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?