Riess, a 400-year-old family-owned Austrian company, has specialized in porcelain enameled cookware for more than 80 years. The company's new stackable Aromapots line, designed by Vienna-based design company Dottings, is oven and stovetop-safe and feature a lid that doubles as a serving trivet (it was included in Monocle magazine's recent 50 Things to Improve Your Life issue). The pots are available in several different sizes (a steamer is also available) in pure white, silent blue, light gray, dark aubergine, and slow green.
Above: The Aromapot lid can be used as a trivet. For more information on the Aromapot, see Riess True Homeware for more information.
Above: The interiors are white enamel.
Above: A pure white casserole with a light gray steamer insert.
Above: Slow green casserole with light gray steamer.
Above: Designed by Viennese Industrial designers Dottings, the Aromapots can be stacked neatly for efficient storage. N.B. For efficient stackable food storage by Riess, see Kitchen Management Enamelware.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on September 7, 2011.