Measuring only 7 5/8” long with the skillet only 4 3/8” in diameter, this darling little skillet is commemorating West Bend’s 50th anniversary of aluminum and stainless cookware. On the bottom of the skillet it shows the years 1911-1961. In addition to cookware, on the bottom it also lists other enterprises West Bend was involved in: Appliances, Gift Ware, Outboard Motors, 2-cycle Engines, Products for Defense. On the handle it mentions: Miniature Replica of First Utensil Made by West Bend in 1911. Although this little skillet is copper color, I feel sure it is made of aluminum. The piece has some rubs and scratch marks on it, but it is still very shiny on the inside of the skillet; the bottom is a brushed finish, but does have a rub mark on it.
This would be a cute piece to display in the kitchen, add to your advertising collection, use as a doll utensil or you could probably actually melt butter in it if you wanted to use it. Please contact us if you have any questions. We will always consider any reasonable offer for our pieces.
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