Emile Henry Dinnerware
Emile Henry dinnerware is made in Marcigny, France using native Burgundy clay. All Emile Henry dinnerware is crafted of Ceradon - an exclusive ceramic developed by Emile Henry from the Burgundy clay. The Ceradon is treated with an extremely hard glaze that does not scratch and is shock and thermal resistant. Each piece of Emile Henry tableware can move directly from the freezer to the oven, withstanding temperature changes from 0 degrees F to over 500 degrees F without harm. Emile Henry ceradon withstands these great temperature changes, but it also retains heat or coolness, allowing you to serve hot and cold dishes and keep them at the desired temperature for longer periods of time than other tableware.
Emile Henry tableware is durable and functional. Whether you prefer a traditional every day style and coloring or a more hip urban style and hue, Emile Henry has it covered. Color collections include flour, burgundy, charcoal, oak and blue flame.
The Emile Henry collection of tableware features dinner plates, salad plates, side plates, mugs, espresso cups, pitchers, cereal bowls, pasta or soup bowls, platters, serving bowls, miniature bowls, Japanese-style bowls, salad bowls, lion's head soup bowls and gratinee bowls.