HERMITAGE, Pa. (WKBN) – A company in Mercer County has a new take on making iron skillets.
Hallman Originals began when the A. Stucki company, which serves the railroad industry, purchased a foundry for the business. The CEO wanted to found out if the foundry could create things besides railroad parts.
It turns out that they could, and the result is a line of iron skillets that can be handed down as family heirlooms.
All of the pans are hand-cast and hand-finished in the company foundry in North Carolina.
You can see some of the pans on display at O’Neill Coffee in West Middlesex.
For more information, visit www.hallman-originals.com.