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Cast Iron Skillet 8 inch Lodge Made in Tennessee, SK Number 5

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8 inch cast iron vintage skillet. Made by Lodge Manufacturing Co. in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, USA. This cast iron skillet is not an antique, but is vintage. This Lodge skillet was made between 1960 ("Made in USA" mark first used) and 1993 (heat ring last used). Marked on bottom: 5 SK Made in USA D This skillet has been seasoned before, but has not been used for several years. It is clean and ready to be re-seasoned before you use it. Cast iron cookware is a part of everyone's heritage, whether we know it or not, but is still used extensively in the South. I have collected and used cast iron cookware for over 40 years, and am now beginning to find new homes for some of the pieces in my collection. Size: about 8 inches diameter; 1.75 inches deep; handle 4.5 inches long. Condition: Excellent. Not cracked or warped. No built-up crust. USPS Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Consider making more than one purchase to save on shipping. Please take a moment to read the Seller Policies for more information.
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