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Foundries of the Past and Present

Griswold, Wapak, Favorite Ware, Wagner Ware, Wapak are some of the more recognized foundries for cast iron and aluminum cookware. There are however, many, MANY others that made cast iron and aluminum products. This link will be for those cast iron foundries in the USA and Canada. Some of these companies may not be actual foundries but may have just had their name put on pieces by another foundry. If we have more info for the foundries sweeted below, there will be a HYPERLINK attached to it, so just click on it for more information, pictures, etc. If you have information, have a differing view point or anything you'd like to contribute to this archive, just let me know. You can email ME. Thanks for your support.

CAST IRON COOKWARE COMPANIES

Just a beginning of what I hope will become a comprehensive sweeting of all the makers of American cast iron cookware (hollow ware) from c.1850 to c. 1960 which is approximately the end of quality (and collectible) iron cookware made in North Amerca. Some of these companies or names may not be actual foundries but may have just had their name put on pieces by another foundry or be brands or tradnames. Names on this sweet, as far as possible, are shown exactly as they appear on pieces or in company literature. CAPITAL letters generally indicate markings on the piece are in capitals. Pieces from the same company will sometimes be marked in slightly different ways. Please help me fill in the blanks, make corrections, etc. I'd also like to include what types of pieces were made by each company and have sweeted what I presently know. Steve Stephens Compiled 10-31-02 Updated 11-29-04 (Website, photos, etc. maintained by Greg Stahl) * still in business

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CANADIAN

AA, WAPAKONETA, OH -- (made by Ahrens & Arnold, not WAPAK) skillets ABBOTT & LAWRENCE PHILADa -- waffle irons AB&I -- see American Brass & Iron ACE- THE ACE CO. ST LOUIS MO. -- Cloverleaf Doughnut Form donut makers ADAMS -- long griddles THE ADAMS CO. DUBUQUE, IOWA (same company as above?) -- baking pans ADCASCO, GOSHEN, IN skillets ADVANCE -- dutch oven cover (patterned or copied from a Griswold 1920 cover) Aga STOVE CO. ELIZABETH, N.J. -- broiler skillets with unique handle and design (English design made under license?) A. G. P. Columbus, O-- waffle irons, pots A.H.W. & CO., PITTSBURG, PA -- pots, skillets ALABAMA PIPE COMPANY ANNISTON ALABAMA -- Bean pots with recipe ALBERT MFG. CO. LOS ANGELES -- three leg bulged kettles AMERICAN BRASS & IRON (AB&I), OAKLAND, CA (c. 1980's) -- skillets, dutch ovens AMICO -- bacon grills ANDERSEN- A.M. ANDERSEN & CO., CHICAGO, ILL -- HAPPY HOOLIGAN WAFER KRUMKAGER iron, BUSTER BROWN waffle(?) ANDRESEN- ALFRED ANDRESEN & CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN -- heart design waffle irons, krumkake wafer irons, patty irons, aebelskiver and plett pans ARCADE MFG. CO., Freeport, IL (1902-43) -- toy waffle irons ARCOLE FOUNDRY, BUFFALO (also see W. S. & CO. for possible connection) -spiders A. S. & N. W. CO. PHILA. PAT'D JAN 1, 1861 (not positive about the exact letters) -- tea kettles ATLANTA STOVE WORKS Atlanta, GA -- Sportsman Grill/Deep Fish Fryer

