MacKenzie-Childs has launched its spring/summer 2017 products and patterns. Among the additions is the new Flower Market pattern featured on its line of cookware.
According to the company, the Flower Market collection brings the country garden inside for a fun, fresh look. Each design is hand-glazed made of heavy-gauge steel underbody with hand-applied transfer decoration, bronzed stainless steel rim and stainless steel knob with antiqued brass finish.
The cookware collection is available in a 2.5-quart saucepan ($125 SRP), 3-quart casserole ($165 SRP), 3-quart sauté pan ($165 SRP), 7-quart stockpot ($180 SRP) and 5-quart casserole ($170 SRP).
According to MacKenzie-Child’s creative director, Rebecca Proctor, the new line of cookware is indispensable in every kitchen, and moves from the stove or oven to table with ease. “It is a must-have for party prepping or everyday use, each piece looks as delicious as the tasty treats it presents,” she said.