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About Us

29 Years of Experience


Randy and wife Margie, married 30 years, have been in Custom Architectural Iron full time, bringing beautiful custom iron to high end clients for many years. Go to the Gallery to see just some of the work he has done over the years.  NOW Randy is wanting to bring Hand Forged Ironware to your kitchen with cookware that serves a function with amazing style and beauty.  Hand Forged Carbon Steel Pans!

We Truly Care about Design


Randy has always taken special care in attention to details. Our Signature Design is that Randy has countersunk the 3 handle rivets for easier cleaning and the handle has a smooth back side which feels good in the hand.  Randy has designed a riveted bail on the handle for hanging which adds an elegant artistic touch and you will not see this design on any other hand forged pans on the internet.  It takes longer to produce but just had to be part of the design.  Randy said it's the special touches that makes 3 Nail Ironware different than other handcrafted pans and the best carbon steel pans.

Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed


These Hand Forged Carbon Steel Pans are of heirloom quality.  Your family will be able to pass them down several generations.  Remember Grandma's cast iron skillet that everyone wanted.  Cast Iron can break or crack.  These can't!  We know this will become the center of many family meals to come.  Lifetime guarantee repair or replacement on your cookware. 

Hand Forged Ironware for your kitchen

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3 Nail Ironware

P.O. Box 278, Paint Rock, TX 76866, US

(325) 732-4740


Monday - Friday: 9AM–5PM

Saturday: 10AM–1PM

Sunday: closed

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