From stovetop to tabletop.
We love versatile, hardy cookware—and these enamel pieces sure do fit the bill. With their carbon-steel interior, porcelain enamel coating, and stainless-steel trim, they can cook up just about anything, anywhere (grill, stovetop, or oven!). And that pretty profile means you can bring 'em straight to the table for serving, too. If you’re new to enamel, be sure to read our tips on how to cook with it.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Carbon steel & Belgian porcelain frits
1.25 QT Saucepan: 6.50“D x 12.50“L x 5.00“ H
4QT Dutch Oven: 9.50” D x 12.00” L x 6.50“ H
6QT Stock Pot: 10.75” D x 13.00” L x 5.00“ H
5QT Saute Pan: 9.50” D x 12.00“ L x 5.00“ H
8QT Saute Pan: 13.25” D x 15.50 “L x 5.00“ H
Care & Notes +-
Stovetop, oven, grill, and dishwasher safe. Non-toxic, non-porous, acid-resistant, BPH & lead free, scratch-resistant, and shatterproof. Do not soak.
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