Vintage Victor cast iron skillet, made by Griswold in Erie PA around 1910. Measures 10" across, 15" including handle, and is 1.75" deep. Victors are known for being slightly shallower than standard Griswold pans. This pan has a heat ring and is marked VICTOR, 722, 8 on the bottom and has no markings on the top side
Vintage estate find in excellent condition. It has been professionally restored via electrolysis and given multiple coats of seasoning with grapeseed oil. Sits flat, no chips or cracks. No rust pitting. There are a few small dimples known as casting flaws and light utensil marks from use over the years. A beautiful skillet for use or display!