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ATLAS, Ansonia, CT -- "Square G" breakfast skillets ATTALA FDY & MCH CO. ATTALLA ALA -- flat bottom kettles/covers (probably cast from Griswold kettles/covers) AUNT JEMIMA MEAL -- 5-stick corncob stick pans (appeas to be made by Lodge) AXFORD (San Francisco- Lodge probably made many of their pieces) ......BROILER (3 sizes), covers for BROILER, AXFORD CLOVERLEAF PANCAKE GRIDDLE A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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BACCELLIERI BROS. MFG. CO. PHILA. PA -- long handled wafer irons BACON- L.S. BACON -- waffle irons BALL- C.W. BALL & CO., CIN'TI. O. -- tea pots BALL & DAVIS, CIN'TI. (Is there a connection between C.W. BALL and W.C Davis?) -covers BALLARD & BALLARD CO. INC., LOUISVILLE, KY -- advertising handle griddle made by Martin Stove & Range Co. BARROWS SAVERY & CO -- see SAVERY & CO. BARSTOW STOVE CO., PROVIDENCE, RI -- gem pans, oval and round flat bottom covered pots, scotch bowls, double loaf pans, round bailed griddles BAXTER- J. G. BAXTER LOUISVILLE, KY. -- tea kettles PATENTED JUNE 23, 1863 B.E. & CO. -- skillets BEALE- MADE BY E L BEALE SPRINGFIELD O PAT D -- flop griddles (four section) (see GARFIELD) B.S. CO. BENNET, SLOAN & CO., NEW YORK (Importers, Jobbers and Manufacturers) -- skillets (c.1896) BELKNAP HARDWARE and MFG CO., LOUISVILLE, KY -- Belmont or Belknap brand waffle irons, skillets BELL- C. S. BELL CO. HILLSBORO, O. -- 3-leg kettle like scotch bowl, marked 1858 but appearing fairly new BELL- JOSEPH BELL & CO WHEELING. W. VA -- Patent June 23, 1863 teakettle

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BELMONT- see BELKNAP. Belmont is a trade name for Belknap Hardware BEST MADE - Trade name for Griswold iron made for Sears c. 1930 skillets, skillet covers, griddles, dutch ovens, gem and wheat stick pans, breakfast skillets and more BEVERIDGE MFG. CO., BALTIMORE, MD (marked two ways: MADE BY W. E. BEVERIDGE, BALTIMORE, MD -or- MADE BY THE BEVERIDGE MFG. CO. BALTIMORE MD.) -- odorless skillets PAT'D JULY 29, 1890 (skillets have an ERIE ghost mark on bottom) BIRMINGHAM STOVE & RANGE CO., BIRMINGHAM, AL -- full line (Century brand) BLACKHAWK PRODUCTS- see THE WESTERN FOUNDRY CO. BLUE VALLEY FDRY. CO. K.C. (Or sometimes KANSAS CITY) MO. -- BEAN HOT POT, skillets BOARDMAN- S. H. BOARDMAN, BOSTON, MA -- odorless skillets BONNET, DUFFY & CO., QUINCY, ILL -- waffle irons B&P -- scotch bowls BRIDGE, BEACH & CO., (BRIDGE & BEACH MFG. CO) St. Louis, MO (early stove manufacturer) -- waffle irons BRIDGEFORD & CO., LOUISVILLE KY -- tea kettles BRIGHTON -- toy waffle irons, skillets BRILLIANT -- waffle irons (similiar in ways to Griswold. Did Griswold make?) BRITT & FOLGER CIN' O. -- tea kettles dated 1873 BROOKLYN BROILER- see Silver Co. BROWN-BOWMAN, TROY, N.Y. SEPT. xx, 1860 -- revolving round griddles BUCK & WRIGHT, ST. LOUIS, MO -- tea kettles, handle griddles, waffle irons BUCKWALTER- FRANCIS BUCKWALTER & CO, ROYERSFORD, PA -- waffle irons BUSSEY, CLEXTON & CO TROY, N.Y. -- tea kettles BUSSEY & McLEOD, TROY, N.Y. (c.1859-1893) -- tea kettles (patented Jan. 1, 1861 by Ezra Ripley) BUSTER WAFFLE (likely made by the A. M. ANDERSEN & CO., CHICAGO, ILL) -waffle iron showing Buster Brown and Tige

