Cast Iron Casserole: Designed by Timo Sarpaneva in 1952, this iconic example of Scandinavian design lets you cook with minimal fat meaning that it has become a fixture in the kitchen. This piece is represented in the Museum's collection. Enameled cast iron, wooden handle. 3 liters, 21.5 cm diameter. Made in Finland.
Frying Pan: Made in Villedieu-les-poêles by Mauviel installed since 1830.This is a solid, essential element in which the quality of the steel used ensures a rapid and uniform distribution of heat that favors perfect browning. Multi-layered 18/10 Stainless steel, 2.6 mm thick with an aluminium core, solid base. Cast iron handle fixed by stainless steel rivets. Polished exterior. 28 cm diameter. Made in France.
Slope Sided Sauteuse: From the same maker as the frying pan, this small slope-sided saucepan is perfect for ensuring food is evenly coated or for frying small items. 16 cm diameter. Made in France.
Pallet Knife: This multi-purpose pallet knife is indispensable for lifting, scraping or turning over food in the frying pan. Stainless steel, aluminum rivets / 21 cm. Made in Germany.
Cast Iron Pan: A German artist with a passion for cast iron makes these pans, each of which is a one-off and is close to being a work of art in its own right. Solid cast iron treated with linseed oil. 25 cm diameter, 2 liters. Made in Germany.
Oven Gloves: Hand-woven using natural fibers, these are made by a small firm that specializes in home-ware objects. Thick squares of cotton/linen mix. 17.5 x 21.5 cm. Made in Sweden.
Pot Stand: It is pretty and smart: it sticks to everything that has a base incorporating iron, including casseroles, pans and the stockpot. Oiled oak, magnetic insert, 18 x 18 cm. Made in Sweden.
Dish Cloths: For over a century, this manufacturer based in Armentières has been weaving fabrics using natural materials. They come in pairs and can be personalized with initials or a special motif. 100% Linen, embroidered check pattern, pre-washed. 77 x 51 cm. Made in France. (Includes 2)
Glass Container: For over one hundred years this American producer has been making strengthened glass containers. Jar with lid mad