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Netherton Foundry

Dutch Oven with Hot Coals Lid

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Spun iron Dutch Oven with robust lid, perfect for campfire cooking

Hand spun in Shropshire, this heavy-duty Dutch Oven is guaranteed to up your outdoor cooking game. The lid has a deep rim so it can be loaded with hot coals or embers, creating a genuine outdoor oven that cooks from both top and bottom. So not only can you slow-cook sumptuous stews, you can also bake anything from bannock to cornbread. The pot is also suitable for home use on thehob, extending its versatility. With its classic, robust and practical design, this is a Dutch Oven that is built to last a lifetime of adventures.

      • Iron is pre-treated with naturally non-stick flax oil and designed to last a lifetime with care
      • No chemicals or PTFE are used in the coating of the pan
      • 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
      • Heavy duty spun iron is thermal shock and crack resistant, making it ideal for powerful induction hobs.
      • Best used for frying meat and fish
      • 5/32'' (4 mm) Black Iron
      • Spun Iron Bowl:
        • Width (rim): 12" / 30.7 cm
        • Width (base): 9" / 23 cm
        • Height: 4" / 10cm
        • Weight: 8lbs / 3.65 kg
        • Capacity: 7 pints
      • Spun Iron Lid:
        • Lid Diameter: 11½" / 29 cm
        • Lid Height: 2 ½" / 6.5cm
        • Lid Rim: 1" / 2.5cm
        • Weight: 4 lbs 11 oz / 2.13 kg
      • Local manufacturing - Made in Shropshire, England
      • Sustainability through longevity - Designed to last a lifetime
    • Netherton Foundry is a family owned business located in South Shropshire. Netherton Foundry has been inspired by the 18th and 19th centuries' Shropshire Iron masters, especially Abraham Darby. He was the creator of the world's first iron bridge. They wish to look again at the values that inspired this amazing period of creativity and energy. | READ MORE

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