Emile Henry Pie Dishes
Pie is truly and American invention, so, it is ironic that a Frenchman, Jacques Henry, was granted a United States Patent for an American Pie shape. This Emile Henry design lends the traditional American pie a uniquely rural, French perspective. The pie plate from Emile Henry design features delightfully scalloped edges, bringing to mind the edge created when pie dough is fluted by hand. The Emile Henry pie dish, like all Emile Henry oven-to-table-ware, is a natural product handcrafted from Burgundy clay, highly resistant to breakage, can go directly from the freezer to the oven, and will not craze or discolor.
About Emile Henry
Emile Henry (Ehm-meal Ahn-ree) 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 has established a worldwide reputation for manufacturing the ﬁnest quality ceramic ovenware, gourmet cooking products, and bakeware products. Still owned and operated by the Henry family, the company today manufactures all of their new cooking products from Burgundy clay using their proprietary High Resistance Oven Ceramic state-of-the-art manufacturing process. All Emile Henry products are made in France and offer a ten years guarantee.