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    bluskillet ironware

    Has anyone heard of or used these before? I have been looking at the du beyer pans but wanted the cast handle version that they no longer make.

    Then this morning I was reading the WSJ weekend edition and they mentioned these pans. I think they look well made but was looking for anyone with some personal experience.

    http://www.bluskilletironware.com/sh...rench-skillets

    Thanks!

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    $200 for a 10"...Yikes! And they look all beat up--I mean rustic

    Actually they look really cool, but I'll use my deBuyer for the time being. If you buy one, please report back.

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    BTW the cast iron handle De Buyer pans are still available via rakuten from Japan

    http://search.rakuten.co.jp/search/m...%E3%83%BC+5910

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajrh View Post
    BTW the cast iron handle De Buyer pans are still available via rakuten from Japan

    http://search.rakuten.co.jp/search/m...%E3%83%BC+5910
    Thanks! Now I have to decide on sizes and how to navigate the website to make the purchase

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    those look great. they certainly photograph well. too rich for me, tho.

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    Yea, to rich to me too since it seems Rakutan still has the cast handle de Buyer.

    I do like to see small businesses making things like this by hand. When I figure that in the price is more reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill13 View Post

    I do like to see small businesses making things like this by hand. When I figure that in the price is more reasonable.
    perfectly true statement!! preaching to the choir! i love small business, hand made stuff..with history. i get it. (you should see the Axe's i own )

    correction from above. too rich for my wife..me? pfft..i love it. apparently, they are sold out, so other's feel the same way. i think they look cooler than the dubuyer stuff. all hammered.

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