White & Grey Enamel Dinnerware
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Dinnerware for everywhere.
Durable and versatile enamelware is an endlessly useful addition to even the most well-stocked kitchens: It’s lightweight, stackable, dishwasher-safe, and can be used on the stovetop, in the oven, and on the grill. It also makes a great travel buddy to bring along to potlucks and barbecues.
These cereal bowls, salad plates, dinner plates, and oval plates look great on our table, but they’re so sturdy and lightweight that we’re swapping out plastic and paper and taking a set of these in our picnic baskets and camping packs, too.
Read more on why we love enamelware a whole lot for every little kitchen task.
Cereal bowls are 6.25" in diameter x 2.5" H, hold 20 ounces; Salad plates are 8" in diameter x 1.4" H; Dinner plates are 10.24" in diameter x 0.98" H; Oval Plates are 12" L x 9" W x 0.85" H
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Steel, porcelain enamel
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher safe. Not safe for use in the microwave.
Avoid using abrasive materials on enamel surfaces. Don’t use abrasive cleansers or hard water stain removers on the surface. Remove stains with a soap-filled plastic scouring pad or sponge.
Enamel covering is strong and durable, but may chip if dropped or handled roughly. Chips do not affect functionality.
As with any dinnerware, some scratching and dulling of the surface is likely to occur over time.
Meet the Maker
San Francisco, CA
There's something about enamelware that makes us think of outdoor summer picnics and breezy spring afternoons. But thanks to Crow Canyon Home, who has been designing and producing enamelware since 1977, we're quickly learning that enamelware is just as at home inside as it is outside! Their throwback and updated designs can be used on the stovetop, in the oven and on the grill—and bring a simple charm to our table.View Full Profile
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