Lodge Cast Iron

Nestled alongside the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountains is the town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee (population 3,300). It was here that Joseph Lodge and his wife settled and, in 1896 opened his first foundry.

Originally named The Blacklock Foundry after Joseph Lodge’s friend and minister, the company gained success until May of 1910 when it burned down. Just three months later and a few blocks south, the company was reborn as Lodge Manufacturing Company.

Joseph Lodge created a legacy of quality that has thrived through two World Wars and the Great Depression and is still carried on by his family today. Both our CEO and Chairman are Joseph Lodge’s great-grandsons who continue to evolve our product line and improve manufacturing methods. While many worthy competitors have fallen by the wayside, Lodge’s dedication to quality, technology, and employees have helped it not only survive but flourish.

Even during the hard times of the 1930s, the Lodge family found ways to keep employees above water. Novelty items such as cast iron garden gnomes and animals were produced and sold to keep the furnaces burning and the paychecks issued.

As the economy bounced back, Lodge responded to growing demand, and in 1950 converted its foundry from a hand-pour operation to an automated molding process in order to keep up with demand. This led to safer and more efficient manufacturing that at the time was very rare.

Continuing a dedication to technology and conservation, Lodge once again updated its foundry in 1992. The replacement of coal-fired cupola furnaces with an electro-magnetic induction melting system earned a Tennessee Governor’s Award for Excellence in Hazardous Waste Reduction.

Well into our second century in business, Lodge continued to innovate. In 2002, the legendary Lodge Logic line of pre-seasoned cookware was introduced, eliminating the hassle of its unseasoned counterparts. It was an industry first that has since become an industry standard.

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Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Green
Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Green

Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Green

$59.95

A flawless pairing of form and function, the Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven is a classic way to both prepare and serve memorable meals. The 6 quart capacity is perfect for pot roasts, scrumptious stews or a large batch of beans. Handles and Knobs are oven safe to 500°F. Rims are black matte enamel, cooking surface is off-white enamel. Can be used ...


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Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Lagoon
Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Lagoon

Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Lagoon

$59.95

A flawless pairing of form and function, the Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven is a classic way to both prepare and serve memorable meals. The 6 quart capacity is perfect for pot roasts, scrumptious stews or a large batch of beans. Handles and Knobs are oven safe to 500°F. Rims are black matte enamel, cooking surface is off-white enamel. Can be used o...


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Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Purple
Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Purple

Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6qt Purple

$59.95

A flawless pairing of form and function, the Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven is a classic way to both prepare and serve memorable meals. The 6 quart capacity is perfect for pot roasts, scrumptious stews or a large batch of beans. Handles and Knobs are oven safe to 500°F. Rims are black matte enamel, cooking surface is off-white enamel. Can be used ...


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Lodge L3SK3 Cast Iron Skillet, Pre-Seasoned, 6.5-inch

Lodge L3SK3 Cast Iron Skillet, Pre-Seasoned, 6.5-inch

$10.95

Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Skillet Pre-seasoned skillet is ready-to-use right out of the box The black patina given to the cookware by the factory seasoning process is, in fact, vegetable oil that has been baked into a piece of cookware that has emerged from an individual sand mold. This coating of oil is a functional application and not a co...


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