6qt. Dutch Oven
There are few pieces of cookware as versatile as the Dutch Oven. The Marquette Castings Dutch Oven is designed to work flawlessly from oven to stove top to tabletop. Cast iron’s heat retention is ideal for many cooking processes. The simple shape of the round Dutch oven is as versatile as the material. No cooking surface has all the qualities of an enamel finish, non-stick, non-toxic, easy to clean, beautiful and durable. Built to last a lifetime - Warrantied to last a lifetime.
- Interior capacity: 6 Quarts
- Overall height with lid: 6 ½”
- Overall height with lid in storage position: 5”
- Pot height: 4 5/8”
- Exterior diameter: 11 1/16”
- Exterior diameter with handles: 13 5/8”
- Interior diameter (top): 10 5/8”
- Interior diameter (bottom): 9 ¼”
- Interior height: 4 3/8”
- Total weight: 13.57 LBS
- Box dimensions: 16” x 16” x 6”
- Cast in Hebei China
THE MARQUETTE CASTINGS DIFFERENCE
Our pre-design research comes from real consumers who have real experiences with existing products. It is these experiences that drive our design goals and improvements. Real users tell us what they like and what they don’t.
Incremental improvement sometimes takes monumental changes to the production process. To create a more functional handle on our no. 12 Skillet, we introduced a machining process after casting to create the final shape, an unheard of step in cookware production.
High quality cast iron has a smooth finish. Period. If a manufacturer leaves a rough finish on the products, it is because they don’t care enough to make sure it is finished correctly before it leaves the factory. Our enamel finishes are among the most vibrant and durable in the world.
behind the brand
Marquette Castings founders have spent their entire life in Michigan and visited nearly every town from Alanson to Zeeland. When the trio had a vision to create innovative cookware designs using a classic material, Michigan’s Iron town was the first name to come to mind. The Lower Harbor Ore Dock is the inspiration for our shield shape. This iconic monolith is likely the most recognizable structure in Marquette. The Mountain shape within the shield does not represent Michigan’s diminutive porcupine mountains, rather the shape of iron ore stacked in piles. While we are not located in Marquette, all Marquette Castings products are designed from scratch in our Royal Oak Michigan Headquarters.
With a high heat capacity, cast iron doesn’t lose stored heat when food is added. This property makes cast iron ideal for searing, browning and simmering.
Unlike other cookware, raw cast iron doesn’t rely on advanced coatings that can wear, chip and flake off. Iron is much harder than other metals used for cookware.
Made from 3 basic elements (Iron, Carbon, Silicon) you can be assured that cast iron is one of the safest choices of cookware available.
No type of cookware is more versatile. Cast Iron can be used for nearly every meal and cooking method.