Rare frying pan Op & Co Cast Iron SKILLET 12 other than lite ware and the need of a cleaning, it is free of damage. Morton Montgomery's "History of Berks County, Pennsylvania" (1909) provides this information about the founding of the. In the year 1866, Jesse Orr, John R. Schick, Jasper Sheler, and Charles Egolf associated together under the name Orr, Painter & Company for the manufacture of stoves, furnaces and heaters of all kinds, and located their factory on Canal Street, between Chestnut and Spruce Streets, beginning with 14 molders. They carried on the business in a very successful manner with increasing success for 20, when they became incorporated under the name The Reading Stove Works, Orr, Painter & Co.
Later it became Prizer-Painter Stove Works. The item "Antique Rare Op & Co Cast Iron SKILLET Frying Pan # 12 Heat Ring" is in sale since Sunday, April 03, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Kitchenware\Cookware\Cast Iron".
The seller is "kscountrycrafter" and is located in Peterborough, New Hampshire. This item can be shipped to United States.