White Enamel Butter Warmer

Article number: P-2139
Availability: In stock (2)

There is literally nothing that isn't better with melted butter. This long-handled enamel pot (with its sweet little pouring spout) seriously ups the ante on artichokes, lobster, hot buttered rums, and pancakes. Also wonderful for heating up milk, sauces, single servings of soup, for reducing liquids or rendering ghee, and (the cherry on top) warming maple syrup. Suitable for all heat sources, including induction ranges.

Enamelware is metal-not ceramic, so don't put it in the microwave!-made from steel fused with melted glass and fired at exceptionally high temperatures to achieve its signature glossy-hard finish. : Enamelware is metal-not ceramic, so don't put it in the microwave!-made from steel fused with melted glass and fired at exceptionally high temperatures to achieve its signature glossy-hard finish.
This process makes it easy to clean, rust-averse, safe to use in the oven, dishwasher, or freezer, and long lasting. There's a reason your grandmother still has hers. : This process makes it easy to clean, rust-averse, safe to use in the oven, dishwasher, or freezer, and long lasting. There's a reason your grandmother still has hers.
Like many centuries-old techniques, the hand-dipped coating + hand-painted details can present subtle variations in each piece. We think they're charming, and, never fear, these "imperfections" won't affect use.: Like many centuries-old techniques, the hand-dipped coating + hand-painted details can present subtle variations in each piece. We think they're charming, and, never fear, these "imperfections" won't affect use.
Take Care: While it can withstand extreme temperatures and a host of other abuses (looking at you: camping with children) enamel's kryptonite is its vitreous coating. Don't bang it with a spoon or drop it like it's hot (even if it's hot!) or it can chip.: Take Care: While it can withstand extreme temperatures and a host of other abuses (looking at you: camping with children) enamel's kryptonite is its vitreous coating. Don't bang it with a spoon or drop it like it's hot (even if it's hot!) or it can chip.
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