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No.10 Cast Iron Skillet, 11 ⅝ inches

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars
964 Reviews
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$215
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$215

This is your new everyday pan—a meticulously-designed smoother, lighter cast iron skillet reminiscent of the best vintage American cast iron. 

Made in the USA, the naturally non-stick Field Skillet is built for easy searing, sautéing, frying, roasting and baking.

This is your new everyday pan—a meticulously-designed smoother, lighter cast iron skillet reminiscent of the best vintage American cast iron. 

Made in the USA, the naturally non-stick Field Skillet is built for easy searing, sautéing, frying, roasting and baking.

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Field Cast Iron is 100% Made in the USA. We work with recycled iron and pour our cast iron cookware using green sand castings—just like the most celebrated vintage cast iron manufacturers, Griswold and Wagner. 

A well-seasoned cast iron pan achieves a natural non-stick surface without harmful chemicals or engineered coatings. Your skillet will arrive pre-seasoned with three coats of organic grapeseed oil, so it’s ready to cook right away.

Field Skillets match traditional vintage sizing conventions, where the “number” corresponds not to diameter in inches, but to the burner ring size on an old-fashioned wood-burning stove. That means a No.10 skillet is actually larger than 10 inches. (It’s tricky, we know.)

Here’s how the No.10 Skillet measures up:

  • 11 ⅝" top diameter
  • 9 ¾" cooking surface
  • 6 lb total weight

Field cast iron cookware is compatible with all stovetop burner types, including glass and ceramic induction ranges. Like all great tools, cast iron cookware gets better with time and use. To keep your Field Skillet in top condition:

  • Pre-heat on low for up to 5 minutes before you start cooking.
  • Clean according the Field Method for Cast Iron Care & Maintenance
  • Hand-wash only. Never in the dishwasher.
  • Towel dry and warm on the stovetop to evaporate moisture. Never drip-dry or store wet.

Most importantly, cook often!

Field Cast Iron is 100% Made in the USA. We work with recycled iron and pour our cast iron cookware using green sand castings—just like the most celebrated vintage cast iron manufacturers, Griswold and Wagner. 

A well-seasoned cast iron pan achieves a natural non-stick surface without harmful chemicals or engineered coatings. Your skillet will arrive pre-seasoned with three coats of organic grapeseed oil, so it’s ready to cook right away.

Field Skillets match traditional vintage sizing conventions, where the “number” corresponds not to diameter in inches, but to the burner ring size on an old-fashioned wood-burning stove. That means a No.10 skillet is actually larger than 10 inches. (It’s tricky, we know.)

Here’s how the No.10 Skillet measures up:

  • 11 ⅝" top diameter
  • 9 ¾" cooking surface
  • 6 lb total weight

Field cast iron cookware is compatible with all stovetop burner types, including glass and ceramic induction ranges. Like all great tools, cast iron cookware gets better with time and use. To keep your Field Skillet in top condition:

  • Pre-heat on low for up to 5 minutes before you start cooking.
  • Clean according the Field Method for Cast Iron Care & Maintenance
  • Hand-wash only. Never in the dishwasher.
  • Towel dry and warm on the stovetop to evaporate moisture. Never drip-dry or store wet.

Most importantly, cook often!

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Do Field skillets work on induction stoves?

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They do! We have a clever feature on all Field Company skillets—a heat ring! This is one of our favorite features: it’s both a reference to cookware conventions in a bygone era, and a clever way to meet the performance challenges of contemporary kitchens.

Our heat ring is designed to make sure the Field Skillet remains balanced as it heats up on glass or ceramic flat cooktops. At just 0.04” of clearance, it won’t interfere with cooking performance or lose any power from electric or induction heat elements, particularly since induction is activated through magnetics and iron is a magnetic element.

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What makes Field cast iron different?

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Vintage cast iron pans—the type prized for their smooth nonstick surfaces—used to be polished by hand. Today, most manufacturers sell pebbly "as cast" skillets to save cost. That's not all bad—it just means they are heavier and a lot harder to season to a truly nonstick, slick surface.

Field Skillets use a machining process modeled on the best of vintage cookware, precisely dialed to be as smooth as possible while leaving just a touch of texture on surface to hold a great seasoning.

Like vintage pans, Field skillets have thinner sidewalls and weigh less overall, making them easy to reach for every day.

Isn't cast iron supposed to be heavy?

