Perfect for cooking your pizza over the campfire.
Made from thick leather, this pan holder is the perfect companion to any cast iron pan. It slips on easily and is large enough to accommodate any handle.
Along with our custom designed and cast products seen throughout this site, we also sell refurbished items. We’re not kidding when we say that cast iron lasts a lifetime. We make it our business to scour the continent for cast iron pieces that people either no longer want or need. We know which foundries were considered “top-of-the-line” and which were not so great.
With our refurbished product, you benefit from the knowledge and experience we have built and we don’t sell anything that we wouldn’t use ourselves.
We clean the product and re-season it before delivering to you. If for any reason you’re not happy with a refurbished product, you can always return it to us for a full refund (see our Ordering and Paying page for refund details).
If there’s a particular product that you’re looking for, please let us know and we’ll keep an eye out for you.
What other business can claim their products are made from 100% recyclable materials?
Our rectangular Loaf Pan has a 7 cup volume and is perfect for making your madeira cake, meat loaf, or any other kind of cake or bread you fancy. With cast iron, you can be assured that this product will outlive you and be something to hand down for generations.
For a review by Marc Meltonville, Project Coordinator Historic Kitchen’s Team, Hampton Court Palace, take a look at what he has to say about our Loaf Pan here.
Long before French or Italian bread the best breads in Europe came from Vienna. French and Italian bakers in the days of Austrian-Hungarian Empire (not last week, mind you), that would come to learn the tricks of the trade.
22” cooking surface. This was the old fashioned hotel model, also used at camps. Anywhere a large group cooking was necessary, such as chuck wagons. You can cook one heap of food on this baby! On most current stoves it will cover all four burners.
For those of you that are unaware, Marc Meltonville is the Project Co-ordinator for the Historic Kitchens Team of the Royal Historic Palaces, more specifically, the Hampton Court Palace that is famous throughout the world for being those of King Henry VIII.