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1824 Elm Street next to Historic Findlay Market
Cincinnati, OH

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Bakeware at Artichoke...
Here are some examples of what you’ll find in our bakeware collections. Scroll down for more unique products...


Nordic Ware made in USA

Nordic Ware was founded in 1946 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Their product line originated with specialty Scandinavian ethnic cookware products and has evolved to include Bundt® pans and a complete line of bakeware.

Nordic Ware made in USA

Nordic Ware made in USA

Without doubt, Nordic Ware's most famous item is the Bundt® pan, which rose to worldwide fame when it was used to bake a prize-winning cake in a national baking contest. The pan has become a staple in kitchens around the world and a tradition of American baking.

Nordic Ware is still family-owned and operated and manufactures the vast majority of its products in Minneapolis. Its original line of Scandinavian products has been enhanced with hundreds of other items in Nordic Ware’s product offering, ranging from bakeware and cookware to microwave products and grilling accessories.

Mason Cash from England

Mason Cash has been making fine pottery mixing bowls and baking accessories going back to 1800. Downton Abbey fans will note that the Original Cane bowls appear in Mrs. Patmore's kitchen...and they can appear in yours too! 

Mason Cash Mixing Bowls

Bakeware: MasonCash Original Cane (960x630)

The design of the Mason Cash mixing bowl has endured the test of time to become something of a design classic. While the bowl has been in use since 1901, it is still practical for today’s kitchen, whether professional or in the home.

The newest line from Mason Cash is the Color Mix Series. The brightly coloured size 12 bowls retain the charm of Mason Cash classics whilst bringing a bright, vibrant palette to any kitchen. All are chip resistant, dishwasher and freezer safe.

Bakeware: Mason Cash Color Mix

Emile Henry from France

Emile Henry is a family-owned French ceramics company that began in 1848 with Jacque Henry in Marcigny, a village in his native Burgundy. In 1982, as a tribute to his grandfather, Jacques Henry changed the name of the company to Emile Henry, to honor the passion handed down from generation to generation.

Emile Henry Bakeware

Emile Henry Pie Dish

In 1911, Paul Henry, son of the company’s founder, designed the ruffled pie dish that has since become a symbol of Emile Henry. New products have been continually added, including a new line for bread and pastry baking. Jacque’s son, Jean-Baptiste designed the Bread Cloche, which has rapidly become another icon piece. Innovative in its simplicity, it uses the same technique as a traditional bread oven to bake delicious loaves. Pictured is the Tarte Tatin set, which allows you to bake this traditional French dessert to perfection.

Bakeware: Emile Henry (960x630)


USA Pan 

To this day, three generations of the Bundy Family have owned and operated the business out of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area. Along with family values like trust, reliability, and integrity running deep within their company’s core is a commitment to keeping manufacturing jobs with hard-working Americans. 

USA Pans Bakeware

Bakeware: USA Pan Set (960x630)

USA Pan has been supplying bakeware that commercial bakeries and baking professionals have trusted for over 50 years. USA Pan is professional grade bakeware that is used by bakers to achieve professional grade results.

USA Pan has perfected the nonstick coating process so our customers can trust that their cookies, muffins, pies, and cakes will not be ruined by sticking to the pan. Their bakeware is warp resistant, heavy-duty, and reliable. They are designed to be your best friend in the kitchen. USA Pan products are very easy to clean and have a unique fluted surface for added strength and to facilitate even baking and heat distribution.

Come see the quality of these US made pans for yourself.