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Beguilingly Neutral Enamelware from Jenni Kayne and Crow Canyon

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Beguilingly Neutral Enamelware from Jenni Kayne and Crow Canyon

August 1, 2022

Not so long ago, it was hard to source sets of enameled tableware other than from vintage dealers and a few small European brands. As of this summer, contemporary takes on the classic picnic and camping ware—lightweight, durable, and nostalgic—are everywhere. And there’s a lot to like.

Much of the new enamelware is bright and festive; see, for instance the Colorama collection from Bornn and Utilitario Mexicano’s Mexican-made line. But for year-round indoor use, we’re drawn to the neutral tones of Jenni Kayne’s under-the-radar collection. It shades-of-clay palette lend the forms a pleasing simplicity that calls to mind Dutch still-life paintings: The Girl With a Pearl Earring might set her table with these plates and bowls.

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Above: Jenni Kayne Home’s Picnic collection is made by American heritage brand Crow Canyon, which has impressively expanded its offerings of late. The pieces are made in Turkey in a factory that, Crow Canyon reports, “meets the highest standards, safety, and fair labor” and is audited by SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit).
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Above: Picnic Cereal Bowls, left, are $20 each and Picnic Serving Bowls, right, are $65. Picnic Plates come in salad and dinners sizes, $20 and $25.
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Above: Most pieces are available in Mushroom and Cream colors. The large Picnic Serving Bowl, left, is $65, and the slightly smaller Picnic Serving Bowl, right, is $55.
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Above: A 12-inch Picnic Serving Platter is $45.

Go to Object of Desire to see a two-toned line of enamelware that we love.

And for summery tabletop ideas, take a look at:

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