This is a beautiful pan.
Made by the Griswold Manufacturing Company in Erie, Pennsylvania between 1920 and 1930, it’s the second-largest skillet made by Griswold (#20, the hotel skillet, is the largest).
This pan features an assist handle, and a heat ring and the Griswold large block logo on the underside of the pan. Above the logo is “CAST IRON SKILLET 14” and underneath is “ERIE PA., U.S.A.” and the pattern number, which is 718. The writing is crisp and clear.
It measures 16-7/16″ across the pouring spouts and it is 2-3/8″ tall. It is 21″ long, including the handle. This pan is suitable for all cooking surfaces.
This skillet is in wonderful condition. The original grinding marks are prominent on the interior walls and the cooking surface only has very light signs of use. Please examine the photos closely by clicking on the magnifying glass.
This pan has been thoroughly cleaned and seasoned with one coat of our special seasoning, made from coconut and canola oils, and beeswax.
It is ready for immediate use or display!
This pan comes with Free Shipping