Morsø

Morsø Danish Cast Iron Cookware Collection

$190$300 $142.50$225
Morsø Danish Cast Iron Cookware Collection
Morsø

Morsø Danish Cast Iron Cookware Collection

$190$300 $142.50$225
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Cast iron gets a modern makeover.

When a Danish maker who’s been crafting metalwares since 1853—and been named a Purveyor to the Royal Court, no less—designs cast-iron cookware you know it has to be good. In the Fry Pan, and Saucepan hardworking cast iron meets the natural beauty of oiled oak (hello, stay-cool handle!). And don’t let those table-ready looks fool you: all pieces are twice-enameled (no seasoning needed here) and retain heat like there’s no tomorrow. Oh, and bonus: they'll get along with any kind of stove, including induction—not too shabby, eh?

  • Made in: China
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

When a Danish maker who’s been crafting metalwares since 1853—and been named a Purveyor to the Royal Court, no less—designs cast-iron cookware you know it has to be good. In the Fry Pan, and Saucepan hardworking cast iron meets the natural beauty of oiled oak (hello, stay-cool handle!). And don’t let those table-ready looks fool you: all pieces are twice-enameled (no seasoning needed here) and retain heat like there’s no tomorrow. Oh, and bonus: they'll get along with any kind of stove, including induction—not too shabby, eh?

Cast iron gets a modern makeover.

When a Danish maker who’s been crafting metalwares since 1853—and been named a Purveyor to the Royal Court, no less—designs cast-iron cookware you know it has to be good. In the Fry Pan, and Saucepan hardworking cast iron meets the natural beauty of oiled oak (hello, stay-cool handle!). And don’t let those table-ready looks fool you: all pieces are twice-enameled (no seasoning needed here) and retain heat like there’s no tomorrow. Oh, and bonus: they'll get along with any kind of stove, including induction—not too shabby, eh?

  • Made in: China
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

When a Danish maker who’s been crafting metalwares since 1853—and been named a Purveyor to the Royal Court, no less—designs cast-iron cookware you know it has to be good. In the Fry Pan, and Saucepan hardworking cast iron meets the natural beauty of oiled oak (hello, stay-cool handle!). And don’t let those table-ready looks fool you: all pieces are twice-enameled (no seasoning needed here) and retain heat like there’s no tomorrow. Oh, and bonus: they'll get along with any kind of stove, including induction—not too shabby, eh?

Meet the Maker

Morsø

Niagara Falls, NY
Danish maker Morsø got its start back in 1853, when Niels Andreas Christensen opened up his own foundry. But what really put them on the map? Their wood burners and tiled stoves that came at the turn of the century (and earned them the coveted title of Purveyor to the Royal Court of Denmark). Now, they bring warmth and comfort to homes with their stunning black cast-iron cookware—and our stovetops have never looked smarter.
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