Bring a bit of history to the table. These beautiful pieces are a nod to the colorful pottery that originated in Staffordshire, England in the late 18th century and soon became a staple in American homes. The hand-applied finish was inspired by traditional splatterware techniques, when pieces were decorated by applying colors with a cloth or sponge (hence the eye-catching, marbled effect).
Hand-dipped enameled steel and porcelain.
Because the splatter finish is hand-applied, no two patterns will be exactly alike.
Meets all FDA and California Prop 65 food service requirements.
Can be used on the grill or in the oven.
Not recommended for microwave use.
The steel core is shatterproof, but please note enamelware may chip around the edges if dropped.
Avoid the use of harsh detergents or stain removers, as these may damage the finish.
Use only non-scratch materials when drying.