enamelware

[ih-nam-uhl-wair]
noun
metalware, as cooking utensils, covered with an enamel surface.

Origin:
1900–05; enamel + ware1

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Enamelware food equipment usually comes in the forms of cups, plates, kettles and pots.
Enamels making baked enamelware sometimes had to use powdered glaze that got into their lungs.
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