Safe & Nontoxic
Each year, the average American uses 6.5 pounds of disposable plastic plates and cups, which take 400 years to decompose. Our enamelware is made from 100% natural porcelain-coated steel—plus, we’re on our way to reaching 100% recyclable packaging. Enamelware is a simple way to go easier on the planet. Get great taste with less waste.
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Since 1977, we’ve been crafting enamelware by hand. A skilled maker hand-dips the steel with multiple coats of porcelain, then fires it in a kiln before applying the color by hand. Each Splatterware Plate is hand-painted, and each Vintage Mug rim is hand-rolled with food-safe enamel. We bring traditional craft to the modern table.
Our supply chain meets Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit (SMETA) standards for social and environmental ethics. On-site audits are conducted every 1-2 years, and our energy-efficient, electric-powered factory meets the highest standards of health, safety and fair labor. We enjoy long-term partnerships with suppliers, including 40+ years with the same factory.
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our enamelware is
lead-free and cadmium-safe
Our enamelware is tested to FDA and California safety standards, including Prop 65, California Health and Safety Code 108860 and U.S. FDA 7117.06 and 7117.07. It’s 100% food-safe, even when chipped, and it’s completely lead-free and cadmium-safe—for stress-free meals from your kitchen counter to the campfire.
Made from steel coated in porcelain, enamelware is naturally nonstick. It’s easy to clean, lightweight and long-lasting—even when it chips, it only adds to its charm. No harsh chemicals, just hand-dipped porcelain that’s easy to clean and holds up to anything.
Our family-owned business is based in California, and we partner with local organizations to create better food futures. Working with Conscious Kitchen and Turning Green, we help provide healthy food for kids and support more climate-friendly farming.
*EPA Statistics on U.S. Nondurable Goods, 2018