H GLASS LID - 10" - Restaurant Grade
10" Borosilicate Domed Glass Lid
Pressed, oven-safe, glass lids were once as common as cast iron. Our grandparents all had them. But like cast iron, this technology has been replaced by cheaper and inferior products. Some glass lids currently available will not withstand high oven temperatures. Borosilicate will.
Borosilicate glass is oven glass—thick, durable, and safe for use at baking temperatures, often sold as PYREX in the past.
This lid will fit both the first quality Homer and Restaurant grade Homer. It may not properly fit either the first quality or the Restaurant grade Heather.
Weight: 2.75 lbs
MADE IN USA
The knob is oxidized brass. It is NOT our high-lift knob with the "archer" logo. The "archer" logo knob can be purchased separately.
This lid will have obvious blemishes, typically bubbles and folds, but these irregularities will not affect the cooking performance.
Sold as-is, non-refundable, and not eligible for warranty.
RESTAURANT USE COOKWARE
This cookware is graded for RESTAURANT USE. It will have obvious blemishes, but these irregularities will not affect the cooking performance of the pan. Blemishes may be negatives in the cooking surface, evidence of grinding, out of flat spec (>1/8" over 1'0"), or other cosmetic irregularities.
They are intended for restaurant use. They are sold as-is, are non-refundable, and are a final sale. They are not eligible for our warranty.
Our Restaurant Use cookware is in stock and will ship within 7 days. Your credit card will be charged at the time of your order.
Another Awesome Product from ButterPat
The lid fits perfectly on my new Homer and on Heather. We've already used it to make sauteed vegetables and gumbo in the first week! Butterpat continues to provide excellent cookware to our kitchen.
10” glass lid
As will all of the Butter Pat products I own this lid is no exception in its wonderful design and excellence to use.. Very Happy
This Homer lid,restaurant use, is flawed, and therefore was price reduced. The noticable flaws are some bubbles in the glass. The plain knob is also a compromise. It seems to fit the pan well and will do the job.