Eric Vance© for Butter Pat Industries

HOW WE MAKE OUR COOKWARE

Casting cookware in iron is an ancient skill. Before there were the spun bi-metal/tri-ply-coated disposable pans of today there was cast iron.

It was made with the assumption that it would serve you for a lifetime. Many pieces remain in use from the 1800s.

Our cookware designs are inspired by these old functional forms.

The process of making them is simple in concept: pour a recipe of molten iron in a mold and finish to a smooth surface that will be resistant to food sticking.

DESIGN HEADLINE HERE

Details, Details, Details

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CASTING HEADLINE HERE

There is No Couch Involved

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FINISHING HEADLINE HERE

They Are Not Done, Until We Say They Are Done

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