Designed to go from oven to table, the covered Cast-Iron Casserole is an outstanding example of Scandinavian design with its form, organic shape, natural material, and utilitarianism. In addition to having won several design awards, the Cast-Iron Casserole is in the Museum's collection and was featured in Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen, an exhibition mounted by the Museum's department of Architecture and Design in 2010. Made by Iittala of cast iron with a white enamel interior and pressed-wood handle. The detachable wooden handle is used to open the lid and lift the pot. Cast iron is stovetop and oven-safe. Hand-wash only.