The 1970s brought a very specific style and aesthetic to all Western countries and Japan, while not being Western, was close enough to get caught in that approach to design. If you aren't sure what that means, the Aderia Retro Lifestyle Heat-Resistant Glass Oven Dish is a very characteristic example. This is an attempt to bring a little of the atmosphere of the Japanese 1970s to our contemporary lives. What's unique about it is that its maker, Aderia/Ishizuka from Gifu Prefecture, was active in the 1970s and actually did make this type of glassware back then!
Looks aside, the Aderia Retro Lifestyle Heat-Resistant Glass Oven Dish is also a very practical heat-resistant vessel that can be used either for storing or for cooking food. It is 219 x 152 x 62 mm (8.6 x 6 x 2.4") and has a capacity of 1,040 ml (35.2 fl oz) when filled to the brim, so is the perfect size for desserts or when cooking for one. You can use it in your microwave oven or your toaster oven, and it's attractive enough to fit right in not only in your kitchen but also other rooms of your home!
Specs and Features:
- Dimensions: 219 x 152 x 62 mm (8.6 x 6 x 2.4")
- Full capacity: 1,040 ml (35.2 fl oz)
- Materials: glass, plastic
- Do not use over open flame
- Can be used in microwave oven and toaster oven
- Comes with 16-page A4 booklet
- Made by historical Gifu Prefecture glassmaker company Aderia/Ishizuka