The ERIE pans were the first line of pans made by the Griswold Manufacturing Co in Erie, Pennsylvania. This is a Third Series ERIE, which means it was made between 1892-1905. This pan is between 114-127 years old!
It features the ‘ “ERIE” ‘ logo on the underside, with an outer heat ring, the number 7, and the pattern 702.
It is 14-3/4″ long, and the cooking surface is 8-1/8″ in diameter. It is suitable for all cooktops!
This pan is beautiful! The usual pitting one finds on older pans is absent, and the cooking surface has only very light signs of use. There are some tool marks on the exterior rim, and the markings on the underside are becoming a little faint. These are all very superficial, but I like to be thorough!
I have taken lots of pictures, so please look at them closely by clicking on the magnifying glass.
This beautiful piece of history has been thoroughly cleaned, and seasoned with one coat of Crisco. It is ready for immediate use or display!