Pot bellied casserole
A red and cream, or indigo and white enamel lidded casseroles with an 18cm internal diameter. 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 hobs. 2.8l capacity.