Refurbished Frying Pans
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?
Tripod / Rack – set up in tripod configuration
Our portable cooking tripod can be assembled in either a tripod for use over a fire for a single pot at a time, or as a rack for multiple pots. It comes with four pieces, the three legs and one hook, and packs down into a very small package. (The Pots and Pans visible in the photo are not included with the product.)
Extra hooks are available in small, medium and large size for $6.25 each.
This is our largest, well so far, pot that holds a whopping 8 gallons of liquid. It’s flat bottomed, has a steel handle and can be used for boing maple syrup.
Don’t let the inches of this cast iron cauldron fool you. This is one big pot without being unwieldy. Just like it’s smaller brother, it has been custom designed and comes with pig-ear handles, a steel bail and had 3 legs to stand on, making it a sturdy, multi-purpose and versatile pot. We’re sure that you’ll fall in love with it, whether cooking up tonight’s dinner or your next witches brew.
In the early 1400’s cauldrons were developed. They were the cast iron cookware of that time. Cauldrons were pots that varied in size and use. Some of them would hang in a fireplace. Some of them had three feet and would sit over and open fire. Ours have both features.