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We pride ourselves on creating handcrafted pottery with a level of quality and design that few other potteries in the world achieve.

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Vermont made
for 65 years.
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Handmade Stoneware Bakers Square Pan | Brownie Pan Enlarge

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Handmade Stoneware Bakers Square Pan | Brownie Pan

Brownies bake better in a stoneware pan - it's the even heat!
This 8 inch by 8 inch bakers square pan is one of our customers' favorite baking shapes! We love the generous capacity. It's big enough for lasagna for two with plenty of left-overs. It makes a great brownie pan too! Best of all, like all our pottery, this square baking pan is also microwave and dishwasher safe.

Our #1888 Square baker holds a full 1-1/2 qt.
CODE: 1888-P
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Retro Kitchen Set


Chrome and red formica table and chairs were the first pieces I was able to find just like the kitchen set in Grandma's summer house. Long afternoons of baking lessons using the stoneware bakeware set she valued for its even cooking and durability flooded back when I found those silly woven pot holders at that country store in Vermont. Get out the bakers square pan and the mixing bowls so we can begin – yes, that's the same as a brownie pan I can hear her say. No, we're not going to use the apple baker or the apple pie in a jar today. Today we need the stoneware pie pan and the rectangular baking pan to catch the juices from the apple pie we're going to make. I hear all of this as I carefully select a blue pottery batter bowl and a deep dish pie pan from a flea market I frequent. It will take quite a while to put together my retro kitchen – but with my Grandmother helping me choose the right pieces it will be just right.