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Smallwares ship free on orders $350+
When you order $350 of smallwares, you qualify for free shipping. If you order less than $350, there is a $20 flat rate to ship them to any province in Canada.
This free shipping policy does not apply to equipment. There are shipping charges for equipment, unless specifically noted on the equipment's product page. And equipment does not count towards the $350 to qualify for free shipping.
For orders between $300 - $10,000, we’ve partnered with PayPlan by RBC™ to offer our customers an option to pay with equal monthly payments. When you’re ready to buy, simply choose the PayPlan by RBC™ option in the checkout. Find out more.
We also provide leasing and renting through various third-party companies for orders of any size. If you're interested, contact us to speak with a sales rep. Or find out more about leasing and renting here.
Ships via freight
Freight deliveries are different than parcel deliveries. Freight is for larger items that need to be shipped on a pallet on a freight truck.
- Items are delivered curbside and won't be brought into your establishment
- A tailgate fee could apply if you don't have a forklift or loading dock
- Deliveries require signature and are from Monday-Friday 8-5
- Deliveries can arrive without notice
- If you require an appointment or inside delivery, that needs be requested when ordering and there may be an additional fee
- Find out more about freight deliveries here.
A serving spoon with a solid construction and renaissance handle
Browne's collection of solid stainless steel serving spoons featuring renaissance-style are available in 3 lengths: 11-, 13-, and 15-inch. Thanks to their stainless steel construction, these spoons will not bend or break. The handles are grooved for extra durability and ease of use.
These spoons, also known as basting spoons, have a satin finish and a thickness of 1.75mm, meaning these are a higher quality than thinner spoons with superior durability. They are suitable for front of the house serving and kitchen use like basting as well, as the quality is strong enough to do both.
When choosing which serving spoon is best for you, you'll want to determine what kind of foods you plan on serving, how solid they are, and if they have excess water or grease. Perforated or slotted spoons are great for serving steamed vegetables and potatoes. There's no right or wrong between the two, and any choice for one or the other comes down to your preference. However, if you're serving something crumbly like hamburger, you'll want to use a solid spoon to prevent losing any.
- Stainless steel construction
- Renaissance style
- Grooved handle
- Satin finish
- High-quality solid design
- 1.75mm thickness
Material Stainless Steel
Thickness 1.75 mm
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