for Crow Canyon Home Marble Enamelware. Use our pots and pans and serving pieces
for cooking, serving and baking. Serve your fresh hot coffee and teas in our
mugs that we offer in 3 different sizes. Mom, dad and baby size mugs and also
our tumblers come in 3 sizes. Set the table with our 16 piece starter
set. Available colors are black and white, blue and white, red and white,
grey and white, burgundy and cream, and navy and cream marble. Mix colors or
use just one, add the oval platter for serving and don’t forget to add the salt
and pepper. Our 3 sizes of spoons are great to make a wall display. Take your
favorite cooking pieces to your outdoor kitchen and bar. Set the table
with the tumblers and divided dinner plate that has three sections, I large and
2 small. Crow Canyon Home enamelware pieces are fully functional, lightweight
and can safely be used on the stovetop (electric or gas), in the oven, and on
outdoor grills. Enamelware is dish washer safe, they cannot be used in the microwave. Crow Canyon
Home enamelware is hand-dipped and is thus subject to variation in pattern and
color. This does not mean the product is defective – it is part of the appeal.
of enamelware is done by an artisan using a specially designed brush.
of enamelware naturally varies - making each one piece a unique collectible.
Canyon Home enamelware is hand-dipped and is thus subject to variation in
pattern and color.
not mean the product is defective – it is part of the appeal.
Care & Use When enamelware is
produced, it is fired at 1700 F, so it is quite safe to use in the oven and on
the stovetop. But do NOT use enamelware in the microwave oven. It is best to
avoid using abrasive materials on enamel surfaces. Don’t use abrasive cleansers
or hard water stain removers on the surface. Remove stains and burned-on grease
with a soap-filled plastic scouring pad or sponge. Be careful when using
sharp-edged metal utensils to keep from scratching your items. Do not allow
enamelware items to boil dry when using them on the stovetop as that may damage
the enamel surface. If enamelware is left empty on a hot burner or in a heated
oven, switch off the heat and allow the items to cool slightly before adding
liquid. It is best to empty and dry the tea kettles and coffee pots after use
to prevent any possibility of rust. If you do experience a little rusting,
place 2 tablespoons of baking soda and a squeeze of lemon juice into the item.
Add water and bring to a boil. Let cool and wash thoroughly before using.
Enamel on steel is hard and strong. But like all fine ceramic materials,
enamelware will chip if dropped or handled too roughly. Chips affect appearance
but not functionality. Items are still usable — there is no danger of lead or
other materials leeching out of the items.
The only drawback is that if not
dried properly, you might see rust on pieces where chips have occurred. As a
matter of fact, some manufacturers purposely distress enamelware to give it the
look of antique pieces.
Continued use of chipped pieces is
an esthetic decision. As with any dinnerware, some scratching and dulling of
the surface is likely to occur over time.