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Porcelain Enamelware Nesting Bowls (Sets of 5)

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These strong but lightweight bowls have turned us into enamelware devotee, even when we’re not camping. Each bowl 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 bowls that will last a lifetime. Choose from traditional splatter patterns like Grey Speckle or Cobalt Blue Speckle, or opt for a more modern, solid-colored set in Light Blue, White, or Gray, all 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 and extremely durable?

  • Made in: Titusville, Florida
  • Made of: Porcelain enamel (glass-lined high-grade steel)
  • Size: Each set of 5 nesting bowls includes one each of the following sizes: small is 4.75" in diameter at its widest point x 2.5" H; medium is 6.25" in diameter at its widest point x 2.75" H; large is 6.75" in diameter at its widest point x 3.25" H; extra-large is 7.75" in diameter at its widest point x 3.5" H; and serving bowl is 10.25" in diameter at its widest point x 5.25" H

Sourced from: Barn Light Electric

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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.

Staff Favorite

I've used these for everything from prepping to serving, and the color is so pleasing. They're much heavier and sturdier than I was expecting (in a great way).

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Sarah Jampel Senior Staff Writer & Stylist at Food52.

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