Camp Enamelware From Austria
CAMP ENAMELWARE FROM AUSTRIA
We adore Camp Enamelware. You, your family and your friends will, too. The 1870s witnessed enamelware’s entrée into European and American kitchens. Prized for lightweight ruggedness, easy cleaning and the ability to withstand open ﬂames, these goods were popularized by those setting up camp in the ﬁeld (think Teddy Roosevelt, Ansel Adams and Leon L. Bean). Continue the tradition at home or by the ﬁre with our high-gloss, milk-white mugs and plates. Austrian-artisan crafted since the 1920s, each piece is hand-ﬁnished in porcelain enamel over steel. Bought once for a lifetime’s use. Safe for stovetop, ﬁre, oven and dishwasher.