April 3, 2022

“Dansk” for these wonderful pans!

The first time I saw a piece of Dansk Kobenstyle enamel cookware — while shopping at an antique mall – I was instantly drawn to the bright color and unique style of the handles.

Dansk was founded in 1954 by designer, Jens Quistgaard, and is rooted in mid-century Scandinavian design. He designed the Kobenstyle enamel cookware line which were both functional and visually attractive, and able to be brought from the kitchen to the table, with the lid serving as its own trivet

 It remains as modern today as it did when first introduced which speaks to the true beauty and functionality of all Dansk designs. They were designed to celebrate bold, colorful moments in everyday life.


So far, I have three vintage Dansk enamel pans and they work
 beautifully on my induction stovetop!



It's quite fun to be on the hunt for them as they are hard to find...
and they can also be rather pricey.


After 20 years of being out of production they are being produced again by Dansk
- in many beautiful colors and designs!



Although I find it to be much more fun finding the vintage versions.

Stay Cozy,


Carrie
 

9 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

I have heard of these, but never seen any. They look so fun, cheerful,and sturdy. What treasures! They also work as a great kitchen decoration.

acorn hollow said...

I love the color so bright and cheery in the kitchen. I have never found a vintage one. You are right they can be pricy. I have a couple of enamel Dutch ovens I use all the time but not the Dansk brand.
Cathy

Rita C at Panoply said...

Carrie, love those Dansk enamelware pieces you've found on the hunt (and love that you love vintage treasure hunting!). So happy you stopped by my blog. I love getting acquainted with new bloggers. Cozy cottage is the latest iteration of my style in our new home (3 homes in 3 yrs!).

Madeline's Album said...

I have never heard of these or seen any. They are just beautiful. Have a blessed day and a wonderful week.

Junkchiccottage said...

They are so pretty in their color. Great color and good cooking from them is wonderful. Happy Monday.

Billie Jo said...

Hello! They are beautiful! So colorful! I thought they sounded Danish! My daughter is married to a wonderful young man from Denmark. Have a cozy evening, my friend!

Linda said...

YOU are so beautiful!!!!

carrie@northwoods scrapbook said...

They are so beautiful. The design is amazing! And I agree- love the vintage finds the best. ;)

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

Oh, gosh! My mother had these! I believe she had yellow. I have no idea what happened to those because they weren’t among the many things I kept when I had to clear out her and dad‘s house. Not only do I love the bold colors, but I love the size, shape, and designs. Thanks for the walk down memory lane. Great post!

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