Williams Sonoma Unveils Potter Bakeware Line From Emile Henry

    Emile Henry, Williams Sonoma, Potter Collection
    The new Emile Henry Potter Collection is now available at Williams Sonoma.

    Williams Sonoma has raised the curtain on a new assortment of vintage-style bakeware from Emile Henry.

    Items in the Potter Collection were designed with inspiration from artisanal ceramics that were made in France from local Burgundian clay.


    The line consists of a four-piece set that includes a loaf pan, pie dish, rectangular baker and square baker, which is priced at $249.95. Each piece is offered in white or Riviera and sold separately: rectangular baker ($89.95), loaf pan ($44.95), square baker ($59.95) and pie dish ($54.95). 

    According to Williams Sonoma, the clay in the Emile Henry bakeware absorbs, distributes and retains heat evenly to allow a variety of items including bread, pies, casseroles and roasts bake and brown evenly. 

    The durable hand-applied glaze will not chip, crack or craze over time, and will not absorb odors or flavors. Each piece made in France and safe for use in the microwave, oven, broiler, freezer and dishwasher.