Royal Worcester Egg Coddlers in "Lavinia" Pattern
Lovely Raspberries on a Vintage Egg Coddler
English pottery was made with such pride and skill of hand. It is believed that Royal Worcester Pottery created the Egg Coddler. The tiny pots were made to gently cook eggs with a delicate texture. If fresh eggs were used the yolk would cook perfectly inside the center of the white. Whites thin as an egg ages and make it harder to center your yolk.
The white porcelain pots would simmer in hot water and coddle the egg inside. There are many ways to use these unique pots in your kitchen. The tight sealing stainless lids are good for dry spice storage or as condiment dishes. The artful graphics on pure white milk glass are a joy to see on your shelf. The english have always made china meant to long outlast its maker.
The Lavinia collection at the Cottage includes 1 Large and 2 Small Egg Coddlers. The Large Egg Coddler is 3 inches tall and 2 1/2 inches in diameter. The Small Egg Coddler is 2 1/2 inches tall and 2 1/4 inches in diameter. They can be purchased individually or you can save 15% if you buy 2 or more with Discount Code: Coddler at checkout. The Flat Rate Price includes Shipping and all applicable fees.
From The Time Keepers Cottage Vintage Kitchen Collection