Denby to Launch Cookware

Enamel-coated cast iron cookwareEnamel-coated cast iron cookware

NEW YORK-Tabletop company Denby is moving into the cookware market with the launch of two collections at the New York Tabletop Show next month. 

This "major new initiative" for the company includes a premium collection of cast iron and a line of ceramic oven-to-tableware that possess characteristic Denby shapes and bold, striking colors.

The cast iron line features a vibrant and scratch-resistant enamel finish, while the oven-to-table collection coordinates well with Denby dinnerware, the company said. There are four colorways available in the two collections: black, turquoise, cherry and regal blue.

The Cast Iron range has six items, from a multi-purpose casserole to an omelette pan. The oven-to-table range includes seven pieces considered essential for everyday cooking.

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