Cast Iron Ludlow Trivet

Netherton Foundry
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Product Information
Traditional cast iron trivet
Pre-seasoned flax oiled black finish.
A stylish and useful addition to your kitchen, cast at the Ironbridge Museum's foundry.
Use with kettle, frying pans, saucepans and teapots.
6.5" diameter.
Specification
Colour Black
County of manufacture Shropshire
Dimensions 165x165x12 mm
Weight 0.76kg
Delivery
Delivery Cost: £ 0.00
Delivery Time: 3 Days
Delivery Info: Free Delivery. We despatch on 48 hour Parcelforce delivery service. Please leave clear Instructions on what to do if you will not be at home to receive the parcel
Supplier Info
Supplier:
Netherton Foundry
Netherton Foundry make classic cast iron and spun iron cookware using traditional crafts and materials.
Returns info
Return Period: 14 Days
Returns should be sent to our workshop. If the item is proven faulty we will refund the postage cost, otherwise the customer must bear the carriage cost.
Care & Maintenance
All products are supplied with full care instructions. Quick summary: You can use the cast iron bowls, lids and pans straight from the box. Simply wash in hot water. ; Do not use soap or detergent. Immediately dry with a towel. For best results we recommend that you give the bowl, lid or pan an extra coating of flax oil before first use. You can do this by following the instructions on re-seasoning at home that come with your product. The more you use the cast or spun iron and carefully follow the care instructions, the better the seasoned coating will become.
Provenance
Provenance:UK
County of Manufacture:Shropshire
Guarantee
Guarantee Length: 2 years
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Cast Iron Ludlow Trivet

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Netherton Foundry make classic cast iron and spun iron cookware using traditional crafts and materials.

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