Black And White Enamelware Dinnerware

- $32.95

Using the same hand-dipping techniques used in the 13th century, porcelain is fused onto steel at an extremely high heat. This process creates a product that can withstand heat sources, including the oven and open flame. To achieve the traditional splatter pattern, a second color is actually flicked on by an artist using a specially designed brush. As durable as it is versatile, enamelware has long been a cook's favorite in the kitchen. It moves easily from refrigerator to oven and stovetop- even to the barbecue or grill. 


    • Enamelware is made of steel and porcelain
    • Handmade
    • Food safe, even when chipped
    • Oven safe, open flame safe
    • Shatter proof
    • Lightweight 

    Care Instructions:

    • Do not scrub with abrasive materials
    • Clean with a soap-filled sponge
    • Do not use enamel in the microwave