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Rustic Cookware

  • $19.95
    Set a shipshape table with our nautical trivet, inspired by sailors knots and hand woven from ivory rope that is durable and heat resistant. Durable 100% cotton rope. Hand woven into a thick and rustic basketweave. Withstands heat from pots and casseroles straight from the stove.
  • $49.95
    The rustic charm of kitchen ceramics in an Emile Henry 1850s catalog provided the inspiration for the French company's Artisan series of bakeware. Each pie dish is shaped from Burgundian clay, which absorbs, distributes and retains heat evenly, so pies bake and brown to perfection. The dish's generous proportions and scalloped rim make it ideal for baking deep-dish fruit and savory pies that will be served at the table. Microwave, oven, dishwasher, freezer and broiler safe.
  • Sugg. Price: $49.95 Sale $39.97$39.99
    The rustic charm of kitchen ceramics in an Emile Henry 1850s catalog provided the inspiration for the French company's Artisan series of bakeware. Each pie dish is shaped from Burgundian clay, which absorbs, distributes and retains heat evenly, so pies bake and brown to perfection. The dish's generous proportions and scalloped rim make it ideal for baking deep-dish fruit and savory pies that will be served at the table.
  • Sugg. Price: $28 Sale $21.99
    Give home-baked breads an artisanal look by baking them in this commercial-quality pan. Inspired by the beautiful breads in European bakeries, it produces a perfect oval-shaped loaf, complete with slits in the top crust. Use the durable nonstick pan for baking everything from rustic wholegrain loaves to classic sourdough. An easy way to bake a European-style oval-shaped loaf of bread. Professional-quality stainless steel ensures even heating for uniform baking and browning.
  • $245
    In the late 1800s, the Tatin sisters, who ran an inn in France's Loire Valley, created an upside-down apple tart that still bears their name: tarte Tatin. This rich and rustic dessert turns out beautifully, with perfectly caramelized sugar and a glistening amber finish, when prepared in our classic French copper pan. It's crafted in France by Mauviel, a family-owned maker of fine copper cookware since 1830.