This lovely old bowl was made by the Griswold Manufacturing Co around the 1880’s & 1890’s, before the Griswold logo started appearing on their pans.
It is 11″ in diameter across the interior, and 4-1/2″ tall.
Whilst the exterior walls of the bowl are in excellent shape, there is noticeable pitting in the interior, and the writing on the underside is obscured. The bail handle can also stick a little when it’s down. I have priced this to take the condition into account. Please see the pictures.
You can still cook in this bowl, but it would be equally good for holding candy, car keys or assorted odds and ends.
This bowl has been thoroughly cleaned, and heat-seasoned with one coat of Crisco.
Note: Shipping is estimated for this piece. If actual shipping + handling is less than quoted, you’ll be refunded the difference.