9″ Grilling Skillet from Lodge Cast Iron – A 125-Year Old American Company

We don’t know the age of this grilling skillet, which was designed to help sear meats while keeping them above the pan’s grease during the cooking process.  The Lodge Cast Iron company is still in business in Tennessee, but their grill pans all appear to be square now, rather than round.

This grilling skillet features a heavy-duty handle with a notch that allows for hanging, and two side lips for pouring off grease or liquids. It’s a good size, as some of the larger ones can be hard to handle due to weight.

Condition:  Excellent, used – probably vintage – condition.  It is marked 6TB underneath.

Dimensions:  13 1/2″ to the end of the handle; the inside of the pin itself is 9″ in diameter.  

FIRM Price:  $35.00.  Plus 5.5% Maine State Sales Tax of $1.93, for a total of $36.93.

Unless we’re having a sale, which would be listed here, our prices are firm.  

Shipping & Delivery:  Free local pickup.  We can deliver within Lewiston-Auburn for a $10.00 delivery fee, or Gray/Portland (along the 202 Route, or just off it) early Wednesday mornings for the same $10.00.  Shipping is $15.00.

For other options, please review our most recent blog on Possible Delivery Options in the Next Week (use the search feature), or our Shipping & Delivery page at https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com/details-shipping-information/.

Buying Details:  We are very low tech.  Payment can be made via PayPal, good check (please allow 1 week to clear if not known to us) or cash. 

FMI: https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com/details-payment-pricing/.

Or you can email Linda at heritagecollectiblesmaine@gmail.com to arrange purchase, or for a somewhat faster response, text 207-740-2247.  Thanks!

All sales after expenses help support The Grief Warrior Project. https://heritagecollectiblesmaine.com/supporting-the-grief-warrior-project/

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