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Porcelain Enamelware Plates (Sets of 4)

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These plates have us dreaming of picnics. We can see it now: a set of 4 enamelware plates stacked in a basket (they’re sturdy so they won’t break!), pretty enough to be plated with cheese and bread. But why limit them to the great outdoors? We’re using ours everyday in addition to the occasional excursion. They’re also a full inch deep so you can serve saucy pastas and juicy chickens without fear of run-off.

Each plate is hand-spun from high-grade steel then coated in porcelain enamel and fired in the oven The result is a highly durable and colorful set of prep plates that will last a lifetime. Choose from traditional splatter patterns like Grey Speckle and Cobalt Blue Speckle, or opt for a more modern, solid-colored set in White or Gray, both of which have a black trim. Each bowl is finished with a clean, white glazed interior so they mesh well with other mixing bowls and platters in your kitchen. Oh, and did we mention they’re dishwasher safe? Color us impressed.

  • Made in: Titusville, Florida
  • Made of: Porcelain enamel (glass-lined high-grade steel).
  • Size: Each set includes 4 plates; each is 9.5" diameter x 1" deep

Sourced from: Barn Light Electric

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Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten.

Care & Notes

Porcelain enamel is a durable cookware and while it’s dishwasher safe, avoid harsh detergents and avoid crowding them. Hand washing will also protect the color over years of use. These products are also oven-safe up to 450° F (232° C).

Due to the handcrafted nature of this process from spinning to spraying, some irregularities and blemishes are common and contribute to the uniqueness of each porcelain dinnerware product.

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