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Partially restored – but seasoned.
We’ve seen other pieces like this under the Swain name and I wonder if this one was cast by them for a private client as it is almost identical but with a different name on it. It will be a great display piece, but it could easily still be used. Made between 1890-1910
and almost certainly English in origin (Swain was an English foundry). Basically this a hanging skillet with a hand peened ring for hanging and a single triangular pour spout. Steel bail is attached via peans to the pan itself. Cooking surface is typical of these hanging skillets and has some texture. Has three short stub legs on the bottom. It is only partially restored as while we were cleaning it we found a hairline crack in the wall – so w e just brought it up to usable shape and will sell it cheap.
Bottom is marked “13” then has three letters in a triangular logo that seem to say “JDB”
13” diameter ~ 1” 3/4 deep.
Cleaned via lye method, hand buffed and seasoned with 3 layers of non-GMO canola oil.
Has a crack as mentioned above.
As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied. (Please see return policy)