Namb possesses a certain mystique. Partly it's our very name and our connections to the landscape, culture and history of our origins. Namb (pronounced na:m'bei) was christened for a tiny village near Santa Fe in Northern New Mexico where the company was founded in 1951. But there's more to it, this mystique, which makes Namb the ''lifestyle'' brand valued by people who love simple, elegant designs and love to share them with others. The most distinguishing characteristic of Namb is that our company is devoted as passionately to form as it is to function. Many early Namb designs (Tri-Corner and Butterfly bowls, for instance) still sell briskly. This dedication to design defines Namb . Timeless art you can use every day. Early on, discerning buyers and customers of prestigious stores like Neiman-Marcus, Saks 5th Avenue, Bloomingdale's and Gump's discovered Namb . Museums added Namb to their collections and exhibits. For its beauty, quality and heirloom value, Namb became a favorite gift, especially for brides. The collection grew and became a world brand. In 1998, we introduced the collection of Namb full-lead crystal, in 2001, Namb lighting, and in 2003, Namb porcelain. Additional collections and other exciting news about Namb are imminent. Sign up for our e-mail newsletters and we'll keep you posted. Uplifting and sensuous, the Tri-Corner Bowl is irresistible to hold. The ample curvature of the bowl culminates in three gentle rim points, while the subtle base creates a sense of perfect balance. Designed in 1967 by Richard K. Thomas, the New Mexico sculptor who also designed Namb 's iconic Butterfly bowl, this classic continues to enchant as both a work of art and serving piece. The gleaming metal won't tarnish even when placed in an oven or freezer, after which it retains its temperature for long periods of time to keep pasta hot or fruit salad chilled. Designed by: Namb , 1967
- Material: Namb Alloy
- Oven, broiler, stovetop, and freezer safe
- Use wooden or soft rubber utensils to avoid scratches
- Remove dust and fingerprints with a soft, damp cloth
- Use care when placing heavier Namb pieces on glass surfaces
- Never put Namb Alloy pieces in the microwave
- Do not put Namb Alloy in the dishwasher or leave in standing water for long periods of time
- For Candleholders: To remove wax from candleholders, place them in the freezer until chilled and remove wax; wash with a soft cloth in hot soap and water to remove any wax that remains and dry with a soft cloth
- For Peppermills: To clean your mill, wipe its body with a soft, damp cloth; do not immerse it in water; and always allow your mill to dry completely after cleaning and before filling
- Alloy Care and Use:Light coating of vegetable oil applied to preheated or chilled Namb Alloy for each use will provide a protective barrier for highly acidic foods and help protect the finish
- Alloy Care and Use:Do not leave food in your Namb Alloy for longer than three hours; food left for long periods will result in discoloration
- Alloy Care and Use:Citrus fruits, peeled or unpeeled, can cause discoloration; highly acidic or salty foods, such as dairy, mayonnaise, tomatoes, other fruits, and vinegars, can cause discoloration and/or pitting
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