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These porcelain enamel mixing bowls are American-made + the heaviest duty enamelware we've found! Not hindered by their fashionable appearance, they are constructed from steel, ensuring years of service. Each bowl is the same height making for simple storage + a clean, pleasing aesthetic. This set includes 5 different sizes — one for almost any job! Color is delphite blue outside + inside; black edge rim. Sold as a set of 5.

Porcelain Enamel Mixing Bowl s/5 Porcelain Enamel Mixing Bowl s/5

Bowl 1
11 ½" D x 4 ½" H

Bowl 2
10 ¼" D x 4 ⅓" H

Bowl 3
8 ½" D x 4 ¼" H

Bowl 4
7" D x 4 ¼" H

Bowl 5
5 ½" D x 4 ¼" H

Manufactured in the USA.
Porcelain enamel is a durable cookware.
Dishwasher safe. Please avoid harsh detergents + avoid crowding. Hand washing will better protect the color over years of use.
Porcelain enamel is oven-safe up to 450ᵒ F.

This product has been tested by a third party test lab + received a passing result for:
1. US. FDA CPG 545.450 + CPG 545.400, Extractable Lead + Cadmium Content
2. California Proposition 65, Tableware + Safety Program, Leachable Lead + Cadmium
3. FDA 21 CFR 175.300, Resinous + Polymeric Coatings

Barn Light Electric Co.
Handcrafted + manufactured in Titusville, Florida

With a passion for vintage light fixtures, Bryan + Donna Scott began Barn Light Electric when the high-quality materials + craftsmanship of early 20th century lighting began fading away. The couple decided to make their own line of barn lighting the old-fashioned way using only the highest quality, commercial grade materials.
In 2012, the Scotts launched their own porcelain enamel manufacturing operation. Once a staple of the lighting industry, porcelain enamel lighting had not been manufactured in America for more than 50 years. Metal artisans use a lathe to spin products by hand in the time-honored tradition of metal spinning. After the products are crafted, two layers of porcelain enamel glass are hand applied + then baked in a porcelain oven where temperatures reach 1,600ᵒ to seal the porcelain enamel. The result is a durable, high-gloss finish that never fades or corrodes + is fit for a lifetime of use.