Dating wagner cast iron skillet
Be sure to check for warping before purchasing one of these pans.
It may not be a collector's item, but if it's not warped then it still performs with the reliability of a good, solid piece of iron cookware.
When brand-new, these pans were sold in boxed sets: These photos were posted by Stephen Robinson to the Cast Iron Cooking group on June 21, 2014.
You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.
Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.
Several aspects of this "Wagner's 1891 Original" pan provide evidence that this is of modern-day manufacture as opposed to the antique design.
Here is the current design of the Wagner cast iron skillet logo as displayed on the Web site for the American Culinary Corporation: Modern Wagner Cast Iron Skillet Meanwhile, the Cast Iron Collector Web site provides photos of many genuine vintage cast iron pans from the early days of Wagner Manufacturing, including photos of actual Wagner skillets from the 1890s: If you see this pan being sold as a "vintage antique" at a high price, be sure to laugh out loud and point it out!