Cast Iron Pans Shaped Like U.S. States

I just found my new favorite kitchen accessory: “Made In America” Pans, created by Alisa Toninato of FeLion Studios. She has created cast iron skillets in the shape of all 48 states in the contiguous U.S. (sorry, Alaska and Hawaii). Individually, the pans are beautiful, bespoke creations, but it’s even more impressive to see all 48 assembled together. Visit FeLion Studios for more information or to purchase a pan (or 48).




7 Responses to “Cast Iron Pans Shaped Like U.S. States”

  1. Katie says:

    Perfect for the panhandle states.

  2. Joel says:

    Should have actually used the Oklahoma panhandle as, you know, the panhandle. And I mention on Oklahoma because it’s the only state that actually looks like a pan/pot with a handle.

  3. Lisa says:

    Bravo! Bravo! Bravo! This is amazing and yes it should be in the Smithsonian Institute!

  4. linda gibson says:

    Ha ha to Katie about the panhandle states.
    Just watching on Martha stewart as she is introducing the
    artist and the map/art.
    Your remark made me smile.

  5. pat gutierrez says:

    How much is California and how long dose it take to get it.. and with one is wide enough to make steaks on.

  6. angela gibbs says:

    wher can I purchase NY and how much does it cost. Thanks.

  7. lew says:

    how much do they cost i need a michigan one

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