|Product Name||Ateco 6 Piece Plain Hexagon Cutter Set|
|Category||Cleaning Supplies / Equipment|
|Short Description||Height:1.25 inches / Length:3.5 inches / Weight:1 pounds / Width:3.5 inches|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B000KESPSA|
|Price New||7.72 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||Ateco's Plain Hexagon Cutter Set includes six cutters with plain edges. Cutters made of stainless steel and range in size from 1 5/8 to 3-inches. Cutters are perfect for cutting pastry, cookies, dough, or as a form for food. By Ateco. Since 1905, Ateco has supplied fine restaurants and bakeries with quality built, specialty baking tools. Ateco products are internationally renowned for their high quality. When you use Ateco products, you’re not only enjoying quality craftsmanship, you’re also enjoying quality design; the products are a result of over one hundred years and four generations of innovation and development.|
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