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Royal Blue Enamelware

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Royal Blue porcelain enamel cookware, the most popular color, covered with those famous white "granny speckles."
  • Wipe-clean porcelain coated steel
  • Weather resistant
  • Won't fire-blacken or stain
  • Part of graniteware's charm is that pieces don't always match perfectly
  • Dimensions are approximate
  • Imported
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ROYAL BLUE ENAMELWARE DESCRIPTION
  • (A) Twelve 8 oz cups (96 fl oz), 8-1/2"H, 7"OD
  • (B) Four 8 oz cups (32 fl oz), 6-1/2"H, 5" OD
  • (C) Two 8 oz cups (16 fl oz), 5"H, 4"OD
  • (D) 1 quart, 4-1/4"H, 5-1/2"OD
  • (E) 12 ounce, 3-1/4"H, 3-1/2"OD
  • (F) 12-1/2"OD
  • (G)10-1/4"OD
  • (H) 8-3/4"OD
  • (I) 1-1/4"D, 7-3/4"OD
  • (J) 5 quart, 5-5/8"H, 10-3/4"OD
  • (K) 1 quart, 2-3/4"H, 7-3/4"OD
  • (L) 1-1/8"D, 8-5/8"OD
  • (M) 3 quart, 5"D, 8"OD
  • (N) plastic bottom, 4"H, 2-7/8"OD
  • (O) plastic bottom, 4"H, 2-7/8"OD
  • (P) 12"L
  • (Q) 6"L
  • (R) 2 qt, 9"H, 1 lb

Customer Reviews of Royal Blue Enamelware
Product Rating: 3.0 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 5/21/2012
said: Melodae
"This is the best cookware for cooking anything. It's easy to clean and distributes heat well without weighing a ton."
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- 5/12/2012
said: Maggie
"I love using these for dinner instead of melamine or ceramic/china, I originally purchased it for my daughter to use as a tea set but soon found myself pilfering the pieces. Steak knives can be used on it without damaging the finish or getting that annoying scraping that comes from cutting on ceramic/china. However - the enamel chips of the edges quite easily and the rolled edges are not tightened enough to it can be rather sharp, especially on the cups. Also the cups do get quite hot and are hard to hold when filled with hot liquid like coffee/tea/cocoa, even the handles will get too hot to hold. But I LOVE them and know I will buy more of it!"
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- 7/2/2012
said: Barbara
"My camp coffeepot wore out after many many years so I ordered the 8 cup pot in this Royal Blue Enamelware. What a terrible disappointment. The pot and basket are so flimsy I thought the top was coming off and the pedestal did bend when I first washed it. The pot never would have stood up to years of coffee brewing. Very inferior manufacture."
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