Made by coating iron with glass, enamel has exceptional heat-conducting properties, making it an ideal choice as a material for pots and pans. Enameled metalware is also characterized by its durability— it is less susceptible to tarnishing and discoloration than other materials. The smooth surface of enamel helps prevent scratches and keeps stains from sticking, resulting in effortless cleaning and care.
Created by Makoto Koizumi, a furniture designer known for monozukuri (making things), and crafted by skilled Japanese artisans, Kaico offers aesthetically-pleasing enamelware in stylish shapes. The contrast between the fresh white of the enamel and the natural look of the light-colored wood make the brand's simple yet modern designs brim with personality. Leaving behind the conventional notions of enamel as mere kitchenware, Kaico presents this highly functional material in a new light – as interior décor and lifestyle products.
• 8” W x 9" D x 4.5” H
• Steel with Enamel Coating
• Volume 88 fl oz
• Weight 3 lbs
• Hand Wash
• Gas, Electric and Induction Stove safe.
• Tokyo, Japan