A stylish and practical addition to any modern kitchen, collectable cookware is a must have in every home. With a variety of items available, the collectable cookware range will be able to kit out your whole kitchen.
Different types of collectable cookware
French style vintage copper pots and pans are a popular choice for keen home cooks. This collectable cookware collection includes shallow sauté pans with lids and large, deep bottom pans. Aluminium cooking pans , egg poachers and coloured enamel pans are alternative practical options.
Mid century collectable cookware includes stylish designer enamel skillets or griddle pans . The wooden handled Nordic skillet is decorated with a retro style pattern.
A rustic cooking pot is an ideal for outdoor use. The heavy cast iron pot holds up to three gallons of liquid and has a swing handle for easy carrying.
For shabby chic kitchens, choose a stylish vintage enamel steamer pan. The double steamer was made in Poland and features a deep double handled cook pot and matching top steamer with a curved handled lid.
Collectable cookware casserole pans and baking and roasting dishes are perfect for combining ingredients. Many styles of vintage casseroles and roasters are made from durable enamel and are available in a variety of colours to complement your kitchen decor. Heavy duty cast iron options are also available.
Vintage and retro style collectable cookware for baking
Classic vintage mixing bowls are made from heavy ceramic and typically feature patterned sides and a coloured glaze interior.
Vintage brass preserve pans are typically used for making homemade jams and preserves.
Antique French baking tins make a stylish decorative feature in a modern kitchen. The rustic set of eight doughnut shaped mould tins are embellished with authentic aged markings and are ideal for display on a farmhouse style dresser.
Additional collectable cookware accessories for your kitchen
Once the meal is prepared, it's time to wash up. A farmhouse style vintage dish drainer provides a practical and functional solution. The original 1930s wooden handle drainer is made from coated metal and features a plate rack section and cutlery compartments.