This is a really gorgeous old pan, and in stunning condition for its age! The underside of the pan has a gatemark, and raised letters “9 W”. It is incredibly light for its size. This pan isn’t marked with a logo, this is very common and in keeping with the particularly old pans that had the gatemarks (1800’s).
The cooking surface is fantastic, with prominent grind marks. Aside from a couple of scratches, which will fill in with additional use and seasoning, it appears to have had very little use. Grind marks are also prominent on the walls. The underside has surface pitting consistent with being used on the antique stoves. This pan has history!
This pan is 16 1/2″ long, including the handle and 12 3/4″ wide at the pouring spouts. It is 2 3/16″ high and the cooking surface is approx 11 1/8″. There is a very small amount of movement, but this pan would be suitable for all cooking surfaces!
This gorgeous old skillet has been cleaned to bare iron and seasoned with one coat of Crisco. It is ready for another 100 years of use!