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12 X 19 Autumn Rythmn By Marion Rose Trademark Fine Art
"This ready to hang gallery-wrapped art piece features birch trees covering the scene. Giclee (jee-clay) is an advanced printmaking process for creating high quality fine art reproductions. The attainable excellence that Giclee printmaking affords makes the reproduction virtually indistinguishable from the original piece. The result is wide acceptance of Giclee by galleries museums and private collectors. Gallery wrap is a method of stretching an artist's canvas so that the canvas wraps around the sides and is secured a hidden wooden frame. This method of stretching and preparing a canvas allows for a frameless presentation of the finished painting. Size: 12""19""."
M. McIntyre "Mary O": Quality only so, so. It is no heavy nenough and has started to pit. Quite disappointed. I use it but it is not high quality.
Patrick K. Miller "Keeper of Nothing": Love this bowl, and that's a little strange for me to say about a mixing bowl. I have had this for a couple of years and it's really nice to have a product that you know is qaulity, and know it won't break. I give this a five star and really think this bowl will outlast me if taken care of.
Philip Vazquez: I'm very impressed with how heavy duty this stainless steel bowl is! It has a really nice lip around the entire circumference and the flat bottom makes it extremely stable during mixing.
Qix: I should've listened to the previous reviewer. I'm not sure how these bowls are normally measured, but even though it claims a 6-quart capacity, in my tests using a liquid measuring cup, this bowl only holds up to 19 cups (4.75 quarts) before spilling over, which of course is an impractical level to fill a bowl. So 4 quarts is probably more accurate, and even then I'd be worried about mixing stuff over the edge depending on what's in it.In spite of this, I've happily used it to mix dough and fillings, and as part of a makeshift double boiler with a 3qt pot. It's a sturdy stainless steel mixing bowl with a flat bottom and a brushed metal appearance, nothing special. It doesn't have a rubber bottom like some brands, but you can always put a rubber mat or damp kitchen towel under it if that bothers you. Just make sure you aren't actually planning on putting more than a gallon of stuff in it at one time.
Ron Holt: I like these bowls, I've got the 4.5 quart and a 3 quart. Was never a fan of stainless bowls. We have some glass and plastic bowls I'd been using and happy with. Needed to use a bowl for a double boiler and wasn't happy with the glass ones. Took to long to come to temperature I felt.Got these 2 bowls and tend to use them more often than the others now. I like the weight, depth to width ratio and feel they are handy. I'm not sure where they were made, nothing engraved on the bowl. Probably was on a sticker I removed.Worked great for a double boiler which was intended use.Recommend.