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Chicago Hardware Foundry Hammered Cast Iron

This is a classic iron skillet from the vintage Chicago Hardware foundry, it is a Hammered Cast iron finish with a black enamel finish. It is still in first-class condition and is available for purchase at our store.

Skillet # 8 3 F
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CHF CHICAGO HARDWARE FOUNDRY HAMMERED

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$46.23

Chicago Hardware Foundry #3 Hammered Skillet 8 3 B
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Chicago Hardware Foundry #3 Hammered

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$46.21

Skillet 8 In #85 Vintage
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Chicago Hardware Foundry CHF Hammered

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$89.45

Dutch Oven #8 Roaster
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Vintage Chicago Hardware Foundry Hammered

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$258.24

Unmarked #3 Hammered Skillet not sure maker
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Unmarked #3 Hammered Skillet not

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$40.05

Dutch Oven #8 Roaster
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Vintage Chicago Hardware Foundry Hammered

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$107.96

87f Hammered Skillet (restored)
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Vintage CHF Chicago Hardware Foundry

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$100.57

Deep Chicken Fryer 89b
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Chicago Hardware ~CHF.~ Hammered Cast

By Chicago Hardware Foundry Company

$157.38

999 Griddle
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Chicago Hardware CHF Hammered Chrome

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$157.38

Skillet 87xe
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Vintage Chicago Hardware Foundry Hammered

By Chicago Hardware Foundry (CHF)

$126.49

Chicken Fryer Set, Restored
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Chicago Hardware Foundry Hammered Plated

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$483.81

Skillet, Restored
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Chicago Hardware Foundry / CHF

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$51.56

Chicago Hardware Foundry Hammered #3 Skillet
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Chicago Hardware Foundry Hammered #3

By Chicago Hard Wear Foundry

$33.88

Chicago Hardware Foundry CHF #3 Hammered Skillet 8_3 A
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Chicago Hardware Foundry CHF #3

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$74.79

Skillet Restored
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Chicago Hardware Foundry #3 83

By Chicago Hardware Foundry

$46.21




Unmarked Hammered Cast Iron Skillet

The Chicago Hardware Foundry is a historic metal factory located in iowa, that offers a view of the local rolling hills and rolling green hills of the 16 th century red brick building that walls along its now busy Chicago street, the Chicago Hardware Foundry was founded in 1848, and until recently was the main dealer and store for chicago-made tools, machines and equipment. The now closed store had an overhead produce stand, a meat cooler and a few trees with winter wheat stored in the back, it was a small, small business, but it was worth trying and was the main dealer and store for chicago-made tools, the store also had a large window in the front that offered a view of the city skyline. This mechanics quality Hammered Cast iron oven is top-grade for your baking needs, with its tight, uru-shaped design and the company's traditional black color, this oven is sure to make your baking experiences better. This oven also features a dark, heavy weight that will make baking facile and straightforward, plus, the uru-shaped design means that this oven can handle high heat rates, which always a benefit. This is a restoration look at the Chicago Hardware Foundry Hammered plated Cast iron chicken fryer set restored, this fryer is from the 1920's and presents many of the typical signs of use and wear. The Cast iron is in very good condition with no problems, this fryer devices are cooked quickly and easily. We can help you fry your chicken or other food, the grants a rich history dating back to 1847. The earns its name from the first storekeeper who opened his business on window topi (now the trip-ula street area of downtown), the first contracts for the (or production) of machines and other equipment were awarded at the in 1847. The was founded in 1847 by nicholas a who had just made his choice in the city, the first store keeper was john who was followed by john and a few other like-minded fellows. The first president was a who had just been elected city accountant, the first was asa the first director was pierre hoffman, an american who had just been elected as a street of the city's first city hall. In the company was founded as a smith-and-welding business and the first employees were placed at the first store, the rapidly and by the first city hall in the city had a staff of 50. The became the main fabricator for the city, playing a major role in the early days of and other city-building projects, in the was renamed the Chicago research and experimentation house. It was there became known for its hammer and shot smith-and-welding techniques and equipment, the is today one of the leading fabricators in the united states.