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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CA or could be AC. (maker or full name unknown) -- oval roasters, early CAHILL(CAHILL IRON WORKS, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.) c.1900-1924? -- cornstick pans, skillets, skillet covers CAMPBELL FOUNDRY CO. HARRISON, NEW JERSEY -- HORACE GREELEY GRILL CANNONBALL WARE -- skillets CANTON CAKE GRIDDLE CO., CANTON, O.-- pancake flop griddles ("THE CANTON CAKE GRIDDLE" Pat. Apr.28,1896) CARLISLE -- dutch ovens (appears to be made by Lodge) CENTRAL OIL & GAS STOVE CO., GARDNER, MASS, U.S.A. -- waffle irons (early fancy pattern) with wood handles CENTURY (brand name for Birmingham Stove & Range cookware) C. F. & M. CO. PROV. R.I. -- french roll pans CHATTANOOGA ROOFING AND FOUNDRY CO. -- bread stick pans CHEMUNG HOLLOW WARE WORKS, ELMIRA, NY -- waffle irons (C.H.NEWMAN'S PATENT JAN 23 1883) CHICAGO HARDWARE FOUNDRY CO., NORTH CHICAGO, ILL (Bought cookware line from Favorite Stove & Stove & Range in 1934). "Sani-Ware" skillets, "Favorite Cook Ware" skillets, waffle irons, "Ni-Resist" (cast stainless) cookware, dutch ovens CLEVELAND STOVE WORKS TENN -- tea kettles COLUMBUS- THE COLUMBUS HOLLOW WARE CO., COLUMBUS, OH -- skillets, pots, bailed griddles (THE FAVORITE), long pans * COMSTOCK & CO., Quincy, ILL (foundry was known as the Phoenix Stove Works) (predecessor of COMSTOCK CASTLE STOVE CO., QUINCY ILL)-- long pans, tea kettles (Pat. June 23, 1863) * COMSTOCK CASTLE STOVE CO., QUINCY ILL (see COMSTOCK & CO., Quincy, ILL) COOK 'N' KETTLE made by COOK 'N' TOOLS, Tulsa, OK -- COOK 'N' KETTLE and COOK 'N' KETTLE JUNIOR barbeque kettles, deep fryers

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CORNING & GOEWEY, ALBANY, NY (see also GOEWEY- J.A. GOEWEY (JOHN. A. GOEWEY), ALBANY N.Y.) -- skillets COX- A. & J. COX. PHILADA -- waffle irons COX, WHITEMAN & COX, PHILADA -- waffle irons CRANE- M. H. CRANE & CO. URBANA, O. -- PATENTED JUNE 23, 1863 tea kettles CRESCENT FOUNDRY CO., ST. LOUIS, MO -- skillets, dutch ovens, waffle irons CRESSON- W P CRESSON PHILADELPHIA -- lipped dutch oven covers (early) CRITTENDENS- L.B. CRITTENDENS COFFEE ROASTER -- PATENTED APRIL 6, 1869 CRUSO - see HIBBARD CULBERTSON & FISHER FOUNDRY WHEELING W VA -- flop griddles (marked JEFFERY'S PATENT AUG. 27 1867) C.W.& C. CONKLIN, WILLIS & CO., BALTIMORE, MD -- skillets, dutch ovens A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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DANDY -- waffle irons marked DANDY ?? DANVILLE, PA -- early skillets DAVIS- W.C.DAVIS & CO., CIN TI, O. (1848 to c. 1880's- predecessor to Favorite Stove & Range Co.)-- skillets, gem pans, tea kettles, waffle irons, dutch oven (?) covers DAVIDSON- J. M. B. DAVIDSON & CO, Albany, N.Y. -- 3-leg pots DAY- J. H. DAY & CO., CINCINNATI.O. -- (marked; MADE ONLY BY J. H. DAY; CO.) safety kettle (pat. 1874 & 1878) DETROIT IRON & BRASS M'F'G CO., Detroit, MI -- waffle iron (pat. April 17, 1877) DETROIT STOVE WORKS, Detroit, MI -- "Jewell" tea kettles, kettles DETROIT (same company as either above???) -- gem pans, skillets DIXIE FD'Y CO., CLEVELAND, TENN -- full line DIXIE MFG. & SALES CO., KANSAS CITY, MO -- DIXIE DOG corn dog iron. (made

