling and stacking. Wedgwood recommend that you stack no more than six items together, one on top of another. To avoid scratching your tableware, plates should not be slid out from the bottom of a stack – always lift them out from the top.

As a matter of hygiene, you should always wash any new purchases of tableware before first use in a mild solution of liquid detergent. Washing-up is one of the occasions when tableware can be damaged if it is not properly handled during both washing and draining. Even in water, the glazed surfaces can become scratched if rubbed against each other with force. So avoid putting too many plates in the water at any one time. Normal dish washing products used in hand-hot water will not harm your tableware. Teapot and coffeepot stains can be removed with bicarb soda, and silverware cleaner will remove “pencil marks” caused by minute deposits of metal from cutlery. Abrasives and harsh scourers should not be used on your bone china tableware.

It is perfectly safe to wash your tableware in an automatic dishwasher, so long as these guidelines are adhered to.

*Load the washer so that pieces do not touch each other, to avoid the risk of scratching. Do not overload.
*Use a liquid detergent and follow the manufacturers instructions on the appropriate quantity of detergent to be used (avoid using corrosive dish washing agents such as tablets or granules).
*Wash at 65°C maximum – the “short wash” or “china and crystal” cycle is sufficient for normal cleaning.
*As soon as the wash water has drained away, there should be an immediate rinse cycle to flush away deposits of detergent which will form a film if allowed to dry.

Modern detergents, particularly the liquid type, can be used safely for washing tableware. In dishwashers, Wedgwood recommend the use of Finish Liquid.

Wedgwood Tableware can be safely used in a freezer. However, care should be taken when re-heating frozen foods. No matter how strong the tableware, sudden changes of temperature (e.g. taking from the freezer and placing directly into a hot oven) is likely to cause thermal shock, which will damage the tableware.

It is perfectly safe to warm your tableware in your oven, up to 65°C. However, it should never be exposed to direct heat from a naked flame or to rapid changes in temperature.

Many of the Wedgwood Tableware patterns can safely be used in a microwave oven. However, tableware decorated with any form of metallic rim or decoration (gold, silver or platinum) must not be placed in a microwave oven, where the intense heat will damage its high concentrations of precious metal. Never use your tableware in a microwave oven with the oven function.
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