All orders (including meat) placed between June 3rd and 10th will not be shipped until after the 10th due to our shipping facility relocation.

Product Care Instructions

Enamelware

Washing:
Wash your enamel pieces after each use with mild soap, lukewarm water and a gentle sponge if needed. Avoid rough sponges and brushes. We recommend you thoroughly dry your enamel pieces immediately after washing to avoid potential rusting that can occur underneath the rims of exposed steel and water stains that can come from air-drying your pieces.

Care:
Our enamelware is handcrafted from a steel base with a porcelain-infused coating that is fired in a kiln where it hardens to a smooth surface. Just like other ceramic dishes, the outer porcelain layer can chip if mishandled, revealing the steel beneath it. When this happens, the steel below naturally oxidizes and if the chip is on the outside of the piece, it remains safe to use. If the chip occurs inside the piece where food is consumed, it is no longer food safe.

Use:
Enamelware is dishwasher, stovetop, freezer and oven safe. Avoid the microwave.

Details:
Because our enamel is made by hand, colors may vary slightly from batch to batch and small discolorations and imperfections are common and welcomed. We love the unique character this gives to each individual piece.

Bread Bow Knife

Washing:
After each use, wipe the blade clean with a soft cloth. The blade is made of high carbon steel and will rust if left wet. If the blade needs to be washed, use lukewarm water and a gentle soap, drying immediately. Avoid the dishwasher.

Storage:
If the knife is going to sit for an extended period of time, coat it lightly with a food grade oil to prevent rusting.

Cast Iron

Washing:
Wash your cast iron pieces by hand after each use with lukewarm water, using steel wool to remove any food residue. Add a gentle soap if needed and do not allow to soak. Once dried by hand, place your cast iron pieces on the stovetop at low to medium heat and cook off all additional moisture. Once cooled, rub the pieces with a light layer of vegetable or canola oil, and remove any excess with a paper towel. Avoid harsh soaps and the dishwasher.

Uses:
Safe for the stove top, oven, grill and open fire use.

Copper Measuring Cups, Measuring Spoons & Drinking Cups

Washing:
Wash your copper pieces after each use with a mild soap and lukewarm water. Make sure to dry completely. Avoid the dishwasher and abrasive materials like steel wool or metal stirring utensils.

Polishing:
Lemon + Salt: If you notice tarnish on your copper pieces, cut a lemon in half and sprinkle it with salt. This combination creates a natural sponge. Gently scrub your copperware with the lemon, rubbing the surface and applying additional salt as needed until the tarnish is removed. Rinse afterwards with lukewarm water, being sure to dry thoroughly.

Copper Water Bottle

Washing:
Wash your copper pieces after each use with a mild soap and lukewarm water. Make sure to dry completely. Avoid the dishwasher and abrasive materials like steel wool or metal stirring utensils.

Polishing:
Lemon + Salt: If you notice tarnish on your copper pieces, cut a lemon in half and sprinkle it with salt. This combination creates a natural sponge. Gently scrub your copperware with the lemon, rubbing the surface and applying additional salt as needed until the tarnish is removed. Rinse afterwards with lukewarm water, being sure to dry thoroughly.

Use:
Copper Water Bottles are made to hold water only, we do not suggest using them with any other liquids, boiling water, or placing them in the freezer as this may damage or warp the material. The inside of the bottle will patina over time, this is a natural process of oxidation and shows that your bottle is working correctly. Dry your bottle completely before storing in a temperate place. Copper is a beautiful metal that will take on patina, dings and scratches over time adding to the character of your unique piece.

Wood Utensils

Washing:
Wash your wooden pieces after each use with a mild soap and lukewarm water. Dry them immediately with a soft cloth and do not allow them to soak. If the wood begins to appear dry, apply a thin layer of food grade mineral oil to restore the finish. Avoid the dishwasher.

Care:
We recommend avoiding extreme temperatures and high humidity to prevent cracks in the wood. Please note, all wooden products will have slight variations, adding character to your unique piece.