Ice Cream Dish
Perfection Takes Time. Neumanns Stainless Steel Ice Cream Dish.
The manufacture of one ice cream dish in Solingen today involves more than ten work steps. In the first step a circular blank is cut from the solid stock. It is then deep-drawn onto a dish form. Now the edges have to be smoothed on the lathe, before an intermediate stem can be worked which will later be fitted to the dish. Then another circular blank is cut for the foot of the dish, which is perforated and deep-drawn. Finally all parts are fitted and silver soldered together. In subsequent work steps the dish is polished and brushed and then subjected to a quality check.
The Enduring Charm of the Ice Cream Parlour. The Neumann Company.
With continuing their father’s firm Raimund and Detlef Neumann are upholding a piece of café tradition. The metal working company founded in 1924 in Solingen is one of the last in Germany which still produces more than 40 varieties of stainless steel ice cream dishes, serving trays and cutlery for ice cream parlours and cafés. Visual appeal is simply part of the experience of eating a piece of cake or a dish of ice cream. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that the Neumanns have convinced both gastronomes and proprietors of Italian gelaterias to serve their frozen delicacies in Neumann dishes. The products are still all produced in the small firm in Solingen. Their fine processing bears witness to the many steps that go into their making, and they are unmatched in quality and classic design. The Neumann product range with their ice cream dishes, scoops, spoons, trays and cake plates is by no means out of date.
Article Number 14957
Stainless steel (18/10). Volume 140 ml. Height 9.2 cm, Ø 11 cm. Weight 310 g.
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