This beautiful old pan is quite a treasure! It was made between 1903-1926, most likely between 1903-1910, in Wapakoneta, OH by the Wapak Hollow Ware Company.
It features the Wapak early logo, and the number 7 on the underside, along with the heat ring.
It is 14-1/4″ long, including the handle, and 10″ across the pouring spouts. There is a small amount of movement when I press firmly on the pouring spouts, about a dime’s worth. You can read more on pan movement here.
This pan is in wonderful condition for being around 100 years old, and likely has another 100 years of use ahead of it.
There are some average signs of use on the cooking surface – superficial scratches and such. These will fill in with additional use and seasoning. This pan will only get better!
I have taken lots of pictures, so please click on the magnifying glass to see them in detail.
It has been thoroughly cleaned, and heat-seasoned with one coat of our special mixture of coconut and canola oils, and beeswax. It is ready for immediate use or display!