This is a lovely old pan! The single notch in the heat ring in combination with the raised “S” on the underside indicates this was likely a Blacklock pan, which was the foundry before it became the Lodge Manufacturing Co.
Blacklock pans usually also have a raised number on the handle, so if this wasn’t late Blacklock, it would be very early Lodge.
This would put the manufacturing of this pan from around the late 1800’s to around 1910.
It is 10-7/8″ wide at the pouring spouts and 14-1/2″ long including the handle. It is suitable for all cooking surfaces!
This pan looks beautiful! It has a lovely black patina, and the cooking surface has only very light signs of use. Please see the pictures.
It has been thoroughly cleaned, and heat-seasoned with one coat of Crisco. It is ready for immediate use!