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bare iron here was cleaned and a fresh coat of seasoning added, but the enamel has been left as found and perfect.
I’ve NEVER seen another of these. True collector piece with as perfect enamel as you can hope to find.. If it hadn’t been for the shamrock logo on this piece I probably would never have been able to identify this piece but the logo is that of the Portland Stove Foundry of Portland ME. This is a 7 cup abelskiver (or apple pancake pan as some called it) in design although many will call it a poaching pan – and with enameled interior they might just be right. Portland Stove operated from 1877 until 1984. This pan based on it’s style was made between 1877-1900. It is bottom gated with 2 gates on the cups at the bottom.
Marked: “1” on the handle, with the shamrock logo next to it and there is a number 1 on the underside
8” 1/8 diameter (excluding handle). Handle is roughly 8” long.
No cracks, chips. Gate marked. Does not sit flat. Cooking surface is enameled and almost perfect – outstanding for its age.
As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied. (Please see return policy)