This listing is for a handcrafted carbon steel frying pan that is Made
in The USA. This is the 10.5" size. All of my carbon steel pans are
hand spun from 1008 cold rolled carbon steel that is 0.078" thick (2
Dimensions (approximate as each piece is handcrafted and there can be variations.)
Top Lip Diameter - 10 1/2"
Bottom Diameter - 8"
Height - 1 1/2"
Dimensions of Pan With Handle
Length - 18 1/2"
Height - 5 1/2"
am a small metal working shop that takes great pride in what I do and
everything comes into my shop as raw flat material. Nothing is
outsourced. The steel arrives in sheets that are cut into the various
sized circles needed for spinning the pans. The handles also come in as
flat sheet that is cut to shape, finished, and formed to fit the pans
as needed. All of the cutting and spinning work is done right here in
shop. Everything is made one piece at a time.
pan is hand spun using cold rolled steel sheet that has a thickness of
0.078". We settled on this thickness as it seemed to the perfect middle
ground between a pan being crazy heavy and way too light. This
thickness of material gives the pan a great weight and is very durable.
handles on the carbon steel pans are made from 1/8" thick stainless
steel and secured with 1/4" steel rivets. The handles do not require
These pans have been pre-seasoned with only one coat of
coconut oil. Why only one coat? Well, it's pretty tough to make
everyone happy. Some people prefer to use high heat with their pans and
don't want them seasoned. They add an oil or grease of their choosing
and away they go. The majority of people do want their pans seasoned
but their is a wide range of opinions about what should be used. Some
say flax seed oil. Some say coconut oil. Some say vegetable shortening
or lard. The list goes on. So, we decided to coat the pans one time
to prevent any rusting during shipping and the customer can decide what
is best for their pan when it arrives. For those who do season their
pans, the process is the same as when using cast iron. Apply the
coating of your choice before heating the pan until it starts smoking
and then allow to cool. Repeat as many times as you feel it is needed.
carbon steel, the pans will change color with use and depending on how
they are seasoned. This is normal and does not affect the performance
of the pan.
Whenever a pan is washed and cleaned, please be sure
to immediately dry it to prevent any rust from forming. It is also a
good idea to very lightly wipe the pan with a very light coat of your
favorite cooking oil.
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Material: Carbon Steel
Type: Skillet/Frying Pan