No.12 Skillet & Lid Set
No.12 Skillet & Lid Set
No.12 Skillet & Lid Set
No.12 Skillet & Lid Set
No.12 Skillet & Lid Set

Field Company

No.12 Skillet & Lid Set

Regular price
$360
Sale price
$295

The No.12 Field Skillet with its matching-size 13 ⅜" seasoned cast iron lid.

Skillet, lid, and knob are all 100% cast iron and Made in the USA. Our vintage-style lid design includes self-basting ridges, to ensure even braising and steam... Show more

The No.12 Field Skillet with its matching-size 13 ⅜" seasoned cast iron lid.

Skillet, lid, and knob are all 100% cast iron and Made in the USA. Our vintage-style lid design includes self-basting ridges, to ensure even braising and steaming for stovetop and oven cooking.

The No.12 Field Skillet with its matching-size 13 ⅜" seasoned cast iron lid.

Skillet, lid, and knob are all 100% cast iron and Made in the USA. Our vintage-style lid design includes self-basting ridges, to ensure even braising and steam... Show more

The No.12 Field Skillet with its matching-size 13 ⅜" seasoned cast iron lid.

Skillet, lid, and knob are all 100% cast iron and Made in the USA. Our vintage-style lid design includes self-basting ridges, to ensure even braising and steaming for stovetop and oven cooking.

The 13 ⅜" No.12 cast iron lid turns our extra-large Field Skillet into the biggest braising pan in your kitchen.

The No.12 is the Field Skillet you reach for when you're cooking for a crowd, making larger batches, or want to give your proteins and vegetables plenty of room to spread out and crisp up properly. The matching cast iron lid gives you precise control over braising, steaming, and melting—really any technique where steam and moisture work together to deliver precisely fork-tender foods.

No.12 is a vintage-style size: from edge-to-edge, it measures 13 ⅜" and the lid is a tight fit.

No.12 Skillet:

  • 13 ⅜" top
  • 11 ½" cooking surface
  • 8 lbs

No.12 Lid:

  • 13 ⅜" diameter
  • 6 lb 5 oz
  • 5" height (closed, including skillet)

The No.12 Skillet, Lid, and knob are 100% cast iron.

Every piece of Field cast iron cookware is seasoned with multiple coats of grapeseed oil for naturally non-stick cooking performance.

Field cast iron is made in the USA, using recycled iron sourced from American vendors, and following the same vintage-style green sand casting process used by our predecessors—with a few modern innovations.

Field cast iron cookware is seasoned with multiple coats of grapeseed oil for naturally non-stick cooking performance.

Follow the Field Method for Cast Iron Care & Maintenance to keep your cast iron cookware clean and well-seasoned:

  1. Use the Natural Fiber Brush to scrub away food residue.
  2. Use the Chain Mail Scrubber to remove and stubborn food particles, and to gently scuff cast iron surfaces.
  3. Apply a dab of Cast Iron Seasoning Oil to a clean, dry skillet.

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

The 13 ⅜" No.12 cast iron lid turns our extra-large Field Skillet into the biggest braising pan in your kitchen.

The No.12 is the Field Skillet you reach for when you're cooking for a crowd, making larger batches, or want to give your proteins and vegetables plenty of room to spread out and crisp up properly. The matching cast iron lid gives you precise control over braising, steaming, and melting—really any technique where steam and moisture work together to deliver precisely fork-tender foods.

No.12 is a vintage-style size: from edge-to-edge, it measures 13 ⅜" and the lid is a tight fit.

No.12 Skillet:

  • 13 ⅜" top
  • 11 ½" cooking surface
  • 8 lbs

No.12 Lid:

  • 13 ⅜" diameter
  • 6 lb 5 oz
  • 5" height (closed, including skillet)

The No.12 Skillet, Lid, and knob are 100% cast iron.

Every piece of Field cast iron cookware is seasoned with multiple coats of grapeseed oil for naturally non-stick cooking performance.

Field cast iron is made in the USA, using recycled iron sourced from American vendors, and following the same vintage-style green sand casting process used by our predecessors—with a few modern innovations.

Field cast iron cookware is seasoned with multiple coats of grapeseed oil for naturally non-stick cooking performance.

Follow the Field Method for Cast Iron Care & Maintenance to keep your cast iron cookware clean and well-seasoned:

  1. Use the Natural Fiber Brush to scrub away food residue.
  2. Use the Chain Mail Scrubber to remove and stubborn food particles, and to gently scuff cast iron surfaces.
  3. Apply a dab of Cast Iron Seasoning Oil to a clean, dry skillet.

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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