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by Wagner or copied from their similiar iron?) DODSONS- G. W. DODSONS PATENT APRIL 1st, 1872 -- spherical coffee roasters DOXELL, JONES & MILLIARD, Troy, NY -- waffle irons (C. Swartwout Pat'd Aug.24, 1869) DROGE- I. DROGE & CO. COV. KY. -- tea kettles A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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EAGLE, Hope, Ark. -- popover pan marked U.S.N. EAGLE FOUNDRY GREENSBORO, NC -- spiders, sugar or English kettles EAGLE STOVE WORKS, Rome, GA -- No.12 skillet made using a Griswold skillet as a pattern EARLY FDY. CO., DICKSON, PA -- long griddles, oval roasters, oval covered pots E.F. Co. (Could this be Early Fdy. Co.?) -- skillets (PAT'D JUNE 10, 1879) EXCELSIOR MANF'G. CO. (G. F. Filley), 612-18 N. Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO -- full line EXCELSIOR STOVE & MFG. CO., Quincy, IL -- tea kettles A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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FAIR, DAY & DeKLYNE, KNOXVILLE, TENN. -- 3-leg dutch ovens, spiders(c.1860?) FANNER MFG. CO, Cleveland, OHIO -- Crescent waffle iron, square waffle iron FAVORITE STOVE AND RANGE CO., PIQUA, OH (1889 to 1934 when cookware line sold to Chicago Hardware Foundry) -- full line FAVORITE- "THE FAVORITE" see COLUMBUS- THE COLUMBUS HOLLOW WARE CO., COLUMBUS, OH "FAVORITE COOK WARE" - see CHICAGO HARDWARE FOUNDRY CO., NORTH CHICAGO, ILL "FAVORITE PIQUA WARE" or "FAVORITE"- see Favorite Stove & Range Co.

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F B & Co. -- 3-leg kettles FILLEY- G. F. FILLEY (See Excelsior Mfg. Co., St. Louis) FINCH'S- R. R. FINCH'S SONS, NEW YORK -- tea kettles (PATENTED JAN. 1st. 1861) FISCHER, LEAF & CO. LOU. KY. -- covered spiders c.1850 FISHER BROS. & CO. LEWISVILLE. KY. -- tea kettles FLORENCE MACHINE WORKS, FLORENCE, MASS -- waffle irons FOLEY SUGRUE & EVANS, GEN. AGTS., Mah. City -- flop griddles (Pat. 1889) FOSTER STOVE CO., Ironton, Ohio USA -- "THE FOSTER LINE" and/or "IRON AGE"-skillets, deep skillet ("The Foster Line"), tea kettles FOXELL & JONES, TROY, NY(c.1875) -- full line incl. exclusive rights to make SPOOR'S Parlor Stove Furniture FOXELL, JONES & MILLARD, TROY, N. Y. -- waffle irons marked C. SWARTWOUT PATENT 1869 FREIDAG MFG. CO., FREEPORT, ILL -- toy waffle irons F.S. CO., READING, PA -- waffle type baker of some sort FULLER, WARREN & CO, TROY, N. Y. -- tea kettles (PA'T'D JAN. 1 1861) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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G & S Metal Products Cleveland, OH -- skillets (not certain these pans were actually made in the USA) GARFIELD CAKE GRIDDLE MF'G CO. BOSTON, MASS. MADE BY E L BEALE SPRINGFIELD O. -- flop griddles GALLAGHER- A. J. GALLAGHER, PHILADELPHIA -- waffle irons GARLAND WARE- THE MICHIGAN STOVE CO., DETROIT, MI --skillets GAY NINETIES WAFER IRON COMPANY COLUMBUS, GEORGIA -- wafer irons GEDDES & MARSH LEWISBURG, PA. -- waffle irons GENERAL HOUSEWARES CORP. (GHC), Sidney, OH (Owners of Griswold and Wagner

