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FAFX10670 Imperia

Imperia Raviolamp 36 Section - Pasta Accessory - 36 Section

by Imperia
£14.10
14.10
  • Imperia Raviolamp 36 Section
  • Pasta Accessory
  • Thirty-six hole traditional shaped ravioli tray for making home made ravioli
Quantity:
  • Expected Despatch By 19/12/2016
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Description

Product Description

    • The tray also comes complete with a wooden rolling pin to seal the top layer of pasta over the filling
    • Simply turn the tray upside down once the process is finished to release the ravioli easy
    • All Imperia moulds are manufactured in anodized pressed aluminium on a steel enameled base with non-slipping rubber feet
    • Handwash only

Review

  • Established over 70 years ago in the city of Torino in northern Italy, IMPERIA started out as a private business and was incorporated in 1932. As the company gradually evolved, it became an established brand for durable household products; a reputation, which began with the manual roller pasta machine which was introduced in the late 1920’s. Over the years IMPERIA’s product range expanded to include over 40 items all of which, whether they be for restaurants or domestic use, are specially designed to ensure unsurpassed fresh homemade pasta, Italian style. IMPERIA’s products are now sold worldwide. This growth has had no adverse effect on the company’s family style and they still take great pride in the quality of their products which are renown as the very best domestic and restaurant pasta machines.

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  • Imperia/Kitchen Craft
  • HCODE

    FAFX10670

  • MANUFACTURER

    Imperia

  • EAN CODE

    8005782002909

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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