Staub Just Released 3 Vintage-Inspired Cookware Pieces — And They’re Already on Sale

updated Sep 16, 2020
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Anyone who’s ever scoured a flea market or antique store looking for the perfect piece of vintage cookware knows the feeling of leaving empty-handed. One moment you stumble upon a saucepan with a gorgeous patina, only to discover it’s missing its lid, or spot a Dutch oven with just a few too many chips in the enamel. The good news? Staub just released three pieces of vintage cookware to satisfy even the most frustrated antique shopper! Inspired by some of Staub’s earliest cookware styles, the 9.5– and 11-inch skillets and 2-quart saucepan feature black enamel cast iron and gorgeous beechwood handles. And, best of all, unlike dusty garage sale finds, they arrive pristine and ready to use.

Currently, the collection is being offered exclusively at Sur La Table, and the pieces are already up to 40 percent off, making this a great time to bring them home at a serious discount. And as a bonus Sur La Table is also offering super deals on tons of iconic Staub pieces like this festive pumpkin cocotte and this versatile grill pan — both of which are over 50 percent off right now! Browse the Staub Vintage Collection below, and be sure to check out the complete Staub sale here.

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Sur La Table
was $300.00

Staub smartly included two skillets in their vintage collection, and this 11-inch style comes with a tight-fitting lid for added versatility. The textured enamel cooking surface provides superior browning on seafood and steaks, and since it comes pre-seasoned, it has nonstick properties that would make for easy prep of pancakes or fritters. The transparent glass lid allows you to monitor your recipes, whether you’re making a stovetop braise or steamed veggies. At 40 percent off, this is an excellent deal on a timeless piece of cookware you’ll have for years.

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Sur La Table
was $286.00

Staub’s 2-quart saucepan is a super-versatile piece for everyday cooking, whether you’re boiling eggs or reheating soup. The glass lid ensures steam and heat are trapped for even, consistent cooking of grains like rice and oatmeal, and since the saucepan is made from Staub’s heavy cast iron, it heats and cooks evenly to prevent scorching. The vintage design is attractive enough to bring to the table, and since it has a pour spout, can be used for serving or easily transferring food to containers for storage.

3 / 3
Sur La Table
was $243.00

Like its larger 11-inch counterpart, this 9.5-inch skillet from Staub’s vintage collection is ideal for searing or browning everything from grilled cheese sandwiches to chicken breasts. Since it doesn’t have a lid, it can be stored on its own from a hook using the built-in hole at the end of its beechwood handle. And the skillet’s gorgeous helper handle makes it easy to carry to a sideboard or table if you want to serve from it.