Borough Furnace

12" Braising Skillet


This 12" Braising Skillet has a wide cook surface to take on anything you might be cooking up. Made by hand from 100% recycled iron, each skillet is cast, sanded smooth, and seasoned by skilled craftsmen. Balanced with generous handles, it moves easily from oven to table and is equally as beautiful as it is functional. Pair with the Grill Pan which doubles as a lid to the Brasing Skillet to make the perfect set.

  • Color: Black
  • Material: Cast iron
  • Dimensions: 12" lip to lip
  • Weight: 7.5 lbs
  • Volume: 3.5 L
  • Each skillet will have slight variations in appearance due to its hand finishing
  • Made in New York
  • Made for high performance cooking—Thicker cast iron heats evenly and stays hot for a perfect sear. Induction ready and oven safe to 800°F. Great for open-fire cooking.
  • Finished with purpose—Hand sanded smooth on all surfaces, our cast iron is a pleasure to cook with and to handle. We apply a light micro-texture to the surface after finishing for optimal oil adhesion. It is robust seasoning, not a machined smooth surface finish, that makes cast iron nonstick!
  • Seasoned to perfection—Pre-seasoned three times with organic flax seed oil (Kosher certified), our skillets are primed for use right out of the box. The deep color of our factory seasoning is evidence of a cook surface that will hold seasoning easily - and it only gets better the more you use it.
  • Built to last—No glued-on or screwed-on parts. No synthetic coatings to wear away or leach into your food - just iron and oil. Guaranteed not to warp.
  • Designed for movement—Larger handles make it easy to transfer from stovetop to oven.

Located in the New York Finger Lakes, Borough Furnace strives to create beautiful, high-performance cooking tools, made with care and ready for a lifetime of use. They are a family-owned business run by partners John Truex and Liz Seru whose inspiration stems from the deep connection between design, craft, and production. What started in 2011 with a collection of two skillets has grown into an entire line of oven-to-table bakeware as well as a Dutch oven, borrowing the best aspects of the classic American design but crafted with contemporary updates.


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