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Nice unmarked French loaf pan attributed to the Barstow Stove Co of Providence, RI. Barstow existed for just about 100 years starting inn 1836 and folding in the 1930s. This gem pan certainly was made after 1859 (when Nate Waterman patented the gem pan). A great user or display piece (and a really cool one for anyone who likes Barstow or RI made iron). Great for rolls, brownies, cookies, candy making or even making soap. In New England Style with raised markings. Open frame gap between cups for even heat distribution. Very nicely cast and polished. Really a quality piece.
Marked: in raised letters “Patent” on one handle, and “Applied” on the other.
14” x 8” x 1” 1/2 deep/
Cleaned via lye method, hand buffed and seasoned with 3 layers of non-GMO canola oil.
No cracks, or chips. Wobbles, as typical of bakeware (which was not designed for a dead flat surface) on the short axis when tested on a sheet of glass. Outstanding smoothness to the casting.
As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied. (Please see return policy)