Reproduction Enamel - Vintage Enamelware
Purchasing vintage enamelware allows you to inject a retro look into your kitchen. Enamelware will bring to life those days long gone when kitchens were warm and cosy, classic and timeless.
Who doesn't remember the old enamel pots and pans in Grannies kitchen - or the flour canisters all stacked in a line?
Vintage and retro décor has experienced a huge revival of late and it's easy to see why. Anything that invokes feelings of nostalgia for the days when life was easier, simpler and less complicated has got to be a winner.
There are other similar, popular themes, such as rooster kitchen décor or sunflower kitchen décor. Modern living somehow isn't what everyone wants. Many want to turn back the clock or just create a warm, country style feel
Warm up your kitchen, make yours the kitchen that's more than just a place to cook, or eat. Turn it into the hub of your home, then envy of your family and friends ... with some of the most beautiful and classy kitchenware currently on the market.
On the whole, vintage enamelware is like taking a trip back in time.
Most pieces are beautifully reproduced and have an authentic look about them. What's great about this style of kitchenware is the fact that most are largely inexpensive.
With prices starting at around $6 or $7, you've a wide range to choose from that are more than just good value for money.
Enamelware is durable and will stand the test of time and retain its appeal providing you take good care of it.
The range of reproduction kitchen enamelware is pretty extensive:
- coffee pots
- ladles and other kitchen cutlery
- bread bins
- pots and pans
This particular type of kitchenware has been in use since the late 1800's. Mostly used for storage, they're possibly the first mass produced range of food storage containers.
As ever, they remain easy to clean - hot soapy water is all that's required to keep your kitchen items looking as good as they do on the date that you purchase them.
Treat yourself to a little bit of the past, and bring some classic vintage enamel wear to your country kitchen
Vintage Canister Set
Amazon have a vintage canister set or two to choose from, with the best selling item being the metal serving tray.
Designed by Emma Bridgewater, it's one from a collection of reproduction enamelware, the set being completed with the tea, coffee and sugar canisters.
Though produced with the classic enamelware appeal, they've got a little modern twist, by the way of quirky slogans that carries a fun message.
The whole set is relatively inexpensive and will bring an added contemporary touch to your kitchen counter-top.e
Enamelware kitchenware brings a real retro feel to any kitchen, particularly if vintage or country décor appeals to you.
The kitchenware featured to the right are all great examples of what good quality vintage pots and pans should look like - and they're all functional too.
Enamelware Pots And Pans
Enamelware pots and pans were as popular during yesteryear as they are today.
Incredibly robust yet lightweight and great heat conductors, enamel ware pans were to be found in many an American kitchen.
Besides being practical, enamel ware was cheaper and more attractive than other types of kitchenware - and much hasn't changed in the last 100 years or more.
There's a good selection of pots and pans available on Amazon, in particular the hugely popular Graniteware.
The Graniteware vintage range is hugely popular. It's a name that's been around for around six generations and the company tag-line is: generations of Americans have been cooking with Graniteware.
More often than not, a graniteware roasting pan or cooking pot could be found bubbling on stove tops, full of wonderful home cooked dishes, right through the 40's, 50's and 60's.
To date, this particular style of enamel ware remains one of the most sought after, due to its almost effortless ability to cook more efficiently.
Interestingly, the Graniteware roasting pot was once voted as the best buy pan for turkey and chicken roasts by Cooks Illustrated - therefore the range certainly carries a high endorsement.
An additional aspect of the collection is the fact that it's manufactured in the USA - and who doesn't love anything that's not only home grown, but all American too?
For those wanting something that's classically reproduced with a retro appeal, Graniteware will make a fantastic addition to any kitchen that has a rustic theme.