Posted By: LeJeanne Cassell Thursday, 26 December 2002, at 8:00 a.m.
I was recently given a box of old enamel cookware in which I found a wonderful old pot that my mother always called a 'bean pot'. It has rounded edges, a lid, and a metal carrying handle attached on each side. The problem is there has apparently been something burned in the pot at some time which has caused the enamel to come off at the same spot both inside and outside of the bottom. There does not seem to be a hole completely through the metal. I was wondering if anyone knew if there is someone who could fix this pot so that I could use it without worrying about the rest of the enamel chipping away? I would be willing to have the entire pot re-glazed if that is what it takes, depending on the cost. Any help or information would be appreciated.