Emile Henry Couleurs Cobalt Individual Pie Plates, Set of 4

Emile Henry Couleurs Cobalt Individual Pie Plates, Set of 4

My pies always come out perfectly when I make them in my Emile Henry pie dishes. You've got to try it for yourself. They also sell 9 in. pie dishes.

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