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BRUNO x Fujihoro Enamel Pot (20cm) - Greige

BRUNO x Fujihoro Enamel Pot (20cm) - Greige

Regular price $115.00 SGD
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This summer, vintage aesthetic meets quality enamel - the result is lightweight and durable enamelware that are:

  1. Anti-bacterial,

  2. Acid/alkali resistant

  3. and stain-resistant

So you can be assured to use it for cooking and storing food safely~

Compatible with gas stove, IH cooking heater and many more*, you can use them daily in your kitchen or anywhere! 

Product Specifications

Material: Body: Steel plate for enamel (bottom thickness 1.0 mm) (surface-treated enamel), handle: natural wood

Suitable for use with: Gas Stove and Induction Cooker. Use with Low and Medium heat

Manufactured in: Japan Enamel made in Thailand


Size: W290 x D205 x H140mm~

Capacity: 3 litre~

Weight: 1.3 kg~

Care & Precautions

NOT Microwave safe, NOT Dishwasher safe.

Only use with wooden and silicone cookware. Only clean when cooled and with a soft sponge and dishwashing liquid. Do not use abrasive materials. The coating may be damaged if an impact is applied. Some with handles and handles attached have holes inside to allow water and air to escape. In addition, the metal substrate may show through and appear as black dots or black lines on the inside of the winding edge, the handle, and the inside of the handle. These are normal, please be assured to continue using them.

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  • Clean & Simple design

    Available in neutral Griege and fresh Blue Green, the Enamel Pot (20cm) holds about 3 litres, just right for a small family of 2-3 pax~ 

  • Compatible with multiple heat sources

    Perfect for stews, casseroles and even bakes as you can put the entire pot into the oven! (without the lid)

  • Cook with ease

    The two handles and wooden knob makes cooking easier as you can hold on to it comfortably.

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About Enamel

Since the glaze is applied by hand, there will be some individual differences in product. Due to the nature of enamel, some parts may look like black spots or uneven colour when firing. The part that becomes the cut end of the steel sheet is hard to be glazed, and some black streaks on the base can be seen, but the black part is also enamel processed. These are inevitable in the manufacture of enamel and are ubiquitous in all products. Please be sure to read the instruction manual that accompanies the product before use. For the examples listed, it is not a defect and there is no problem in using it, so please use it with confidence.