Collection: Riess Enamelware

Since 1922, Reiss have specialised in manufacturing top quality enamelware in Ybbsitz in the Lower Austrian Mostviertel region and thanks to their own hydropower it is CO2 neutral.

Porcelain enamel is iron that has been fused with siliceous glass at a temperature of 850°C. The firing process gives the pieces their wonderful, bright colours as well the hard, non-porous, scratch and cut-resistant surface.

An enamel pan is not only the first choice for anyone with a nickel allergy, but also the greenest way of cooking. Exclusively natural minerals, such as iron, quartz, clay, feldspar, borax, soda and potash as well as very small amounts of metal oxides are used in its manufacture. There are no artificial elements, meaning that porcelain enamel is 100% recyclable as scrap metal.