This is a stunning pan. It’s a vintage, unmarked Lodge No. 6 cast iron skillet, with the classic 3 notch heat ring, and the most beautiful grind marks I have seen in a long time. There is a large “6” on the underside, with the letters “S K” . The letter “H” underneath.
This pan was manufactured by the Lodge Manufacturing Company in South Pittsburgh Tennessee, likely in the 1950s. The Lodge name is not on the pan; it is identified as Lodge by other characteristics. It is in near-mint vintage condition.
It is 13 5/8″ long including the handle, 1 7/8″ high and 9 3/4″ wide at the pouring spouts. The cooking surface is 7 1/2″ in diameter.
The grind marks are stunning, and prominent on both the walls and cooking surface. It has had little, if any, use. There are a couple of prinpricks on the interior walls of the pan, likely caused by air bubbles during the casting process. Please examine the photos closely. The pan sits almost flat. There is a very small movement, but this pan is suitable for all cooking surfaces. This pan is a little heavier than other pans of this size, and it has thicker walls.
This pan has been cleaned to bare iron, and seasoned with our special mixture of coconut and canola oils, and beeswax. It is ready for immediate use or display!