The year 1910 saw both devastation and hope, as the Blacklock Foundry burned to the ground, only to be reborn as Lodge Cast Iron. Much like Joseph Lodge's resiliency and determination to revive the company, this durable cast iron skillet is made to handle heat, large dishes, and challenging recipes.
Extended, raised handle stays cooler longer
Generous pour spouts for pan sauces and gravies
Sloped, spatula-friendly sidewalls
Elevated assist handle for added comfort and great control
Made in South Pittsburg, Tenn., USA