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Lodge Cast Iron

Revolutionize the way you cook with Blacklock triple seasoned cast iron cookware.

Named after the original Lodge Cast Iron foundry, Blacklock blends heritage with a new triple seasoned finish and lightweight design.

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Experience the ultimate culinary journey.

What happens when you combine more than 120 years of tradition with a passionate spirit for innovation? Cookware that celebrates its rich history and improves the way you cook.


Triple seasoned

  • Three layers of seasoning for a natural, nonstick finish
  • Exceptional flavor and simplified cleanup

Lightweight cast iron

  • Proprietary recipe of iron, cast thin
  • Reinvented to lift, carry, and handle with ease

Durable craftsmanship

  • Quality cookware that's trusted to last for generations
  • Extended, raised handles add comfort and stay cooler longer

Unparalleled versatility

  • Resilient and adaptive cookware
  • Use on any stovetop, oven, grill, or open flame

Explore the
Blacklock story.

Each piece of Blacklock has been linked to a date in Lodge history. Cast into the iron, these dates serve as reminders of our roots. As we introduce the revolutionary new Blacklock line, we hold our past close to our hearts and look ahead toward the future.

Join us as we adventure through three centuries to tell the story of the original Lodge Foundry.

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1863 Sketch of the 7 Inch Skillet Man holding a skillet

Blacklock *63* 7 Inch Skillet

This cast iron skillet marks the year 1863, when Joseph Lodge left his Pennsylvania home in search of work, where he soon began training as a machinist.

Just as this skillet celebrates the beginning of our journey, it's the perfect vessel to use as you welcome each new day with a hearty breakfast.

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1896 Sketch of the 10.25 Inch Skillet Man holding a skillet

Blacklock *96* 10.25 Inch Skillet

This skillet commemorates 1896, the year Joseph Lodge converted an abandoned foundry in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, to the thriving Blacklock Foundry.

Today, the favorite 10.25 Inch Skillet has been reimagined with the perfect fusion of tradition and innovation. Use as your everyday pan for all your favorite, go-to recipes.

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1910 Sketch of the 14 Inch Skillet Man holding a skillet

Blacklock *10* 14.5 Inch Skillet

The year 1910 saw both devastation and hope, as the Blacklock foundry burned to the ground, only to be reborn as Lodge Cast Iron.

Much like Joseph Lodge's resiliency and determination to revive the company, this durable cast iron skillet is made to handle heat, large dishes, and challenging recipes.

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1939 Sketch of the 12 Inch Skillet Man holding a skillet

Blacklock *39* 12 Inch Skillet

The versatility of this skillet symbolizes the resourcefulness of Lodge Cast Iron during the Great Depression. The company made it successfully to 1939, the end of the economic downturn.

As a company, Lodge adapted and thrived, and this Blacklock skillet adapts to any stovetop, oven, grill, or open flame. Sear pork tenderloin, roast veggies, and bake a decadent blueberry pie with this skillet.

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1965 Sketch of the 12 Inch Grill Pan Man holding a grill pan

Blacklock *65* 12 Inch Grill Pan

Lodge's dedication to state-of-the-art innovation is celebrated with this grill pan.

Just as Lodge improved production with automation in 1965, this grill pan improves your cooking capabilities. Get perfect grill marks on juicy steaks, chicken, and veggies without leaving the comfort of your kitchen.

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1977 Sketch of the 10x20 Double Burner Griddle Man holding a griddle

Blacklock *77* 10 x 20 Inch
Double Burner Griddle

What better way to celebrate two moments in our history than with a versatile cast iron double burner griddle? In 1877, Joseph married his wife, Anna Elizabeth, and a hundred years later, their grandson reconstructed the foundry and kept workers employed through a tough economic time.

Use this double burner griddle to make delectable French toast, grilled brie and bacon sandwiches, and tasty flank steaks.

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2002 Sketch of the 5.5 Quart Dutch Oven Man holding a dutch oven

Blacklock *02* 5.5 Quart Dutch Oven

The Blacklock Dutch Oven celebrates the year Lodge debuted foundry seasoned cast iron cookware—an innovation that's now an industry standard since 2002.

Thanks to a special blend of iron, Lodge is once again reinventing cast iron cookware with Blacklock. This Dutch oven is lightweight and made to slow-roast meats and simmer soups and stews.

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1863 7 Inch Skillet 1896 10.25 Inch Skillet 1910 14.5 Inch Skillet 1939 12 Inch Skillet 1965 12 Inch Grill Pan 1977 Double Burner Griddle 2002 Dutch Oven

Great food leads to great memories.

Gather the family around the table to share delicious entrees, sweet desserts, and more. Just like Blacklock, these mealtime moments will last a lifetime.

Blacklock *63* 7 Inch Skillet

Blackberry Orange Tart for Two

Blacklock *96* 10.25 Inch Skillet

Spaghetti Carbonara

Blacklock *10* 14.5 Inch Skillet

Chicken and Chorizo Paella

Blacklock *39* 12 Inch Skillet

Pancetta Stuffed Airline Chicken Breast with Roasted Garlic Potatoes

Blacklock *65* 12 Inch Grill Pan

Grilled Lobster Tails with Lemon Garlic Butter

Blacklock *77* 10 x 12 Inch Double Burner Griddle

Pepper Crusted Skirt Steak with Leeks

Blacklock *02* 5.5 Quart Dutch Oven

Garlic and White Wine Clams

Blacklock *63* Two 7 Inch Skillets

Boursin Garlic Swirls

Blacklock *96* 10.25 Inch Skillet

Pan-seared Salmon with Raspberry Basil Sauce

Blacklock *39* 12 Inch Skillet

Sweet Potato and Sage Biscuits

Blacklock *10* 14.5 Inch Skillet

Shrimp Pesto Pizza

Blacklock *65* 12 Inch Grill Pan

Espresso Rubbed Bone-in Pork Chops

Blacklock *77* 10 x 20 Inch Double Burner Griddle

Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast With Strawberries and Mint

Blacklock *02* 5.5 Quart Dutch Oven

Korean Fried Chicken

Take care of your Blacklock cast iron, and it'll last for generations.

Washing by hand


by hand. Use a small amount of soap, as needed.

Drying with a paper towl


thoroughly with a lint-free cloth or paper towel.

Example of surface being oiled


the surface of the pan with a very light layer of cooking oil while warm.

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Available online at Lodge Cast Iron.

Reinvent the way you cook with Blacklock.

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