This beautiful muffin pan was made by the Griswold Manufacturing Co in Erie, Pennsylvania in the 1950’s, and was very popular in its time.
It is marked with “NO. 10 GRISWOLD ERIE PA. U. S. A. 949” on the underside of the cups. There were two variations to this popover pan, one with an open frame, and one with a closed frame. This is the closed frame variation.
It is approx 11-1/4″ long, and 7-1/2″ wide. Each cup is 2-5/8″ in diameter.
The “No. 10” Griswold popover pans also came with pattern number 948, and 15 different variations. If you like to collect all the different variations of a pan, it’s much easier to do this with pattern 949 than 948!
This pan is beautiful and appears to have had little to no use. The usual signs of age and wear are not present. There are some very faint scratches on the underside of 3 of the cups and one dark patch. If not for these, this would be a minty piece!
I have taken lots of pictures, so please click on the magnifying glass to admire this piece in more detail.
I have thoroughly cleaned this lovely pan, and heat-seasoned it with one coat of our special mixture of coconut and canola oils, and beeswax.
It is ready for immediate use or display!