Staub may be a French classic, but there’s something decidedly Japanese about the sleek silhouette and stainless steel handle of this cast iron teapot. Plus, note the pretty grey-and-brass coloring.
The French Alsatian tradition of fine food and even better ceramics inspired Francis Staub to create a superior cooking pot in 1974. The enameled cast iron cookware is perfect for slow-cooked comfort food and one-pot dishes. Staub is a mainstay of the French kitchen cabinet, entrusted with the secrets of family recipes and the innovations of master chefs for generations.