Flameware Stovetop and Grill Saucepan

A looker that's practical, too, it can handle direct heat and go beautifully from burner to oven to table.
created by

Morgan Baum

$75.00

Morgan Baum created by

Morgan Baum

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20,000 Year Trend

Humans began cooking with clay pots over 20,000 years ago, and have no plans of stopping. Most clay cookware can't be used directly on a heat source, but this beautiful saucepan, made by Morgan Baum of special "Flameware" clay, can handle what other clay can't. Cook on a gas or electric burner, move the pan from stovetop to oven, and when the food is cooked to perfection, serve with it. Its simple, graceful lines and elegant gray glaze look beautiful on the table. Cleanup is easy, too.

Only a few potteries make this kind of cookware. This one, in central Minnesota, also serves as an incubator for potters to learn how turn their passion into a successful business. Home chefs, slow foodies, and fans of handmade ceramics will swoon over these very special skillets. Handmade in Hutchinson, Minnesota. Note: allow the saucepan to reach room temperature prior to using on the stove or oven.

Note: allow the pot to reach room temperature prior to using on the stove or oven.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.

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Made in Minnesota

Morgan Baum

created by

Morgan Baum

location

Minnesota

Morgan Baum's family has been creating unique, affordable, functional pottery on a 54-acre hobby farm in Hutchinson, Minnesota for decades. As a kid, she earned her allowance working in the studio and spent many summer weekends at art shows across the Midwest. Morgan has a background in fundraising, journalism, advocacy, and art. She puts all of her passions to work each day. Since taking over the family business she has been raising awareness and advocating for handcrafted arts in her community. Her writing has been featured in Ceramics Monthly. In 2016, Morgan added an Emerging Artist Incubator space in her studio for young artists to learn more about running a small business and to help grow the next generation of Minnesota studio potters.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
flameware clay
Measurements
8.75" diameter x 3.5" H (12.5" L with handle); 40 fl. oz. capacity; 2.5 lbs.
Care
Dishwasher and oven safe.
Item ID
46892

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 2/1/2018.

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