Recently we remodeled the lower level of our home and wanted to mount some antique skis and surround them with pictures of our ski trips. This is a source for learning nuances in the marks and acquiring information about new patent numbers. Only after having it for a few days I realized the pan was a different era. They just about do last forever if you take care of them. Based on that assumption, the easiest way to find a dutch oven to match the lid you have is to head to eBay and browse for a few days.
Duplicate bidder accounts will be deactivated when they are determined to exist. Review some of the processes here. Although the message section deals primarily with maintenance and equipment questions, I used it to find information about your Model 112. They continued manufacturing for another 3 years before closing their doors in Sidney in 1999. The company employed the industrial designer to overhaul the design of Wagner's products in an effort to counter falling sales during the. Hmmm should of listened to mom back then! So, either way you have a vintage piece there.
Is it in the center, at the top, or at the bottom. Wagner is arched and sidney is straight with an 8 at the bottom. I would like to know how old my dutch oven with lid are. Do not make comments designed solely to alienate, disrespect or insult other users. When you spot a piece of cast iron cookery and you want quality, check the bottom for any signs that Wagner Ware manufactured the piece. Research requires the use of the correct terminology.
Q: My wife and I are avid skiers. As of 2014 American Culinary continued to market products branded Wagner, Wagnerware, Magnalite and Griswold. Turns out it was fine and I can still cook in it. Dutch a Oven with glass lid. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Is it possible they were concurrent for different markets? Look for items marked both Wagner and Griswold.
She has operated a small business for more than 20 years. After that One of the best ways to tell is by the font, location, and styling of the logo and trademarks on the bottom of the cookware. Please let me know anything about the age and value. All non paying bidders will be reported to E-Bay. Milton and Bernard started making cast iron skillets in 1881 at their hardware store in Sidney Ohio and were joined a short time later by their brothers, Louis and my Great-great Grandfather William.
The pretty, colorful stuff — read this blog entry for some of the finer points of. However, the end result is still wonderful. We plan on keeping them but would like to know what we have. I got creative with bailing wire and hung it on its side straight up and down. Is it safe to still cook with this pan? After reading the stories of other very satisfied owners of Wagner magnalite products, I think it very interesting to follow the history and legacy of those people involved. All payments must be received within 7 days. Avoid using soap if you can avoid it.
This was known as the WagnerWare Corporation. I agree with you 100%. At the close of the auction, active items will remain open until no bids have been received for three minutes. My recommendation is that you use your Wagner skillet. I use our pieces nearly every day.
The blacking is the seasoning that keeps things from sticking to the skillet when you are cooking. It is a 8 skillet. What information can you provide? Any help would be appreciated. I hope someone can help me. Thanks for all the posting info. T is minor staining from age, use, and storage. You got it right — a craftsman used to sand each one of the pieces of cookware down.