Made by the Griswold Manufacturing Company in Erie, Pennsylvania between 1906-1912, this No. 10 cast iron skillet is a beautiful antique.
This pan features the Griswold slant logo with the number “10” above it, and the word “ERIE” below, as well as the pattern, 716.
It is 12-5/8″ wide at the pouring spouts and 16-1/2″ long, including the handle. It sits flat.
This pan is in excellent condition, amazing given it’s over 100 years old! The cooking surface has some superficial signs of use, a couple of light scratches and areas of textural variation. These will fill in with additional use and seasoning. This pan will only get better!
The underside has some pinpricks, likely air bubbles during the casting process, and and the pattern number is starting to fade a little. Please examine the photos closely by clicking the magnifying glass.
This pan is going to be a wonderful cooker. It has been seasoned with one coat of our special mixture of coconut & canola oils, and beeswax and is ready for immediate use or display!