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iittala Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot
iittala Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot
iittala Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot
iittala Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot
iittala Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot
iittala Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot

iittala Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot

$294.99
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Designed in 1960 by Timo Sarpaneva, this carefully crafted cast iron pot is a Scandinavian icon. Besides being beautiful enough to claim a permanent spot on your stovetop, the thoughtful design of this cookware grants it superior function. Coated with enamal, the cast iron cooks food evenly in the oven or on the stove while preventing food flavors from sticking to the surface. The detachable wooden handle can be used to lift the lid or the entire pot, making serving a cinch and reminding users of simpler days around the camp fire when a stick would be used to lift the lid and stir the food.

It was Sarpaneva's blacksmith grandfather that served as inspiration for this modern take on anciet cast iron pots. Sarpaneva once said that the idea was conceived by rethinking a traditional object in a way that wasn't too novel and would make "a damn good reindeer stew in the process." The design won the silver medal at the 1960 Milan Triennale and features in the Victoria and Albert Museum's collections.Awarded the silver medal at the 1960 Milan Triennial and the International Design Award in the United States, iittala's proud name is on the bottom of every Sarpaneva pot.
  • ITEM #: II-SP300030
  • MATERIAL: Cast iron
  • COUNTRY: Designed in Finland, Made in China
  • Care: Use wooden or plastic kitchen utensils to avoid damaging the enamel. Oven safe. Hand wash only
  • Can be used on induction, gas, iron or ceramic hobs.
  • Holds: 3.17 qt (3 L)
  • Benefits of Induction Cooking
iittala

You’d be hard-pressed to find a Finn or fan of Finnish design that doesn’t recognize the iittala logo, designed by Timo Sarpaneva in 1956 and inspired by his “i-line” range. The logo serves as a symbol of quality craftsmanship, timeless design, and thoughtful functionality. Many collectors ... More iittala

Timo Sarpaneva

Finnish-born Timo Sarpaneva (1926) was an influential sculptor, educator and designer who greatly contributed to Finland's reputation as the design hub of the world. His work with metals, woods, textiles, porcelain, and glass shows his impressive versatility. No matter the medium, Sarpaneva... More Timo Sarpaneva

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100% Recommend this product (11 of 11 responses)
By Agnes
Los Angeles, CA
August 4, 2017
Beautiful!
Fast shipping. Absolutely beautiful piece. Great quality and the size is perfect ���
By Candace
Regina
August 16, 2016
Beautiful
Amazing. Love this pot. Beautiful and practical.
ProsEverything. And cleans like a dream.
By Jim
Chapel Hill, NC
September 4, 2015
"Classic" With Good Reason
It's just the right size for a number of tasks; and its good looks , even heat distribution, and reasonably easy cleanup put it over the top.
Conszip
By Nancy
Manhattan Beach, CA
September 2, 2015
Good heavy pot
This pot is a very good size for most soups, stews, vegetables, etc. it is heavy cast iron coated with white ceramic on the inside, giving a very good distribution of heat for good cooking. It is beautiful as well, with the clever use of the wood for a handle and lever to remove the cover.
ProsBeautiful pot with great cooking for many complex dishes
ConsMade in China, based on the original which was made in Finland. Hope it lasts as long as the Finnish one!
By Danielle
CA
August 26, 2015
Beautiful pot!
Even though it is made in China, the quality is very good. Perfect accent for your kitchen!
By Barb
Minneapolis MN
April 7, 2015
sculpture for the kitchen
It is just the right size for our household. It is so beautiful I don't have to find a spot in the cupboard, but I can keep it on display.
By MC
Seattle, WA
November 24, 2014
Love this pot
I like the way the lid and handle work. The size is perfect because it is quite heavy and would be too heavy if it was any larger. My pot has a stain on the lid from the sauce and I can't get it out. How do you recommend cleaning this so the inside stays white?
ProsCooks beautifully. Looks beautiful.
ConsThe inside porcelain became stained.
By Elizabeth
Eugene, Oregon
August 9, 2014
Don't understand what this means.
I've looking at this pot for years and am so glad to finally own it. Every time I cook a stew or soup, I think, "Darn, wish I could use that Finnish pot" and at last I can.
By Natuzza
australia
April 20, 2014
very happy with my purchase
very happy with my purchase
By ann radwan
St. Cloud MN
May 28, 2013
perfect pots for perfect stews.
I have owned two of these perfect pots since the 60's. For cooking perfect stews and other slow and delicate cooking, these cast iron pots are perfect.
By Anja M.
Falls Church, VA
May 24, 2012
iittala Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot
I have had the iittala/Sarpaeva pot since the 60's, and now I have two of them, I like it so very much. I only wish there was another larger, wider size, also with the wooden handle. Brilliant! Beautiful! My favorite to use!
ProsThe cooking turns out perfectly, every time.
ConsNothing.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Sharon
from Cleveland, Ohio asked:
March 22, 2017
Can this pot be used on an induction cooktop?
1 Answers
Can be used on induction, gas, iron or ceramic hobs.
FinnStyle Staff
on March 23, 2017

Sonja
from Boulder, CO asked:
April 16, 2015
Where is this pot made?
1 Answers
Country: Designed in Finland, Made in China
FinnStyle Staff
on April 16, 2015

Robyn grant
from Japan asked:
November 20, 2014
Hi, how much does this weigh. Just want to see how much postage to Japan will be. Thanks
1 Answers
Hello, You can add it to your cart and use the shipping calculator at checkout to estimate the shipping cost by selecting "Japan" and "international Airmail", either the UPS or USPS option and click "Apply". The shipping cost does not include customs charges, etc - you will have to contact your customs agency for an estimate of those costs.
FinnStyle Staff
on November 21, 2014

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