GLASS LID - 12"
GLASS LID - 12"
12" Borosilicate Domed Glass Lid
Pressed, oven-safe, glass lids were once as common as cast iron. Our grandparents all had them. But like cast iron, this technology has been replaced by cheaper and inferior products. Some glass lids currently available will not withstand high oven temperatures. Borosilicate will.
Borosilicate glass is oven glass—thick, durable, and safe for use at baking temperatures, often sold as PYREX in the past.
The 12” Borosilicate Domed Glass Lid fits your 12" Joan Skillet.
Weight: 4.5 lbs
The solid brass knob, made for us here in the US, is our own high-lift design and has the "archer" logo.
MADE IN USA
My husband purchased the pan and the lid at the same time, not actually reading that there is an order backlog. Oops. The wait was longer than he would have expected but the very good communication from customer service was much appreciated. We love the pan - it's all that was promised. The lid is nice and well thought out. I like being about to see without lifting it, but it doesn't seat well into the pan. It's a bit uneven, with gaps that let out steam and cooking juices. Something to watch particularly when using it in the oven for longer cooking times. It's nice to purchase American Made!!
I love the height and overall look of the lid. The lid fits very tight so holds the heat nicely.
Although I had to wait 6 months to finally receive it, it was well worth the wait. Very impressive piece of quality cookware. Works perfectly. Well Worth the price. Butter Pat Sets the Bar that everyone else is trying to get to.
My 12” glass lid arrived and it was definitely worth the wait! Not only does it assure the high temperature needed for searing meat, in combination with the skillet, the two become a braiser for use in the oven. The knob projection ensures a comfortable grip, even while using a potholder. Exceptional form and function!
The 12 inch skillet is the most used of the three Butter Pat skillets that I own. Having the fitted lid gives me options for braising and roasting that I didn’t have otherwise. Nothing better than a beef roast with potatoes and carrots in that skillet on top of the stove. My mother would have loved it!
Highest praise ever: "My mother would have loved it!"