in the making

Our new 2023 Signature Series cast iron cookware features lighter, perfectly balanced pans, pre-seasoned with Kosher-certified non-GMO flaxseed oil.

Prepare unforgettable meals for years to come with your Victoria Signature Series cookware.

Introducing Victoria Signature Series

Introducing Victoria Signature Series

10-inch Polished Skillet


Limited time: 10% OFF with code BEST10

12-inch Polished Skillet


Limited time: 10% OFF with code BEST10

13-inch Polished Paella Skillet


Limited time: 10% OFF with code BEST10

the victoria promise

Not just the looks, we got the goods

1Indestructible material

Our trademarked spherrous iron won’t crack or break.

2Seasoned to perfection

Preseasoned with 3 layers of Kosher-certified non-GMO flaxseed oil. Seasoning you can use out of the box, without risk of PFOAs.

3Timeless craftsmanship

3 generations of experience infused with modernity to last a lifetime. Casting has been in our blood since 1939.


4The Perfect Texture

Better seasoning adhesion than polish finishes, and still excellent food release right out of the box. We CNC machine, and then sand blast in order to give it a slight smooth texture that will build seasoning in no time.

5Intentional details

From precision pour spouts to slow to heat handles, nothing is overlooked

6Coolness you can feel

Neck vent keeps handle cooler on the stove

Frequently Asked Questions

What is your SIGNATUREsoft Finish?

After years of testing different surface finishes, we landed on the best surface for ease of use and seasoning.

We love polished finishes too, they're reminiscent of vintage cast iron and they offer a very satisfying out-of-the-box experience. But the reality is that polish finishes are more finicky when it comes to seasoning and maintenance. One bacon-frying-fiasco and the whole seasoning can get stripped.

The reason is science: completely polished pans don’t have microscopic peaks and valleys for seasoning to cling to. This means that a fully polished pan will generally be more susceptible to flaking and stripping than surfaces with some texture.

At the same time, we prefer a skillet that isn’t pebbly and sandpapery. Pebbly surfaces can be hard to cook with, and can take years to feel smooth enough to handle delicate foods such as eggs.

That’s why we found the best way to create just enough texture is to actually machine it down smooth, and then purposefully add a slight texture by sand blasting.

Thus, SIGNATUREsoft was born. A satisfyingly soft, yet tactically textured finish.

With a SIGNATUREsoft skillet, you get the best of both worlds: an easy-release surface out of the box, and a slight texture that makes it easier to build seasoning, and is more forgiving when it comes to cooking temperature.

Why Flaxseed oil?

We tested over a dozen different oils and fats for best performance out of the box. Flaxseed oil, when done correctly, has always tested as the best oil for base layers. This due to several factors:

1) Polymerization: Flaxseed oil is a drying oil, which means it undergoes polymerization more readily than non-drying oils like grapeseed oil, another popular seasoning oil. This property allows it to form a durable, hard, and non-stick seasoning layer on cast iron.

2) Smoke point: Flaxseed oil has a lower smoke point (around 225°F or 107°C). While this may be a disadvantage for cooking, it's actually beneficial for the seasoning process. The lower smoke point allows the oil to polymerize at lower temperatures, creating a strong bond with the cast iron surface.

3) Fat composition: Flaxseed oil is high in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fatty acid, which is relatively stable compared to the polyunsaturated fats found in grapeseed oil and other popular seasoning oils. This stability can result in a more durable and long-lasting seasoning on your cast iron cookware.

4) Food safety: Flaxseed oil, when properly polymerized, forms a stable and safe surface for cooking. The polymerized layer reduces the risk of oxidation and the formation of harmful free radicals during cooking, ensuring a healthier cooking experience.

Where is your cast iron made?

Our cast iron and handle inserts are proudly made in Medellin, Colombia – in the same neighborhood where our story started over 80 years ago after 16-year-old Raul Mejia decided to buy a small casting operation. 

We melt, cast and season all of our iron in-house.

We make all the inserts in our own factory as well.

Our Flaxseed oil is made in Europe.

Our USA office is in Miami, FL.

What is your warranty?


Victoria warrants its authentic cookware to be free of craftsmanship defects for life from the date of purchase. Warranty does not cover damage due to misuse (including improper heating, use, alterations, cleaning, rust) or commercial use.

This warranty does not cover staining, discoloration, rust, scratching or other signs of wear and tear (such as the wear, neglect, or mistreatment of seasoning). If, upon inspection, Victoria determines that a product has a manufacturing defect, Victoria will repair or replace the product, at Victoria's option, without charge to the customer.

This warranty is limited to the original consumer with proof of purchase and is not transferable. If the product was not purchased new from an authorized dealer, distributor, or representative of the manufacturer, this warranty is null and void. Any warranty replacement will be shipped only to country of purchase.

To begin a warranty claim, please contact us using the contact form.

What oil do you recommend using for daily maintenance and seasoning?

According to our lab tests, the best oil for setting in a nice, tough seasoning is flaxseed oil. For this reason, we use 100% flaxseed oil to season our pans before they make their way to your home.

But 100% flaxseed oil can be pricey, which is why, on a personal level, we at Victoria use filtered coconut oil for daily maintenance after cooking, washing and drying. It won’t change the flavor of your food and does a great job of maintaining the seasoning. After cooking, washing and drying, rub a very thin layer of oil on the inside. Place on the stovetop on medium to high heat until the oil starts smoking a little bit. Shut off the stove and wipe off any excess oil with a natural cotton towel (make sure it is 100% natural fiber towel because if it has any % of synthetic material, you will melt a nice thin plastic pancake right onto your pan ). You can also use a paper towel, but those sometimes leave behind bits of paper.

Some people like to season using other vegetable oils (such as corn, canola, etc), Crisco or shortening – these are all valid choices and, ultimately, they come down to personal preference.

Note that some oils will smoke more once you turn up the heat. Always research smoking points for oils you wish to use for seasoning, and prepare your kitchen for ventilation.


Glamour Shots

Introducing Victoria Signature Series

Introducing Victoria Signature Series

10-inch Polished Skillet


Limited time: 10% OFF with code BEST10

12-inch Polished Skillet


Limited time: 10% OFF with code BEST10

13-inch Polished Paella Skillet


Limited time: 10% OFF with code BEST10