Falcon Enamelware Utensil Pot
Color: White with Blue rim
Falcon Enamelware Utensil Pot, ideal for containing our three utensils or a fresh bunch of flowers for your table.
The classic Falcon design, but manufactured from heavyweight steel and thicker enamel for extra durability. Gloss finish. Embossed branding at bottom. Porcelain enamel fused onto heavy-gauge steel. Dishwasher and oven safe up to 530°. Burn-resistant material.
Utensil Pot is 6.5" in height and have a diameter of 3.9" at the top and 4.7" at the bottom• Enamel and steel
About Falcon Enamelware
Falcon Enamelware has been an icon of British home life since the 1920s, and with good reason. The porcelain enamel coating is fused onto heavy-gauge steel to deliver enduring strength, smoothness, and chemical resistance. Plus, it's dishwasher-safe and oven-safe up to 530 degrees Fahrenheit. Not to mention that the classic design of ice white with a blue rim is casual elegance at its best.
Care & Use
-Dishwasher safe, soak in warm soapy water to remove baked on food, lemon juice can be used for stain removal.
-Avoid using abrasive sponges or brushes which may scratch the surface.
-Coating your pans in a light layer of oil before cooking can help with cleaning after use
Yes. Falcon is oven-safe up to 530F / 270C and can be used on gas and electric hobs.
Can I use Falcon Enamelware in the freezer?
Yes. Falcon is freezer safe, just allow the required time for defrosting before placing the product in the oven.
Can I use Falcon Enamelware in the microwave?
No, do not use any Falcon enamelware product in the microwave, because our products are made of glass fused onto heavy gauge steel it is not possible to use them to cook or re-heat any food in the microwave.
How can I clean my Falcon Enamelware?
Is it dishwasher safe?
Yes, all Falcon Enamelware is dishwasher safe.
If my enamelware chips can I still use it?
Yes. Just like any other ceramic, the outer porcelain layer can chip if dropped, revealing the steel beneath it. When this happens the steel below naturally oxidises and the enamelware remains safe to use. Plus, in our opinion, it gains a little more character.