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Field Company

Cast Iron Skillet Lid, Factory Second

Regular price
$115
Sale price
$80

Cast iron lids, pre-seasoned and sized to match Field skillets. Design includes vintage-style self-basting ridges for easy stovetop and oven braising. Made in the USA.

Factory Seconds perform just as well as full-price Field cookware, b... Show more

Cast iron lids, pre-seasoned and sized to match Field skillets. Design includes vintage-style self-basting ridges for easy stovetop and oven braising. Made in the USA.

Factory Seconds perform just as well as full-price Field cookware, but may have one or more minor cosmetic issues. Factory Seconds are final sale only.

Cast iron lids, pre-seasoned and sized to match Field skillets. Design includes vintage-style self-basting ridges for easy stovetop and oven braising. Made in the USA.

Factory Seconds perform just as well as full-price Field cookware, b... Show more

Cast iron lids, pre-seasoned and sized to match Field skillets. Design includes vintage-style self-basting ridges for easy stovetop and oven braising. Made in the USA.

Factory Seconds perform just as well as full-price Field cookware, but may have one or more minor cosmetic issues. Factory Seconds are final sale only.

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A tight-fitting cast iron lid turns your Field skillet into an all-purpose cast iron steaming, braising, and melting tool.

Vintage-style self-basting ridges on the lid underside collect moisture and ensure it drips evenly across the cooking surface, keeping stovetop and oven braises simmering smoothly.

Cast Iron Lids are exact matches for the corresponding skillet sizes, so a No.8 Lid fits snugly on a No.8 Field Skillet and No.8 Dutch Oven. Field sizing is based on vintage cast iron conventions, so our No.8 size means a 10 ¼" width, edge-to-edge.

Here’s how lids measure up:

  • No.6: 8 ⅜" diameter, 2 lb 13 oz, 3 ¾" height (closed, including skillet)
  • No.8: 10 ¼" diameter, 4 lbs, 4 ½" height
  • No.10: 11 ⅝" diameter, 5 lb, 4 ¾" height
  • No.12: 13 ⅜" diameter, 6 lb 5 oz, 5" height

Field cast iron lids are 100% cast iron, including the seasoned cast iron knob.

Seasoned cast iron is safe for high-heat cooking and breadmaking, making our lid a better option that ceramic or enamel-coated products, or lids with synthetic knobs.

Field lids are Made in the USA, like all Field cast iron cookware. We source recycled iron from American vendors, and use green sand molds to pour cast iron.

Cast iron lids are seasoned with multiple coats of grapeseed oil. No synthetic coatings, Teflon, or other materials.

Hand-wash only and dry promptly. Apply Field Seasoning Oil after use to maintain seasoning and prevent rust.

Like all cast iron cookware, our cast iron lids should never be cleaned in the dishwasher, or left to drip or air-dry.

A tight-fitting cast iron lid turns your Field skillet into an all-purpose cast iron steaming, braising, and melting tool.

Vintage-style self-basting ridges on the lid underside collect moisture and ensure it drips evenly across the cooking surface, keeping stovetop and oven braises simmering smoothly.

Cast Iron Lids are exact matches for the corresponding skillet sizes, so a No.8 Lid fits snugly on a No.8 Field Skillet and No.8 Dutch Oven. Field sizing is based on vintage cast iron conventions, so our No.8 size means a 10 ¼" width, edge-to-edge.

Here’s how lids measure up:

  • No.6: 8 ⅜" diameter, 2 lb 13 oz, 3 ¾" height (closed, including skillet)
  • No.8: 10 ¼" diameter, 4 lbs, 4 ½" height
  • No.10: 11 ⅝" diameter, 5 lb, 4 ¾" height
  • No.12: 13 ⅜" diameter, 6 lb 5 oz, 5" height

Field cast iron lids are 100% cast iron, including the seasoned cast iron knob.

Seasoned cast iron is safe for high-heat cooking and breadmaking, making our lid a better option that ceramic or enamel-coated products, or lids with synthetic knobs.

Field lids are Made in the USA, like all Field cast iron cookware. We source recycled iron from American vendors, and use green sand molds to pour cast iron.

Cast iron lids are seasoned with multiple coats of grapeseed oil. No synthetic coatings, Teflon, or other materials.

Hand-wash only and dry promptly. Apply Field Seasoning Oil after use to maintain seasoning and prevent rust.

Like all cast iron cookware, our cast iron lids should never be cleaned in the dishwasher, or left to drip or air-dry.


Cooking with a Cast Iron Lid

Use the Cast Iron Lid's self-basting ridges to maximize your skillet's capabilities: learn how to braise, steam, and melt with a Field lid, starting with braised chicken thighs.

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History of the Self-Basting Lid

Field Skillets draw inspiration from the lighter, smoother skillets of America’s cast iron manufacturing heyday. For our first lid, we put our spin on a cast iron innovation.

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