If you want your eggs to fit perfectly on your toast, this is the breakfast skillet for you!
This is a stunning pan!
Made by the Griswold Manufacturing Co in Erie, Pennsylvania in the 1940’s, it features the Griswold large block logo, with “COLONIAL BREAKFAST SKILLET” above it, and “COLONIAL BREAKFAST SKILLET ERIE PA. U.S.A. PATENT APPLIED FOR 666″ where 666 is the pattern number.
It has 3 compartments, and is 9” square.
This pan has a small amount of movement when you press firmly on the bottom left and top right corners. A folded piece of paper stabilizes this. In my opinion, this pan will be wonderful on all cooking surfaces.
It’s in gorgeous condition. The cooking surface has a beautiful glossy, black patina, with no signs of use. The underside has a couple of faint casting marks, likely from sands shifting in the mold.
I have thoroughly cleaned this pan, and heat seasoned it with one coat of Crisco. It is ready for immediate use or display!