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from 1969 to c. 1999, they made Wagner and Griswold iron cookware during this time in the Wagner foundry in Sidney, OH GLASCOCK- GLASCOCK- G. T. GLASCOCK & SON(S). GREENSBORO, N.C. (GLASCOCK STOVE & MFG. CO.) -- covered spiders, dutch ovens, skillets and covers GOEWEY- J.A. GOEWEY (JOHN. A. GOEWEY), ALBANY N.Y. [hollowware manuf. & dealers foundry - 140 Grand St., 1861-63. Shop- 20 Broadway, 1864-1879 (see also Corning & Goewey)] -- kettles, waffle irons, tea kettles patented July 8, 1862 GOFF- GENE GOFF, DALLAS, TX -- corn dog iron GOOD HEALTH - made by Griswold c. 1930 skillets, griddles, dutch ovens GREER & KING, DAYTON, O -- kettles (Pat. Nov. 8, 1868) GRISWOLD MFG. CO., ERIE, PA -- full line A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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HAILES (William Hailes, Albany, NY) -- broilers (patent no.284,295) HAMILTON - J. HAMILTON & CO. WHEELING, VA -- dutch oven or spider covers (early) HAPPY HOOLIGAN -- see ANDERSEN- A.M. ANDERSEN & CO., CHICAGO, ILL HARBSTER BROS, READING, PA -- early, long handled waffle irons for hearth cooking HARDWICK STOVE CO. CLEVELAND, TENN -- tea kettles HARE, LEAF & CO., LOUISVILLE, KY -- tea kettles PATENTED JUNE 23, 1868 HARKER- JOHN B. HARKER & CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- "THE HARKER" waffle iron patented May 8, 1883; Harker Egg Baker HARKER- THE HARKER MFG. CO. COLUMBUS OHIO (same company as above?) -waffle irons HARTMANN- CHAS.L.HARTMANN 317-19 E-WASH-ST. -- tea kettles HARWI -- waffle irons (made by Stover) HAY- FRANK W. HAY & SONS, JOHNSTOWN, PA -- bundt pans made by Griswold Manufacturing Co., Erie, PA HEARTHSTONE -- small line made c.1980 by General Housewares Corp, owner

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of ...Griswold and Wagner from 1969 until 1996 -- skillets, dutch ovens, saucepots HEARTHSTONEHEMENWAY'S -- skillets HF Co- possibly HARRISON FOUNDRY, HARRISON, OHIO or more likely, Howard Foundry Co. on Cape Cod (est. 1851?) -- skillets HIBBARD (H.S.B.&Co.)- HIBBARD, SPENCER, BARTLETT & CO., CHICAGO, IL -skillet covers, Cruso and REY-O-NOC waffle irons HIGGINS, McLOUD & MARTIN, Troy NY (Became McLoud & Martin c.1863?) -- full line?, tea kettles (COVER. PAT.D JAN. 1, 1861) HIGHLAND FOUNDRY CO., Boston -- flop griddles HILL WHITNEY CO., Boston, MA -- VICTOR odorless skillets HOLLANDS MFG. CO. ERIE PA. -- waffle irons (note: Hollands made primarily industrial castings and not cookware. The company has no apparent connection to Griswold other than being in Erie, PA) HOME COMFORT, (The Malleable Iron Range Co., Beaver Dam, WI) -- broilers, waffle irons THE HOME GRIDDLE MFG. CO., Buffalo, NY -- flop griddles HUNTER- THE HUNTER SIFTER MFG. CO., CINCINNATI, O & NEW YORK CITY -safety kettles A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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I.A.S. & CO. ISSAC A. SHEPPARD & Co. Philadelphia, then Baltimore 1859-c.1930's -bulge pots, straight pots, spiders, skillets, ham boiler, waffle irons, tea kettles, long gridirons, long pans & cake griddles IDEAL (probably a trade name)-- waffle irons (made by Stover) ILLINOIS GRIDDLE CO., Morris, ILL -- Mrs. Schaeffers Cake Griddle (flop griddle, pat'd. Sept. 24, 1889) INDIANA STOVE CO. IND -- tea kettles INGRAHAM- A. INGRAHAM & CO., Troy, N.Y. -- tea kettles I.O.A. -- waffle irons made by Stover IRON AGE -- see FOSTER STOVE CO.

