Popular in the 1930's
Hue Collection is revitalizing Porcelain Enamel topped furniture with its molten glass color richness.
Porcelain enamel is a remarkable material with a long history and reputation for durability and vibrant color fastness.
Unlike chemical dyes that synthetically create a color, porcelain is reflecting the color as nature created it. When you see the deep cobalt blue of a hue collection table you are seeing the mineral cobalt blue that only a natural mineral can reveal.
Vitreous porcelain enamel is a mixture of molten glass, clay, and pigment that is permanently bonded onto steel at very high kiln temperatures—1400 to 1500 degrees Fahrenheit—to form a one-of-a-kind glossy finish.