House of Copper’s 8” cast iron skillet is hand-sanded for extra smoothness before it is seasoned by hand over open fires outside. House of Copper only uses organic flaxseed oil from North Dakota to coat their cast iron skillets. This cast iron skillet was forged in Kaukauna, Wisconsin using grey iron on a B&P processing machine and poured by hand. This seasoned skillet is ready for use.
House Copper is the work of Sara Dahmen who creates each piece of copper, tin and cast iron cookware by hand. Sara believes everyone should have one solid pot or kettle in their kitchen that will not only perform properly but also last for generations.
That’s what copper cookware does, especially if it’s made purely. Pure copper. Pure iron. Pure tin. Nothing else, just the plain, pure metal and you. It’s safe, it’s healthy, it’s efficient and it’s natural.