Black clay Chamba cookware is well-known all the way through Colombia and is used in restaurants and homes for preparing and serving traditional dishes Its origins will also be traced back no less than 700 years to vases and pitchers found in pre-Columbian archaeological sites. It is still made in the traditional manner, by families in the village of La Chamba, on the banks of the Magdalena River in Central Colombia. Each and every piece is hand-crafted the usage of local clays, burnished by hand and fired on-site. The painstaking process and natural materials give the dishes an authentic, distinctive and elegant look. Chamba cookware heats flippantly and is renowned for retaining heat.
Timeless Chamba cookware is handmade in Colombia from clay that accommodates mica which allows it to resist heat.
All-natural and unglazed, it accommodates no toxins.
Chamba can be utilized in the oven and microwave–even on the stovetop and grill!
Chamba cleans up easily and will have to not be put in the dishwasher.
Because Chamba Cookware is made by hand, dimensions are approximate; actual sizes may vary.