Staub Just Released 3 Vintage-Inspired Cookware Pieces — And They’re Already on Sale

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Anyone who’s ever scoured a flea market or antique store looking for the perfect piece of vintage cookware knows the feeling of leaving empty-handed. One moment you stumble upon a saucepan with a gorgeous patina, only to discover it’s missing its lid, or spot a Dutch oven with just a few too many chips in the enamel. The good news? Staub just released three pieces of vintage cookware to satisfy even the most frustrated antique shopper! Inspired by some of Staub’s earliest cookware styles, the 9.5– and 11-inch skillets and 2-quart saucepan feature black enamel cast iron and gorgeous beechwood handles. And, best of all, unlike dusty garage sale finds, they arrive pristine and ready to use.

Vanessa Spilios

Contributor

Vanessa received her culinary training at Boston U. and has a background in housewares product development & marketing. When not testing appliances or developing recipes, she spends her time drawing and tending to her small but mighty porch garden.

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