Crane is a British design and manufacturing company, specialising in professional cookware and accessories. Our products are made in Europe & Japan, using high grade materials. We will be introducing a range of everyday use 3-ply stainless steel pans designed by Felix de Pass in 2017, a double grill pan designed by Inga Sempé as well as new accessories.
Crane have teamed up with Japanese glassware specialists Toyo-Sasaki Glass. Crane x TSG glassware can be seen in restaurants, cafes and bars including XU, Neo Bistro, Scout London, Bistrotheque, Trishna, Ace Hotel, April's Cafe & Hoppers and is available through selected retailers including Margaret Howell, Another Country & La Fromagerie. Distributed exclusively by Crane x TSG. For wholesale and contract enquiries please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Crane cast iron products are finished with a specially formulated matt black enamel inside and out. Originally developed for use in commercial kitchens, the specific properties of this high-quality enamel finish improve our products' resistance to thermal shocks and scratches making our pans virtually indestructible. Ideal for sautéing, caramelizing, searing, braising and baking. The products will gradually “burn in” as they are used & will take on a brownish patina.
Crane pots and pans have a high performance, naturally healthy cooking surface, free from Cadmium, Lead, PFOAs & PTFEs making it an environmentally responsible material that, with proper care, will last a lifetime.
Our cast iron pans are made using up to 30% recycled (scrap iron) material. Enamel is made from pure natural materials such as steel, quartz, feldspar, borax, soda ash, clay and potash - making our products 100% recyclable. Enamelled cast iron is long lasting, doesn't produce environmental toxins and its excellent heat conduction properties make it ideal for cookware. We use plain unprinted Kraft board & paper based tapes to package our products ensuring easy recycling/reuse.
Our products conform to
Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 of the European parliament (contact with food).
ISO 2747 (resistance to thermal shock).
CE No. 1935/2004.