Abstract: A removable handle, particularly for cooking containers for food, includes a base portion adapted to be fixed immovably to a wall of a cooking vessel and having a coupling body; and a handle portion adapted to be detachably fixed to the base portion and including a coupling cavity to receive the coupling body of the base portion. The coupling body is insertable in the coupling cavity along a main coupling direction. A locking and unlocking lever which can be activated to lock and unlock the coupling body inside said coupling cavity is also part of the removable handle. The lever is hinged to the handle portion about an axis of rotation substantially parallel to the main coupling direction. The lever includes at least a first relief, the coupling body has at least a second relief to engage with the first relief.
Abstract: The invention describes a system for fastening a handle to a kitchen container that comprises a plate-like fastening element, configured for being irremovably constrained both to a wall of the kitchen container, and to the handle. The plate-like fastening element is configured to be housed and restrained in a corresponding blind hole obtained at an end of the handle. The plate-like fastening element comprises at least one inclined hooking wing, integral with the plate and projecting below one of its surfaces. Each inclined hooking wing is configured for inserting, through elastic deformation while switching from the disassembled configuration to the assembled configuration of the fastening system, into at least one corresponding concave portion obtained on an inner surface of the blind hole towards which each inclined hooking wing projects in the assembled configuration of the fastening system.