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Although cast iron skillets and Dutch ovens were often used in the preparation of the food, it was a graniteware coffeepot you would see sitting on the fire each night as weary pioneers sat around talking and eating. Eventually, ovens and skillets had an enamel coating and were also considered to be graniteware. While all of this may be a memory from our childhood days of entertaining ourselves with black and white television, graniteware is far from just a memory. It is still popular today among collectors and widely used for utilitarian purposes in homes around the world.

Of course, enamelware existed long before the days of the covered wagon and weary pioneers. Enamelware has been around for centuries. The process is the result of the fusion of powdered glass to an object through the process of firing. Once fired, the powder melts and flows to harden as a smooth, durable vitreous coating for metal, glass or ceramics. Enamel was used in coating kitchenware because of its high tolerance to heat and cold, and could be applied to metals used in cooking – such as iron – to keep it from rusting.

Antique Graniteware Enamelware Teapot Coffeepot Unique Multicolored

Made and Registered in Czecho-slovakia

Rare and hard to find and in Great Condition

Has a couple of spots where the enamel has rubbed through as shown

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The enamel process was already well-known and popular in Germany during the 1800s.

Antique Graniteware Enamelware Multi Colored Coffeepot/Teapot Possibly End of Day


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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
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