Artfully crafted cast iron farmhouse skillet by Smithey Ironware. A genuine “farmhouse” skillet, inspired by American blacksmith design of the 18th and 19th century, the Smithey 12” carbon steel skillet is as much work of art as it is a cooking tool.
Each piece is machine cast and hand finished in South Carolina. These buffed and polished cast iron skillets feature a satin-like surface that becomes naturally non-stick with use.
Founder Isaac Morton was known for restoring beautiful vintage cookware pieces to gift to friends and family so creating a cast iron cookware line that honored vintage style while harnessing modern processes was an idea that came naturally. From this idea — that a lost art might be restored into a modern icon — Smithey Ironware was born.
Care: Lightly wash with warm water to clean. For stubborn remnants, soft scrape with a metal spatula or a touch of dish soap on a nylon scouring pad. Avoid heavy-pressure scrubbing. Dry and oil after use. Do not soak or place in dishwasher.