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Emile Henry

Still located in Burgundy, France, where the company was founded in 1850, Emile Henry produces some of the world's finest ceramic cookware. Each piece in this collection is made with Burgundy clay, renowned for its even heat distribution and superior heat retention. Emile Henry pieces have excellent resistance to thermal shock, meaning they can go directly from the freezer to the oven without damage. [1]