Field Company, manufacturer of cast iron cookware started by brothers Stephen and Christopher Muscarella in 2016, is putting the spotlight on several new accessories that are designed to work with their array of cast iron skillets.
Field Skillet is showing off a leather handle cover that’s hand-stitched and made in the U.S. by Phillip’s Goods. The product is made using a using vegetable-tanned leather that develops over time and with use, creating a darker, more pliable good. It has a suggested retail price of $22.
The company is also showcasing a slotted turner, which is designed with a curve matching the inside radius of the Field Skillet. Made in the U.S. with a walnut handle and stainless steel body, it has a suggested retail price of $25.
Also featured is a cast iron brush that the company notes is designed for both scrubbing and removing food residue. Manufactured by Full Circle Home, the bristles and head are made from recycled plastic. It has a suggested retail price of $8.
The company debuted its newest launch, Field Skillet No. 4, or the breakfast skillet, earlier this year.