2 Quart Cast Iron Pot


Due to their construction these pots will often have a variety of cosmetic imperfections such as uneven rims, small spots due to incomplete casting, and uneven wall widths. These imperfections are difficult to capture in pictures and will vary from pot to pot. If you are looking for a pot free from any or all of these imperfections please call us at 1-800-338-1665 before you order (fees may apply).

Smaller version of our popular 5 Quart cast iron cooking pot. Good 18th century style. Unpainted ready to season. Almost 6" tall and weighs about 6-1/2 lbs. Hand forged bail. Made in USA. Need a lid? Our 2 Quart Cast iron Pot Lid fits perfectly and helps to keep food hot and free of ashes. Made in USA

Item # CP-733

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Gene Visneski

Very nice cast iron pot, I was worried about it being to small but for me it is perfect, I figure one could prepare a meal for 2 using this pot. I also bought the lid which is a nice addition and it fit perfectly, will also be nice for cooking not to mention it makes this pot look Awesome! Well worth the price!

D Law
Great Little Pot for Side Dishes

My husband bought this little pot for me for Christmas last year. I have wanted one of these since I saw it in your videos. It is kind of small and is good for stews, soups, and side dishes. We used it while camping over the summer. I used it to heat up refried beans by our campfire. It did an awesome job and was easy to clean.

Perfectly Unique

This little pot gets talked about a lot at home. I got it for campfire cooking and on an outdoor gas range. Baked beans! Now it's also being used today to pass out candy for Halloween - compliments to the look of it. It is beautifully period, it is a unique, crafted item - it is clearly not machine made.

The main thing I love most (handmade craft and unique imperfection) also holds back the fifth star because the craftsman left some work for me to do. The pot was cast in real sand or earth, and it shows that texture and evidence of the casting process. I personally ENJOYED PREPARING/SEASONING this pot for use.

I recommend spending a little time sanding or grinding the interior of the pot to smooth the surface a little and knock down any casting seam. Not entirely necessary and not needing to be perfect since this isn't a fry pan, but it helps with beans and cleanup after use. =)