There’s something oh-so rustic and charismatic about enamel…
It awakens images of campfires and outdoor picnics, country kitchens and
dawn fishing trips. For some, Girl Guides and Scouts camps sound like
the ringing of enamel cups as they’re scrubbed after breakfast, lunch
Enamel is distinct – especially if it’s Falcon enamelware. Since the
1920s, Falcon has filled British homes and kitchens with its pure white
enamel bowls, tumblers and baking dishes, all with their tell-tale royal
blue rim. It looks the part, and it’s incredibly tough, as each piece
is made by fusing porcelain onto heavy-gauge steel. If you drop it, it
won’t break. It’s resistant to chemicals. You can put it in the oven,
and you can use it on gas and electric hobs.
With ninety years to their name, Falcon has decided to revitalise their
range by adding new colours and concepts to their timeless collection of
kitchenware. From tumblers to mixing bowls, Falcon’s got it made and
ready to work some retro charm on your kitchen.
Falcon enamelware…consider it vintage that never goes out of style!
Enamel Mixing Bowl Set features:
- Designed in England.
- Made from enamel – each piece is made by fusing porcelain onto heavy-gauge steel.
- Incredibly durable, with long-lasting colour if cared for correctly.
- Cannot burn, and resistant to chemicals.
- Nested design.
- Not recommended for use in the microwave.
- Oven safe up to 270ºC.
- Dishwasher safe.
Care & Cleaning:
- Small Mixing Bowl – 16cm (14cm internal).
- Medium Mixing Bowl – 22cm (20cm internal).
- Large Mixing Bowl – 26cm (24cm internal).
- It is not recommended that you scrub your Falcon enamelware with
abrasive materials. To remove burned-on stains and grease, use a
soup-filled scouring pad or sponge.
- Use sharp-edged metal objects with care around your Falcon enamelware, in order to prevent scratching.
- When cooking with your enamelware, do not allow it to boil dry. Doing so may damage the enamel surface.
- If enamelware is left empty on a hot burner or in a heated oven,
switch off the appliance and allow for the enamelware to cool before
- Enamel on steel is hard and strong, but like all good ceramic materials, it will chip if handled too roughly.