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Riess Enamel Accessories at Ancient Industries

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Riess Enamel Accessories at Ancient Industries

April 12, 2012

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.

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Above: Riess enamel pans in a kitchen by London designer Amanda Lambert.

700 blue enamel measuring cup

Above: The Palest Blue Measuring Jug is made of light enamel coated steel; $42.

700 01pink enamel cup

Above: The Pink Porridge Pot is perfect for a single serving of porridge; $40.

700 01 green enamel cup

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.

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