Lodge Seasoned Dutch Oven Size Chart (Quick Breakdown)
|8 inch||2-qt||11 pounds|
|10 inch||4-qt||15 pounds|
|12 inch||6-qt||20 pounds|
|12 inch||D8-qt||23 pounds|
Thereof, how big is a number 8 Wagner skillet?
Wagner Ware #8 Cast Iron SKILLET 1088F 10″ Diameter x 3″ Deep Sits FLAT USA Made.
Besides, how do you date a Wagner pan?
Markings on the bottom of the pan with the “WAGNER” logo in arched, capital letters appearing toward the top of the skillet, farthest from the handle, indicate that the skillet was also among the first products manufactured at the Sidney, Ohio foundry. These products date anywhere from 1891 to 1910.
How do you date Wagner?
How to Date Wagner Cast Iron Cookware
- Turn over your cookware so the bottom is facing up. Make note of all markings on the bottom of the pan and their location. …
- Examine the construction of the pan. …
- Consult a reputable guidebook. …
- Post pictures of your skillet on the forum for Wagner and Griswold collectors.
Wagner was active between 1891 and 1952, and at one time dominated the cookware market, selling in Europe and the US. The purchasers of the company in 1952 continued the brand, and Wagner products are still manufactured today. The original items are prized by collectors.
The number 8 is traditionally a top diameter 10.5″ skillet.
|Wagner TM||Wagner Block||Wagner Ware Sidney -O-|
Many cast iron collectors believe that the production of real Wagner cookware stopped in 1959. This was the year when it was sold to a company that already owned Wagner’s number one competitor, Griswold. This is why a cast iron skillet that was made after 1959 is not deemed as a collectible by antique collectors.