Falcon Enamelware

2 Pint Jug

$54
Color: Pigeon Grey
Quantity:

Only 3 pieces in stock!

Falcon Enamelware's 2 pint jug is a great addition to a tabletop spread, useful for pouring sauces and drinks at your next gathering!

  • Material  |  Steel & Porcelain
  • Size  |  
  • Care + Use  |  Oven safe, freezer safe, dishwasher safe 
  • Designed in London, Made in China using vintage British tooling

Why We Chose Them  |  Enamelware is durable and versatile, making it a sustainable tableware option for indoor and outdoor use. Although it may chip overtime, it is unlikely to break and will therefore last a lifetime or longer with proper care. We are all for things that are keeping plastics out of our environment and garbage from our landfills. We also love the nostalgic style of their pieces, and how its character grows with use. Having a piece on your boat or in your camp kit means it will carry with it the adventures you have taken it on. Plus, they make the best baking trays!

Falcon enamelware oven safe

OVEN-SAFE UP TO 530F / 270C

falcon not microwave safe

NOT FOR MICROWAVES

falcon freezer safe

FREEZER-SAFE

falcon dishwasher safe

DISHWASHER-SAFE

gas and electric stove safe

SUITABLE FOR GAS + ELECTRIC

falcon PFTE PFOA chemical free

PTFE + PFOA FREE

 

How to clean Enamelware

Lemon juice can remove stains from Falcon enamelware products, like tea stains on mugs. Soak your enamelware in warm soapy water to remove baked on food. Do not use abrasive sponges or brushes as it could scratch the surface. Greasing your pans before cooking will also help avoid food sticking.

Chipped enamelware

Just like any other ceramic, the outer porcelain layer can chip if dropped. This may reveal the steel layer inside. When this happens the steel below naturally oxidises and the enamelware is still safe to use. Plus, in our opinion, it gains a little more character!

Using Falcon Enamelware camping

At SALT, we love using enamelware to cook when camping. We place the bakeware on a grill grate over a campfire and let the fire do it's thing! You will be left with soot on the exterior of your enamelware but it can be washed off with warm soapy water.