Tag Archives: cookware enamel
Did you know that Descoware made an ashtray? Weird, but true. They made lots of different pieces–here’s a few.
Since the product hasn’t been made in 40 years, it’s a pretty rare site to see something on paper about Descoware. Thankfully a couple of people have forwarded some really nifty stuff. Very special thanks to reader Candy, who compiled … Continue reading
This piece is just freaky looking to my well trained Descoware-at-the-thrift-store spotting eyes. Very unusual.
There are actually a couple of different types. Find a replacement when the threads wear out can be a chore.
This is the color that most people know as Descoware. In the gallery is a typical GREAT garage sale find. A couple in this set show the overused bottom. I’m looking into some enamelware repair process- if you have some … Continue reading
This is the stuff that originally hooked me. I inherited an oval roaster from my great-grandmother. In our family it was known as the magic yellow pot. We swore that she could cook bricks of salt in that pot and … Continue reading
I’m not clear about when the blue came into being… how about leave a comment if you know! Still looking for the Descoware bean pot in blue….