Chasseur was established in France in 1924, and has been supplying us with brilliant cookware ever since! Chasseur adopted the prehistoric technique called foundry to produce their cast iron products. Foundry involves using a cast made of sand, and molten cast iron is poured into the mould. Once the new pot is pulled out of the mould, the mould is destroyed! This creates a unique pot, every single time.
Chasseur cookware (including stainless steel products) is all still made in France, and is distributed worldwide. Here at Sauvage Urbain we offer 2 ranges of Chasseur, the cast iron range Classique, and the stainless steel range Escoffier.
Click the links below to see more about these 2 ranges!