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Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches

Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches
Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches
Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches
Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches
Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches
Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches
Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches

Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches
Never seen another like it! This cast iron roller is large, measuring at 25.5×2.5 inches. The roller has some wear, especially on one side where it was resting. Unsure if it is cleanable. Overall, this piece is really unique! Anson’s Antiques is a family run, multigenerational store with 10+ years of experience. All products are listed to the best of our knowledge and ability. Thank you for helping our small business of curated treasures!
Large Cast Iron Rolling Pin Industrial Antique Baking 25.5 Inches

FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT

FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT

FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT
Made in the USA! These are on par with the quality of the Griswold-Erie-Wagners of the same period! And grossly overlooked by the collectors market. Very finely cast (see the edge of the pan next to the edge of a US nickel in the pics). Hand polished at the factory. Measures a whopping 13.25″ across and just shy of 2.5″ Deep. Very light for its size (6.4lbs). Set on top of a marble table; no spin or wobble here. Amazing pre-seasoned; ready-to-go condition! This is as much wall art as it is a functional piece! This article will cover :Who made Favorite Piqua Ware? Is Favorite Piqua Ware cast iron any good? The History of Favorite Stove and Range and the company’s predecessors. How to date and identify Favorite Piqua Ware, Miami, and Puritan logos. Favorite Stove and Range Co. However, the company ramped up and focused on hollowware. The foundry was located in Piqua, Miami County, Ohio. The favorite Stove and Range Co. Manufactured a full line of. This included: skillets, griddles, Dutch Ovens, kettles, Scotch bowls. Gem pans and waffle irons. The company had several lines of branded cookware which included Favorite Piqua Ware, Miami, Puritan (for Sears Roebuck). Who made Favorite Piqua Ware? The Favorite Piqua Ware vintage cast iron is often in great shape and still usable even on modern stoves, including induction. So who made Favorite Piqua Ware? Favorite Piqua was manufactured by the Favorite Stove & Range Co. The predecessor to the Favorite Stove & Range Co. And Anchor Iron Works. The company focused on the manufacture of ironware. They also had interests in another foundry called Anchor Iron Works, located in Cincinnati. Like many foundries, W. Did not focus on any one product. Instead, they manufactured a wide range of metalware. And Anchor Iron Works together manufactured a wide range of metalware. Davis manufactured metal coffins called the Fisk’s Metallic Burial Case under license. Although you can still find W. Davis cast iron, it is much harder to find. If you have a piece of cast iron made by the company, you have a real piece of history. Cast iron can still be found occasionally for sale. Pots and skillets may have a distinctive single pouring spout instead of the double pouring spouts standard today. And keep an eye out for kettles that occasionally come up for sale. Renamed to Great Western Stove works. Davis & Co was renamed Great Western Stove Works. And underwent a series of ongoing restructuring efforts. Iron and the casket business to Martin Hale Crane and J. The Great Western Stove Works to Favorite Stove Works. William Boal takes control. After the retirement of William Davis in 1880, a partner named William Boal had a controlling financial interest renames the company from Great Western Stove Works to Favorite Stove Works. The rise of the Favorite Stove & Range Co. The move from Cincinnati to Piqua. Boal moved from Cincinnati to Piqua and formed the. Favorite Stove and Range Company on the 1st of July, 1888. By 1889 the foundry become operational and began. The growth of Favorite Stove & Range Co. The Favorite Stove & Range Co. The city also became affectionately known as the Favorite City. Even by today’s standard, the company’s foundry was on a massive scale. The foundry was located on ten acres of land. It also employed 550 to 600 people when the foundry became established. Favorite Stove and Range had such an impact on the area. That several other companies adopted Favorite in their company name. New leadership and expansion of manufacturing hollowware. In 1916 Willian King Boal passed on. And the son of Willian Stanhope Boal took over his father’s interests. It was Stanhope Boal who ramps up cast iron hollow ware production. The fall of Favorite Stove and Range. In 1919 a labor strike hit the firm. During this strike, workers demanded an extra 25 percent increase in wages. The strikes lasted for eleven days. Stanhope Boal remained president until 1923. For the next five years, the company had three other presidents. Katker became the final president for Favorite Stove & Range Co. Sales declined in the 1930s because of the Great Depression. Unfortunately, Favorite Stove & Range were not alone, and most foundries during this time struggled. The passing of Willian Stanhope Boal. On December 17th, 1933, Willian S. Favorite Stove & Range Co. In 1935 the company liquidated. And Chicago Hardware Foundry bought the patterns and machinery. Post WW2 and the drop in demand. After restructuring, Katker renamed the company to Favorite Manufacturing Company. However, the company operated on a much smaller scale. They produced coal and wood ranges, gas cooking stoves, and hollowware. But molding was outsourced to the Champion Foundry Company, also located in Piqua. In 1958 the company stopped operation due to the post WW2 decline in demand. Produced skillets, so it is not unreasonable to think Favorite Stove and Range did as well. It’s also impossible to give an accurate date of manufactured cast iron by looking at the logos. And what logos are older. But if we look at the style and font used on the cookware, we can estimate what logos are older. Identify and date your Favorite Stove & Range cast iron. Block Favorite Piqua Ware. Favorite Piqua Ware the best to cook in. Favorite Piqua Ware smile. Stylized Favorite Piqua Ware in block writing. Sunrise logo, Favorite Piqua Ware, Favorite Stoves and Ranges. Favorite = Piqua Ware. Favorite Piqua Ware smiley with vertical diamond Miami. Puritan logo (private label for Sears Roebuck).
FLAT EXTRA LARGE 13 Antique Cast Iron Skillet Pan Favorite Piqua Ware Ohio FLAT

Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell

Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell

Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell
This antique cast iron upright bell, number 1 and was cast in 1886. Look at photos for condition. This bell sound rings awesome!! Loud The large bell is ideal for use in a school or church setting, This bell has been previously used, but its condition does not detract from its beauty and functionality. The brand is Crystal and it is a type of school bell. The bell is perfect for collectors, It was manufactured in the United States and its size is large. Its material is cast iron, and it is suitable for occasions such as school or church events. The bell falls under the categories of collectibles, decorative collectibles, and bells. One of the questions we often hear from bell owners is,’who made my bell’? Cast in Hillsboro Ohio by The C. Bell Company for J. Haven Company of Cincinnati Ohio, the bell shown below represents the tens of thousands of bells cast by The C. Bell that had others names on the yoke or no name at all! Why would that be? Bell and his son Charles Elliott C. Bell dominated the Bell business for 50 years from 1870 to 1920. They did it by creating an environment that attracted talented, creative individuals. Just as important was branding their bells’Crystal Metal’, their secret formula. Bell bells with their own name on the yoke.
Rare 1886 C. S. Cast Iron Upright #1 Crystal Metal Large School/ Church Bell