French-made enameled pot "CHASSEUR" comes in a fresh limited edition color inspired by the azure sea
CHASSEUR, the French-made enameled pots and pans, will release three types of enameled pots and pans inspired by the sea surrounding the island of Bora Bora in Tahiti, a paradise in the South Pacific.
CHASSEUR, a French cast-iron enamel brand, released three products in the "BORABORA" series on July 21 in limited summer colors.
The color of the sea that seems to suck you in (Source: CHASSEUR official website)
The BORABORA series is a limited edition of colors inspired by the azure waters surrounding the island of Bora Bora in the South Pacific paradise of Tahiti. The delicate hues of the natural world are expressed using a special coloring technique and gradation.
The product lineup includes the Round Casserole (20cm) (25,920 yen), Oval Casserole (25cm) (27,000 yen), and Sauce Pan (18,360 yen). Available at department stores and through mail order.
(Left) Round casserole, (Right) Oval casserole (Source: CHASSEUR official website)
Saucepan (Source: CHASSEUR official website)
The product was also released in Japan in 2008, and is being re-released to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the founding of INVICTA, the manufacturer of the product.
Prices include tax.