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IRWIN M'F'G CO. LOUISVILLE. KY -- tea kettles A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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J. K. JR. & CO. BALTo. MD. -- waffle irons JEWETT & ROOT -- 3-leg kettles JOHN C. JOHNSON CO. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA -- skillet (part of combination cooker, design patent 91487 issued in 1934) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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KEEN & HAGERTY BALTO, MD -- tea kettles KEEN KUTTER- see SIMMONS KENTON BRAND (Kenton Harware Company, Kenton, OH late 1800's till 1954)-- toy skillet, spider skillet, griddle, tea kettle KENTUCKY GRIDDLE CO., LEXINGTON, KY -- flop griddles (Mrs. Shaeffer's Cake Griddle) KENTUCKY STOVE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY -- flanged covers (c.1860) KEYSTONE FOOD CHOPPER, BOYERSTOWN, PA -- skillets KIEFFER- C. KIEFFER LANCASTER, PA -- waffle irons (c.1860) KING STOVE & RANGE CO. (predecessor to Martin Stove), SHEFFIELD, AL -- skillets, bread stick pans Klauer- A. Klauer DeBuque, Iowa -- bread stick pans like Griswold 954 KNOX STOVE WORKS -- early dutch ovens, covered spiders KRESGE- S S KRESGE COMPANY (of Dime Store fame) -- skillets KWIKBAKE- see Wrightsville Hardware Co. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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LANGDON, (late 1800's)-- skillets, bowls LANIER & DRIESBACH. MF'R. CIN. O. -- waffle cone bakers THE LAWLER LINE - LAWLER MACH & FDY CO., BHAM ALA -- skillets, ashtray, complete line?? LEE'S LIGHTNING LEE HARDWARE SALINA. KANS. -- waffle irons made by Stover in the Stover pattern LEIBRANDT & MCDOWELL (Stove Mfg. Co., c.1860's and later) -- waffle irons, tea kettles LITHGOW- J S. LITHGOW LOUISVILLE KY. -- tea kettles, spiders with flanged cover (J.S. LITHGOW was the mayor of Louisville from 1865 to 1867.) *LODGE MFG CO., SOUTH PITTSBURG, TN (1896 to present)-- full line (also some recent licensed products like John Deere and other named skillets) ...also made iron cookware for Sears but identifyable only if original paper label is intact LONG LIFE - made by Wagner - skillets, waffle irons LOTH'S- W.J. LOTH STOVE CO., WAYNESBORO, VA (predecessor to Virginia Metalcrafters) -- skillets, waffle irons, tea kettles, covers (copies from Griswold pieces), dutch ovens, handle griddles LUTTON, BRADLEY & CO. CINCINNATI. O. -- early flanged covers A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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MACDONALD --skillet covers, skillets MAGEE FURNACE CO. BOSTON, MASS -- skillets (19th century) MAID-OF-HONOR (marketed by Sears and manufactured by Lodge)-- skillets(sizes 3,5,8), deep covered skillets MAJESTIC MFG. CO., St. Louis, MO-- stove broilers, waffle irons by Griswold, waffle irons by Lodge(?) Makomb -- waffle irons (c. 1920) MARCH. SISLER. & CO, LAWRENCEVILLE. PA -- tea kettles

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MARIETTA C. CO. PA -- kettles MARIETTA, PA (There may be several foundries from Marietta, Pa. such as R&Co., MH&E Co. and maybe others.) MARION (Marion Stove Co.), Marion, IN [Ties to Sidney Hollow Ware, Wagner and Griswold(?)] -- skillets (identical to early Wagner and Erie), tea kettles, kettles, yankee bowls, shallow skillets, MARTIN STOVE & RANGE CO., FLORENCE, ALA -- full line THE MASTER BAKE POT CO., BLOOMFIELD, N.J.(also CADMUS PRODUCTS CO. BAYONNE, N.J.) -- MASTER BAKE POT, PAT'D SEPT. 3-1918 McCLURE BEAN SOUP -- smaller, three legged pot reportedly sold at the big McClure Pa bean soup festival. Appears to be relatively new MEDINA 0 PAT'D JULY 14, 1868 (Medina, OH is just west of Cleveland) -- tea kettles MERIT - trade name for iron made for Sears by Griswold c. 1930's (identical to Puritan) -skillets, skillet covers, dutch ovens, gem and wheatstick pans M H & E CO., MARIETTA, PA -- Pots MIAMI - low priced line by Favorite (name from Piqua, Miama County, OH) -- skillets MILLER- (MF'D. BY) A. G. MILLER, MINNEAPOLIS -- MRS. SHAFFERS CAKE GRIDDLE PATENTED SEPT. 24 1899 "MI-PET" see Western Foundry Co. MISSION FOUNDRY & STOVE WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- AXFORD BROILER skillets (3 sizes), CLOVER LEAF PANCAKE GRIDDLE MODERN FDY. & MFG. CO. MASCOUTAH, ILL -- commemorative dutch oven made 1976 MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Chicago, Illinois -- oval roasters, dutch ovens MORGAN M'F'G CO., KALAMAZOO, MI -- Morgan broiler MOUND CITY FOUNDRY ST. LOUIS -- lamb cake molds A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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N & N MFG CO BANGOR -- (see NOYES & NUTTER MFG. CO., BANGOR, ME)

