I am a 12" Wrought-Iron Frying Pan. My cooking area is even and grand.
The hand-forged frying pan is the centerpiece of Takayoshi Narita's collection - representing both the artisan's high level of craftsmanship, and his fine arts background. It was the first piece of cookware he created, and served as a catalyst in his pivot from fine arts to metalworking.
The pan is made from four pieces: basin, handle, and two rivets. Heat does not transfer to the handle as the rivets absorb the majority of heat when cooking. Everything is hand forged by Narita-san himself, requiring hours of physical labor to transform iron from a solid mass to a perfectly thin pan. The result is a gorgeous and highly functional pan that, when properly seasoned, becomes naturally non-stick.
Wrought-Iron Frying Pan was curated by Stevenson Aung
Designer: Takayoshi Narita
Maker: Takayoshi Narita
Without handle: 12” (w) x 12” (l) x 1.6” (h) or 30.5cm (w) x 30.5cm (l) x 4.1cm (h)
Handle length: 7” (l) or 18cm (l)
2.3 lb or 1043 g
Seasoning the pan prior to first use and periodically for maintenance is recommended
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