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The lightweight pan is made from aluminium which allows heat to spread quickly and makes it easy to regulate, but what really attracted us to this was the outside design. The pan has been given a bright blue finish and decorated with a graphic floral design that is reminiscent of classic Scandinavian designers of the past such as Cathrineholm. It being an Ikea product, it is cheap too – just £4.99. Hopefully a full set of pots and pans will follow shortly.
Find out if your nearest Ikea has it in stock through the Ikea website.
Both beautiful and useful these Riess Enamel Pans will add a pop of retro colour and style to any kitchen.
The pans come in a choice of three delicious ice-cream colours which contrast with a cream lip and interior. They are manufactured from enamel on steel and have long handles with a hole for hanging – these beauties should be out on display, not stuffed in a cupboard!
The Riess Factory in Austria has been producing enamelware for over two hundred years and is a fantastic model for sustainable industry. It's powered by it's own hydro-electric plants and also recycles as much waste as possible, from steel offcuts to enamel paints.
The pans cost from £18-£20 each and are available from Objects of Use