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San Mateo, California, United States
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 Magma, Cookware 10 Pc. SS, A10360L

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Ten piece stainless steel, "nesting" cookware set-- stainless steel finish. The quality and value you've come to expect from all Magma products now in an 18-10 stainless steel cookware set that nests for storage in less than 1/2 cubic foot of cabinet space! Now includes a lid for the stock pot and saute pan.
Material: Stainless Steel

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