The 4" Blush Swirl Square Dish.
The Bornn Collection enamelware from Crow Canyon is co-created and designed in Turkey by sisters Basak Onay and Oyku Thurston. These handmade pieces are made by fusing porcelain onto heavy gauge steel. This traditional marbling technique emerged in Anatolia and dates back to the 15th century. Contrasting colors and patterns create a surprising composition and part of its appeal is that each design is unique. Coincidence and the hand of the artisan play a strong role in the creation of each pattern and the collection balances on the border between art, craft and design.
Care & Use
How to Use Enamelware
Enamelware is fired at 1700F when it’s made, so their pieces are always safe to use in the oven or on the stove, grill or campfire.
If your enamelware is left empty on a hot burner or oven, switch off the heat and allow the items to cool slightly before adding liquid.
Remember, enamelware can get very hot or cold to the touch like other metallic-based cookware, so remember to use an oven mitt and / or trivet to protect your hands and surfaces.
Protect your enamelware by drying it thoroughly after each washing or use.
Crow Canyon’s long-lasting enamelware is thoughtfully designed for life. And second-lives. Each eco-friendly piece is made from porcelain-covered steel that’s lightweight, durable, naturally non-stick and easy to clean without plastic coating. Their enamelware is strong enough to take the heat, so it can go from oven-to-table or campfire-to-bench. And because it’s shatterproof, it’s ideal for kids and cookouts and pretty much anything.
Since 1977, business has been personal for Crow Canyon – and they plan on keeping it that way. Owner Cara Barde, working alongside her own family at our Northern California small business, is focused on creating stylish, versatile and eco-friendly enamelware that connects generations.