Praised for its utilitarian yet beautiful design, Falcon’s ice-white enamelware has been made since the 1920s, and has become an icon in British homes.
Operating since 1920, Falcon is the original enamelware brand developed by Joe Kleiner & Sons. Manufactured in the Black Country area near Birmingham, England, the characteristic ice-white cookware with blue rim has become an icon in British homes. The classic product line was recently extended to new colours and items, continuing the company’s tradition of manufacturing timeless kitchen goods with enduring strength.
Enamelling is a process of fusing porcelain powder onto heavy-gauge steel by firing. The powder melts and then hardens into a smooth and durable coating that does not burn and is chemical-resistant. Falcon’s enamelled goods are dishwasher-safe and can be used in the oven up to 270 °C, as well as on gas and electric hobs. Praised for its utilitarian yet beautiful design, Falcon enamelware is exported to over 50 countries around the world.