Splatter Pie Plate - Grey Marble

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Splatter 10 inch Pie Plate

The pie plate is an Americana classic. The hand painted splatter design brings a retro chic vibe and lets your love baked pies shine in the spotlight.

Please be aware: If your enamelware is left empty on a hot burner or oven, switch off the heat and allow the items to cool slightly before adding liquid.

Remember, enamelware can get very hot or cold to the touch like other metallic-based cookware, so remember to use an oven mitt and/or trivet to protect your hands and surfaces.


  • Capacity: 30 oz
  • Dimensions: 10 in x 10 in x 1.25 in
  • 10" diameter on the outside rim. The inside diameter is 9"; bottom diameter 7.25"
  • Material: Porcelain enamel on steel base.

Care Instructions & Enamelware Don'ts

  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Ok to use on oven, grill, stovetop, campfire 
  • Don’t use enamelware in the microwave.
  • Don’t use abrasive cleaners or hard water stain removers.
  • Protect your enamelware by drying it thoroughly after each washing or use.
  • Don’t use sharp edged metal utensils on your enamelware or it will scratch.
  • Don’t allow enamelware items to boil dry when using them on the stovetop as that may damage the enamel surface.

Important Information About Enamelware! Please Read:

Enamelware is a time honored and a time consuming process made by fusing glass onto heavy-gauge steel. Raw steel bodies are machine mulled or hand-formed, glazed and then kiln fired to create a smooth surface.

Enamelware is fired using a traditional kiln which creates very high firing temperatures. Depending on where an individual item is placed in the kiln, the degree impacts the color intensity of the product giving each design a unique beauty and a point of difference.

The patterns differ on each item showing the marks of its journey. These differences as something special that gives your products a unique character to be enjoyed over time.

During the production process of enamelware, products are hung for drying and firing under their rims; therefore, flash rust can appear in these areas, they can be easily removed with a damp cloth.

There are small holes to allow gas to escape on models with hollow handles. Here the air can escape during firing. The little bubbles are part of the enameling process.

There may be seams on the inside of the handle. Basic enamel leaks outwards slightly during firing, and a thin line appears. This is part of the enameling process. 

These are not considered defects.