Circulon Introduces Anniversary Items

Circulon 25th Anniversary Cookie Pans and Cooling RackCirculon 25th Anniversary Cookie Pans and Cooling Rack

Marking the beginning of a yearlong celebration of its 25th anniversary, Circulon has introduced a selection of limited-edition anniversary items designed in silver.    

The new Circulon 25th Anniversary 11-inch Skillet, available at retail in August, features a warm silver exterior and comes with a special $25.00 rebate offer toward the purchase of any Circulon cookware set in 2010.  The 11-inch Skillet is constructed of highly durable, heavy gauge hard-anodized aluminum for fast, even heating without hot spots.

The new Circulon 25th Anniversary Bakeware Sets, already at retail, include two 3-Piece Sets: One set features two 10-by-15-inch Cookie Pans and Cooling Rack, and a second set includes two 9-inch Round Cake Pans and Cooling Rack.  The Cookie Pans and Round Cake Pans are constructed from heavy gauge carbon steel.

The new 2-quart capacity, enamel on steel Circulon 25th Anniversary Teakettle in warm silver is part of a new collection of Circulon teakettles in several different solid colors.  The new Teakettle, to be introduced in October, has a loud beep whistle and stainless steel handle and lid knob.

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