Our porcelain enamel ladles are an everyday handy utensil in our kitchen that we use for soups, stews, and other dishes. We appreciate their flavor-neutral material and their ability to resist stains from foods like tomato-based sauces or red wine-infused stews Thanks to their hanging loop, they can also be hung on a utensil bar though ours are kept at easy reach in antique crocks we use as utensil caddies.
Three available sizes.
Ideally suited for safe prep
Enamel prevents bacteria growth and is resistant to fruit acid, so it is ideally suited to the kitchen. Enamel is made from iron fused with glass at high temperatures. The non-porous, smooth, cut, and scratch-resistant glass surface guarantees perfect hygiene. Enamel dishes are recommended for those allergic to nickel.
Perforated round skimmer made from enamel
Handle with a hook so that it can be easily hung
Cut and scratch-resistant
Prevents bacteria growth and is flavor-neutral
Easy to clean
Small - 2.75 in Ø
Medium - 3.15 in Ø
Care: Dishwasher safe. Handwashing is preferred to preserve the enamel's radiant shine.
This maker is a family-owned pan-forge business that has been in the same family for nine generations. Founded in the 1500s in Austria, today it is known for its top-quality enamelware, made in its carbon-neutral facility using locally-generated hydropower.
Each enameled item is made using a 40-step handmade process. Iron is pressed and stamped, dipped in porcelain enamel, dried, and fired at 1562°F/850°C to be glass-fused. The result is an heirloom quality, long-lasting product: heat resistant up to 842°F/450°C, non-reactive, anti-bacterial, and cut and scratch resistant.
Rest assured each porcelain enamel is all-natural, including the metal oxides used in the dyes. Each item is fully metal-recyclable.