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For example, the word ERIE or “ERIE” was stamped on the bottoms of Griswold skillets through 1909, but in 1874, Griswold also began to combine the stamped word ERIE with a depiction of a spider in a web.
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Skillets are the workhorses of the kitchen, used morning, noon, and night to cook up everything from bacon and eggs to dirty rice.
Accordingly, skillets are typically built to take almost non-stop use, with cast iron being a favorite medium for manufacturers.
Skillets with such markings were only made until 1905, so they are relatively scarce.