Gay Outlaw & Bob Schmitz: Cast Iron Pots
One design features a two-handled lid and a flat profile, and the other features a beveled top-handle on the lid and a rounded profile.
Both designs feature a wood grain texture on the lid, which was realized by burning into the surface of the wood, revealing and elevating its grain before patterns were made from the wood forms in aluminum. Foundry workers then used the aluminum patterns to create hollow sand molds into which they poured liquid iron to cast the pots. Once cast, Bob Schmitz and a retired machinist refined the surface of the lids to get them ready for your use in the kitchen.
3 quarts; 18 lbs. each
Designed in San Francisco, patterned in Santa Rosa, cast at a foundry in San Leandro, and machined in garages in both San Francisco and Los Altos, CA.
*Please note: unlike most mass-produced cast iron cookware, we are selling these pots lightly oiled and unseasoned. Each pot comes with seasoning instructions.
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