Square Skillet Cookies, square eggs… this is a fun little pan!
It was made by the Griswold Manufacturing Co in Erie, Pennsylvania between 1944-1957. Only 3 sizes of these were produced – No. 3, No. 6 and No. 8. This is the smallest and most scarce of the 3 sizes.
It features the Griswold block logo, with “NO 2103” above, with 2103 being the pattern number, and “SQUARE-FRY SKILLET ERIE PA” below. The writing is crisp and clear.
It has a flat bottom – which means no heat ring, and a grooved handle. It measures 5-7/8″ wide and 10″ long.
This pan has a lovely cooking surface with very few signs of use. The exterior casting is also excellent. There is a rough patch on the underside of the pan. I have taken lots of pictures, so please click on the magnifying glass to look at them closely.
This pan has noticeable movement. I would recommend it only for raised cooking surfaces such as gas burners. It is not suitable for induction cooktops or similar. Of course if you are baking a skillet cookie in the oven, this doesn’t matter one bit!
This pan has been thoroughly cleaned and seasoned with one coat of Crisco. It is ready for immediate use or display!