Competition: C6 Herringbone griddle pan by Inga Sempé

Herringbone is a double grill designed by Inga Sempé for Crane. Herringbone focuses on visual lightness, high-grade materials and enduring, handcrafted production methods.

The Herringbone pattern grill lines channel cooking juices to either of the two pouring spouts and the large power-grip handles optimise manoeuvrability. 

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