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Nostalgia Now: New Kitchen Basics from Falconware

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Nostalgia Now: New Kitchen Basics from Falconware

Christine Chang Hanway November 26, 2014

For those with nostalgic leanings–and this time of year who doesn’t have them?–Falcon, UK purveyor of enamelware since 1920, has branched out into Fabricware, a line of kitchen linens designed to look right at home with the company’s classics.

Above: Falcon’s Fabricware collection–tea towels (shown here), aprons, and oven mitts–are produced by a small weaving mill in Lancashire, in the north of England. All are made of cotton and linen and are available in colors that match Falcon’s enamelware: Pigeon Blue, Pillar Box Red, and white with blue trim.

Above: The Falcon Fabricware Tea Towels are £15.99 ($25) each. The cotton-linen mix is highly absorbent and all products are machine washable.

Above: The Falcon Fabricware Apron is £36.99 ($58).

Above: A pair of Falcon Fabricware Oven Gloves is £24.99 ($40).

Above: White with blue trim is a classic Falcon color combination. 

We’re longstanding fans of Falcon’s enamelware. See Tabletop: Falcon Enamelware in the UK and Classic Enamelware for Outdoor Dining. And for a nutshell history of enamelware, plus some good sources, see Megan Wilson’s Object Lesson: The Pastel Enamel Pot.

Gardenista’s Recipes for Thanksgiving Cranberries would be perfect presented in some Falcon enamelware.

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