Red and cream, or bright white and indigo enamel saucepans with a slight spout. 14cm diameter and 0.7l; or 16cm and about 1.0l. Made in Olkusz, Poland, at a factory founded in 1907 by the Viennese industrialist Peter Westen and flourishing to this day, despite the vagaries of nationalisation, privatisation, two world wars, and a brief closure in 1914 after falling into Austrian hands. All Olkusz enamelware is triple coated onto a heavy steel base, is dishwasher safe, and suitable for use on induction, ceramic, and traditional hobs. By tradition pan sizes equal the diameter across the top and not of the base. This might seem a cheat to some (or perhaps not if you consider a wok) but after some consideration we thought it best to stick with standard practice.