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Developed in 1891 by Ernst Abbe and Otto Schott originally for chemical industry. The glass went onto be used by the nearby Bauhaus school of design in Germany.

As early as 1933, the designer Wilhelm Wagenfeld created the egg coddler, which proceeded to make history as a prototype for modern glass design. This design classic made of heat-resistant glass is characterised by its unmistakable form. Even today, it continues to inspire enthusiasts of classic design with its functionality and sleek visual appearance. The egg coddler was developed in connection with designs for the famous Wagenfeld Edition tea service. The unmistakable little kitchen helper has a diverse range of functions and is a perfect example of modern design: it is not only perfect for preparing eggs in a glass, but also truly convenient when baking pastries, soufflés, sweets and appetisers.

Borosilicate glass is tasteless and odourless. They can be used in the oven, on the hob, in the refrigerator and dishwasher. They can even be used in the microwave without the metal clip. Please follow the instructions for care and use provided by the manufacturer.