Chamba Cookware

Sophisticated and practical, hand-crafted black clay La Chamba cookware from La Chamba, Colombia can move seamlessly between a microwave, stove, or oven, directly to your table top. The innate elegance and usability make black La Chamba cookware perfect for cooking and serving to everything in between; whether casseroles or cazuelas, roasting pans or dishes, these pieces are so versatile, they can be used in the oven, over flame, or in the microwave to reheat leftovers. Your guests will appreciate the simplicity and elegance of La Chamba cookware. The all-natural brand of dinnerware and cookware is traditionally handcrafted by families in the village of La Chamba, Colombia using local clay that is stone-smoothed by hand and fired on-site. La Chamba dinnerware is practical enough for everyday use, yet sophisticated enough for special occasions.

Use La Chamba cookware for creating and serving delicious homemade meals with our clay roasters, bean pots, and baking pans. Whether using a La Chamba soup pot for your family favorite stew, or an array of the bowls, plates, and dishes to serve guests the main course, the dramatic color of each piece makes for a stunning presentation. The functionality of Chamba earthenware makes them a must-have for holiday parties and special events.

Black clay La Chamba cookware and serving dishes are non-glazed and completely lead-free, making them the safe choice for any conscientious professional or home cook. The Colombian clay contains Mica, which gives Chamba the ability to heat evenly, while the clay’s porous nature allows slow evaporation of steam, keeping food fresh and delicious. Or perhaps you're looking for a unique gift idea for your favorite environmentally conscientious home chef. Our La Chamba gift sets include essential pieces that make a wonderful gift for any cook looking to start a collection or expand on their existing pieces. Whatever the occasion, La Chamba cookware is the perfect addition to any kitchen.


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