Grey marble vintage-style enamelware in assorted styles for serving and baking. Dishwasher and oven safe*
Mug / 12oz
Short Tumbler / 10oz, 3.5" tall
Tall Tumbler / 14oz, 4.75" tall
Footed Bowl / 5.25" diameter
Cereal, Soup Bowl / 6" diameter
Medium Serving Bowl / 8" diameter
Large Serving Bowl / 10" diameter
Flat Salad Plate / 8" diameter
Dinner Plate / 10" diameter
Pitcher / 2 Quart
Sauce Pan / 4.25"d x 3"h
Platter / 13" x 18"
*remove screw-off wooden handle of saucepan for dishwasher and oven, all others oven safe up to 500f. Enamelware can be used in a dishwasher, but avoid harsh detergents and hard water stain remover. These chemicals can dull the shine of your enamelware over time.
Will enamelware chip? If it chips can I still use it? Yes, like ceramics or glass, if enamelware is hit hard enough (dropped on cement floors, thrown into cast iron sinks, dropped on patio slate, etc) it can chip. It of course will not shatter like glass or ceramic. It is not breakable, but it still needs to be treated with care for longevity.
Enamelware is completely food safe (even when chipped), and is rigorously tested to meet both FDA and California Food Safety regulations. The manufacturer is certified by the FDA office in Oakland, CA. Every shipment that is imported is tested by an independent certified lab before it is shipped to the U.S from Asia.
If your item chips, it is still perfectly food safe. To avoid rusting on the exposed steel be sure to dry the item immediately after washing. If rust does appear it can be removed by gently scrubbing with a baking soda and lemon juice paste.
Can I microwave it? Because enamelware is made of a steel core, it should never be used in a microwave