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Old 02-16-2017, 06:55 PM   #1
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Spineyes Cast Iron

So, I started collecting cast iron stuff this last December. I have the bug really bad!! Anyone else collect this cool stuff?

I want to collect this whole series!

Anyone want to share some sites or links they use to shop for it?
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Old 02-16-2017, 07:04 PM   #2
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Not a collector but I sure like cooking with really well cured cast iron.
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I AGREE!! These are close to 100 years old too... So cool!!
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I have a few that were handed down to me that have the same markings as yours. Very happy to have them. I have one that you can barely sit a Coke can in; anyone know what its for?
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Old 03-02-2017, 08:04 AM   #5
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I have a few that were handed down to me that have the same markings as yours. Very happy to have them. I have one that you can barely sit a Coke can in; anyone know what its for?
Years ago,as in 55 maybe,me and my brother found in an old house a set of little bitty cast iron pots and skillets we thought were for little girls to play house with.We gave them to our girl cousin.Found out years later they were salesman samples.
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We have 3 Griswold skillets of different sizes we cook in regularly.

All have been passed down...no telling how old they are?

I was just talking with my Dad and Wife the other day about that...thinking how long these things will last and how many generations could cook in them if taken care of correctly?
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My wife and daughter hit up flea markets and antique sales. We've found quite a few Griswold and another 'old' brand which I can't recall the name of offhand. They clean up nice. We have a bunch of cast iron skillets and griddles in addition to our original skillet we got for a wedding gift (the best of the bunch).


edit: Forgot to mention estates sales are also good for finding cast iron stuff.
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We have 3 Griswold skillets of different sizes we cook in regularly.

All have been passed down...no telling how old they are?

I was just talking with my Dad and Wife the other day about that...thinking how long these things will last and how many generations could cook in them if taken care of correctly?
Are they the same design as what I posted? If so, they are from the 20-30's. If they are different, post pics and I will tell you the era they are from.

The cool thing about cast iron is its really hard to mess them up. You can always strip them back to the original and start from the beginning. Here are mine re-done... My first restored pieces.
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I have a few that were handed down to me that have the same markings as yours. Very happy to have them. I have one that you can barely sit a Coke can in; anyone know what its for?
Post a pic of it and I will get you some info on it.
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Not a collector but I sure like cooking with really well cured cast iron.
Can't beat cast iron and gas or pane stove. Almost all of our cookware is cast iron. Clean with some veggie oil and sea salt. I can't do thin gauge stainless anymore except for maybe boiling pasta.

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