We take our inspiration from the Shropshire ironmasters of the eighteenth century and refine our designs to meet the rigours of 21st century life.
Our large, deep casseroles are made by the same metal spinning process as our famous frying pans and saucepans.
The bowl is made by skilled British craftsmen from 5/32'' (4 mm) black iron to create a traditional, solid iron casserole pot.
It has a smooth, flat base, which means that it heats up evenly on all types of stove hobs..
It's suitable for: range, gas, electric, ceramic, halogen and induction hobs. Always heat slowly from cold to prevent buckling.
Heavy duty spun iron is thermal shock and crack resistant, making it ideal for powerful induction hobs.
The classic Netherton Foundry branding is cut into the substantial spun iron lid, this is accented in solid brass. The lid knob is cast iron.
We add our signature pre-seasoned flax oil finish to the bowl and lid, just like our frying pans.
The distinctive texture ensures bonding of the flax oil to the iron. With use, the seasoned finish becomes smoother and develops a glossy patina.
If worn or damaged, the coating can simply be restored at home, time after time.
Cook casseroles and stews in this spun iron casserole.
Remove the lid for crumbles and puddings.
It's also perfect for baking bread. Ideal for risottos, curries, soups etc.
As it's made from iron you can also take it outdoors and cook at high temperatures on flames, embers and barbeques.
Spun iron bowl:
Width across the rim 12⅛ " (30.7cm) .
Width across the base 9'' (23cm) .
Height 4" (10cm) .
Weight 3.65 kg (8lbs) .
Capacity 7 pint (4 ltr). capacity measured to rim. The cooking food capacity is around two and half to three litres.
Spun iron lid:
11½" wide (29.2cm) and 3'' (7.5cm) high.
Weight 1.74kg (3 lbs 13oz)
Height of casserole, lid and knob is 7'' (17.5cm) high.
We recommend reading this information about seasoned iron cookware before purchase
When you need to re-season, we recommend using flax oil . This creates a hard wearing, easy clean black finish on all our cast, spun & black iron pots and pans, you can buy this from us: CLICK TO BUY FLAX OIL
Learn how to bake bread in your Netherton Foundry casserole
You can now learn how to bake your own sourdough bread in our very own casseroles with Coombeshead Farm in Cornwall. Their bread workshops, running throughout the year, are suitable for all abilities and will demonstrate how to use our casserole to achieve the perfect country sourdough in your own domestic oven. Covering a range of breads, they will guide you through the complete process from maintaining your sourdough starter to proving, shaping and baking your loaf. You'll leave with the fruits of your day’s labour; baked loaves, doughs, a recipe booklet, and a proving basket as well as your very own sourdough starter.
Baking photo : Joe Woodhouse Copyright 2019