Netherton Foundry Loaf Tin

£24.00

A durable, heavy-duty cast black iron loaf tin for baking bread, cakes, and more. It can withstand high temperatures, making it perfect for crusty loaves.

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Product Details

This traditional, heavy-duty tin from Netherton Foundry is made of thick black iron, which means it is virtually indestructible. Thanks to the natural heat-retaining properties of iron, this tin holds heat exceptionally well, allowing for faster cooking and perfect crusts. They’re designed for loaves of bread, but can easily accommodate cakes and other baked goods. Extended sides make it easier to remove from a hot oven. Pre-seasoned with flax oil for a natural easy-release finish that gets better with time as you use and season it. Read our guide to pan seasoning here.

Why we love it

‘One of my go-to pieces of baking equipment. I'm always aiming for the shortest bake at the highest temperature possible—this is because I'm impatient, but also because there's less chance of the bread or cake underbaking or not rising. I'm also looking for a ridiculous amount of caramelisation on top (near burnt!). I don't worry about this pan at high temperatures because I know it’s indestructible and that it will maintain an even temperature across the tin, so you end up with a nice colour all over. I've baked various loaves in it, including babka.’

About The Brand

Netherton Foundry

Netherton Foundry is a small-scale, family-run workshop based in Shropshire that makes cookware using time-honoured methods and materials. Their pots, pans, and select bakeware are made by turning whole plates of raw black iron on a lathe (which is from the 1930s) and shaping them with rods—an industrial process that gives their products an unparalleled lightness while preserving all the advantages of cast iron cookware, such as heat retention and durability. All their cookware is thoroughly pre-seasoned with flax oil for a natural easy-release finish.

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