- Location: New Castle, Delaware and online
- Website: emilehenryusa.com
- Founded: 1850
- Founded by: Jacques Henry
- Headquarters: Burgundy, France
- Sister stores: Cuisipro, Rosle, Mauviel
Originally founded by Jacques Henry of Burgundy, the company was passed down through generations of family members and is now owned by the fifth generation Jacques Henry, who took over in 1983.
Their main factory is still headquartered in Burgundy, and their products are still made with Burgundy clay. They say it has "superior heat retention" thanks to a combination of "mineral-rich limestone soils" and their proprietary manufacturing process, which involves a very hard scratch-resistant glaze.
Emile Henry makes casserole dishes, pie dishes, tagines, ramekins, and stew pots that go from freezer to oven to table. Almost everything comes with a ten-year warranty, except for the seconds in the discount bin, which get a three-year warranty.
In addition to the US retail website and online outlet, there's a brick and mortar factory outlet in New Castle, Delaware — it's only open to the public when they have warehouse sales (the next one is scheduled for December 10th and 11th, 2010).
Here are a mix of factory discounts and regularly priced items currently available:
- Pitchers in Figue, Slate, Pink, Nougat, Sand, and Sky, $45
- Flame Top Round Dutch Oven, $230
- Kitchen Bowl in Vert, $50
- Mixing Bowl Set in Cerise, $100
- Stackable Ramekin Set in Azur, $32
- Utensil Holder in Citron, $27
- Flame Top Tagine in Red, $125
- Dinnerware, Set of 4 in Citron, $82
- Lion's Head Soup Bowl in Vert, $23
- Oil Cruet in Sand, $36
- Factory Outlet - Flame Top Round Stewpot in Figue, marked down to $173 from $230
- Factory Outlet - Flame Top Tagine in Azur, marked down to $94 from $125
- Factory Outlet - Japanese Cup in Cerise, marked down to $6 from $8
- Factory Outlet - Salad Plate in Black, marked down to $10 from $20
- Factory Outlet - Loaf Dish in Citron, marked down to $27 from $36