One of our favorite online sources for classic kitchenware is Ancient Industries, curated by book cover designer Megan Wilson.
Among her wares: a selection of enameled pieces from Riess, a family-owned company that has been manufacturing enamelware for over 200 years in the hillside town of Ybbsitz, Austria. Each piece in the pastel range is made from a single sheet of steel, fired with four layers of enamel.
Above: Riess enamel pans in a kitchen by London designer Amanda Lambert.
Above: The Palest Blue Measuring Jug is made of light enamel coated steel; $42.
Above: The Pink Porridge Pot is perfect for a single serving of porridge; $40.
Above: The enamel on the Green Milk Pot evenly distributes heat for the perfectly warmed milk; $42.
N.B.: This post in an update; the original post ran on June, 1 2010.