This antique Griswold Erie #11 skillet is a rare find for any collector. Made of seasoned cast iron and featuring a large block logo 717, this skillet is perfect for cooking on gas stoves. The skillet has a round shape, with spouts and a heat ring for convenience. This piece is 100 years old and has a minor imperfection from years of use. It sits completely flat and can still be used to cook with.
This large skillet has been cleaned and seasoned twice using coconut oil, we have stopped using any seed oils in the seasoning due to the manufacturing process of such oils. Skillet is in nice shape and would be perfect for your collection. No cracks or damage, measures 11 1/4 inches across from pour spouts and 15 1/4 inches from end to end of handle. A perfect example of a great number 8 skillet for your everyday use or add to your collection. Ready to use or add a third coating of seasoning to make this a perfect everyday skillet.
& Company (Stuart & Peterson) 8 quart Cast Iron pot with handle & gate mark measures 9 1/4″ wide and 7 1/2″ inches without the handle and 13 including the handle. Cast Iron has a shiny finish, could be plated? See pictures for better description, very heavy almost 10 lbs.
This antique Hubley cast iron taxi cab has been professionally restored and is a rare find for collectors and enthusiasts alike. With its large size of 8¼ inches, it is a unique piece that exudes art deco charm. Made in the United States in 1920, this vintage toy is sure to impress both boys and girls, and is a great addition to any collection. The cast iron material and detailed design of this taxi cab make it a great decorative item as well. Its featured refinements include A. Williams cast iron toys, and it has not been modified from its original state. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of history with this antique Hubley cast iron taxi cab.
For your consideration is this beautiful old #12 cast iron skillet from Griswold. It features a heat ring along with Griswold’s large block logo and was produced in the 1920’s in Erie, Pennsylvania. Larger skillets like this are difficult to come by. The cooking surface has a few faint pits closer to the helper tab and some very light etching in the center. Still very smooth with some polishing swirls still showing. The bottom has a crisp logo with detailed lettering surrounding it. The handle has a loop for hanging and size number 12 marked on top. Opposite the handle is a helper tab for easy two-handed lifting. This skillet sits flat with subtle movement when the handle is lifted (corrected by a single business card). Does not spin on a glass cooktop. Cleaned with electrolysis and scrubbed to bare iron, then seasoned 3 times. Ready to use or display.
Nice solid original antique toy condition. Has some damage on the rear end.. Must have been in a fender bender. Aside from that it looks pretty good. See pictures to make your own determination on physical condition.