Reactive glazed products launched by Steelite

The Vesuvius range promises a suite of tableware where every single piece stands out

 The Vesuvius range
The Vesuvius range

The Vesuvius range is a collection of three reactive glazes — Amber, Lapis and Burnt Emerald. Taking their names from some of nature’s more precious materials, these glazes complement and contrast each other to provide an exciting platform for today’s eclectic and diverse menus.

Reactive glazes owe their beauty to the complex chemistry involved. As a result, no two items within the Vesuvius range will ever be alike. This creates a suite of tableware as individual and nuanced as the chefs’ vision for their dish.

When mixed with other Steelite collections, Vesuvius creates tabletop presentations to be admired.

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All items within the Vesuvius collection are manufactured in Stoke-on-Trent and covered by a lifetime edgechip warranty, giving added assurance that the product will withstand the rigours of a busy commercial kitchen.

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