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Field Skillets aren’t as light as throwaway nonstick cookware, but neither are they unnecessarily heavy. We spent years studying our favorite vintage skillets to find the perfect balance between lightness while maintaining enough bottom thickness for high heat searing and even cooking.

Our research found the Goldilocks zone to be 4.3 to 4.5 lbs for a 10 inch skillet. Anything above this zone only makes your pan harder to maneuver without adding cooking performance and anything below makes the pan more susceptible to warping or breakage. This weight is most similar to a Griswold skillet, one of our favorite antiques.

Why are there no pour spouts?

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During our years of testing and research we found traditional pour spouts just don’t work that well. They still drip.

The sidewalls of a Field Skillet flare outward slightly, similar to a spoutless pitcher. When liquid reaches the edge, it pours smoothly in a single stream—with minimal dripping.

And that's not all—without pour spouts, we’re able to maintain uniform wall thickness around the edges of the Field Skillet, keeping overall weight down without sacrificing strength.

“We found it easy to pour hot grease over the edge without dripping” - Wirecutter

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Does Field cast iron come pre-seasoned?

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Yes! We deliver a pan that is ready to cook out of the box. Our naturally non-stick cooking surface comes from three coats of grapeseed oil pre-seasoning. No coatings, no teflon, no dirty tricks.

Like all cast iron pans, you will see the non-stick properties increase even more over time as you follow the tried and true seasoning rule: Just Keep Cooking!

A New Pan That Cooks Like An Old One

Customers love its ease-of-use, heirloom quality, and lightweight, smooth build.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Simply the best cast iron I've ever used! Seasoned and ready to cook right out of the box, and with the lid, there's just about nothing I can't cook.

David N. | Texas, USA

Customers love its ease-of-use, heirloom quality, and lightweight, smooth build.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Not only is this pan stunningly beautiful, it’s an old meets new kind of cast iron experience. Everybody should own one.

Edward | Illinois, USA

Customers love its ease-of-use, heirloom quality, and smooth cooking surface.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Field Company has mastered the art of cast iron skillets The smoothness of the cooking surface and the seasoning are the best of any of the new makers, without exception

Bernie | Virginia, USA

"After weeks of testing eight popular cast-iron skillets, I believe the Field Company No. 8 Cast Iron Skillet is the best option currently available on the market."

- Anna Stockwell for Forbes, Author of For The Table

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A Field No.8 is much larger than other brands No.8s—same goes for all our sizes. That’s because we honor the way the best vintage cast iron was originally sized. Read more in our size guide for a bit of cast iron history.

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  • Tiffinie B.
    Verified Buyer
    I do not recommend this product
    What type of stovetop do you primarily use with your cast iron?? Electric Glass
    Rated 1 out of 5 stars
    2 months ago
    Very disappointed

    I used it 1 time and the finish came off, now I have a very ugly pan with spots all over it and it looks like trash. It looks old and worn and I haven't used it more than 5 times. Very disappointed.

    Field Company
    1 month ago

    Hi Tiffanie,
    We're so sorry that your new pan is not meeting expectations. I do want to assure you that it is totally normal for your pan to look splotchy during the breaking in period. That's a sign that it's starting to develop seasoning through cooking (which is darker than our pre-seasoning due to the presence of carbon from your cooking).
    Here is an article with more detail on the breaking in process along with a photo that shows the progression of seasoning: https://fieldcompany.com/pages/how-to-break-in-field-cast-iron

    Please reach out to help@fieldcompany.com anytime if you have more questions, we want you to be successful with your new Field Skillet!

  • Steven H.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 months ago
    Worth the money

    This is my first Field pan, but it won’t be my last! If you’re comparing the price of Field pans to other less expensive ones, just buy a Field and see why they’re worth the money… You won’t be sorry.

  • Beth A.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    What type of stovetop do you primarily use with your cast iron?? Gas
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 months ago
    Loving it

    The weight and size is great. Still working on maintenance on the seasoning; have hurt the original with cooking sticky pens plus too aggressive cleaning. However, easily reasoned with 2 trips through the oven.

  • Philip W.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    What type of stovetop do you primarily use with your cast iron?? Electric Coil
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 months ago
    Superior!

    I cook with it every day. The fact that it’s smooth compared to other cast iron skillets sold me on it and I’m glad I got it. It also got compliments from the in-laws. And like the ad says, it lives on my stove.

  • Timothy R.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 months ago
    First Field Skillet

    Works good smooth finish I need to build up the seasoning some more

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