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Unrestored. Sold as found.
Very early bailed griddle c. 1850-1860 with New England ears, hand wrought iron bail and raised lip. This is probably one of the earliest bailed griddles ever made. The bail on these pieces was made more for storing the piece than it was for hanging over a fire BUT this one is so tight on the shifting it could have been used that way. This is really a display piece, although it could be used if you really wanted to. Piece has some pitting over the whole surface but after 150-170 years I’m impressed it’s this nice. Gate marked on the bottom.
12” 1/2 diameter
No cracks, chips.
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