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NAC & Co. -- danish cake pans NATIONAL - low priced line by Wagner -- skillets, waffle irons NELSON- N. NELSON LACROSSE, WIS -- wafer irons NEW ENGLAND BUTT CO., PROVIDENCE, RI --waffle irons N.Y. HOLLOWARE CO. -- waffle irons NORTH, CHASE & NORTH, Philadelphia, PA -- tea kettles (1861 patent) NORTHS, HARRISON & CHASE, Philadelphia, PA -- waffle irons NOYES & NUTTER MFG. CO., BANGOR, ME -- (also seen marked N&N MFG CO; BANGOR ME) dutch ovens, 3-legged kettles NOYES- W.J. NOYES, Albany, NY -- tea kettles NYBERG- M. L. NYBERG & CO ERIE PA -- plette pans NYE- A. T. NYE & SON, MARIETTA, O. -- tea kettles w/1867 patent, covered spiders A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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O'BRIEN & O'BRIEN, Chicago, ILL -- skillets, dutch ovens, broiles OLDE IRONSIDES -- pots ONETA - low priced line by Wapak (name from WapakONETA, OH) -- skillets O.P.& CO. ORR PAINTER & CO., READING, PA (see Prizer-Painter) -- waffle irons, skillets, tea kettles, 3-leg bulge kettles, toy skillets OSBORN- J. F. OSBORN & BRO. CLARKSBURG, W. VA. -- early rimmed dutch oven covers OTTER RIVER FOUNDRY OTTER RIVER, MASS. U.S.A. -- square breakfast skillets OVERBAGH- A. OVERBAGH, HUDSON, NY -- (Addison is his first name) Overbagh's Egg-Fryer (Patent #44886; Nov. 1, 1864, is included) OZARK, ST. LOUIS. MO (could this be from the Crescent Foundry Co.?) -- waffle irons A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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P & B MF'G CO (PHILLIPS & BUTTORFF MFG. CO.) NASHVILLE, TENN -- full line P&W -- skillets PARIS- DANIEL E. PARIS & CO. TROY, N.Y. -- PARIS BROILER No.9 PAT'D 1877 PARISIAN L & D M.F.G. CO. -- wafer? irons PATTERSON & CO. GERVAIS OREGON -- tea kettles PATTON MFG. CO. COLUMBUS, OHIO 1874-1900 -- hollow ware, tea pots, kettles, griddles according to historical data PEASE- PAT'D, H. S. PEASE CIN'TI. O. -- safety kettles PERIN & GAFF MFG. CO. CIN. O. -- gem pans PETERSON- C. P. PETERSON RICHMOND IND -- handle griddles PETERSON- (see STUART PETERSON & CO.) PHILLIP'S- G.H. PHILLIP'S & CO. TROY NY -- flop griddles (Pat'd Aug' 27, 1878) PITTY PAT'S PORCH, ATLANTA, GA -- skillets PLYMOUTH IRON FOUNDRY, PLYMOUTH, MA -- tea kettles POCASSET IRON WORKS, NY -- dutch ovens, waffle irons PORTLAND STOVE FOUNDRY CO., PORTLAND, ME -- skillets, "Home" flop griddles, scotch bowls, Atlantic Bread Pans Nos. 1, 2, 3 (foundry unknown) PORTSMOUTH, O -- lipped covers PPP -- muffin pans PPS -- skillets (c.1860-70) PREMIUM HOLLOW WARE RICHMOND, VA (a line of hollow ware by RICHMOND STOVE CO. RICHMOND, VA) PRESTON LOWELL MA. (Est. 1879) -- tea kettles PRIMUS -- double broiler P.S.F. (see PORTLAND STOVE FOUNDRY CO., PORTLAND, ME)

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PRIZER-PAINTER STOVE WORKS, READING, PA (successor to Orr, Painter & Co.) -"Prizer Ware" enameled iron cookware PURITAN -- trade name for iron made for Sears by Griswold and/or Favorite c. 1930's -skillets, skillet covers, dutch ovens, gem and wheatstick pans A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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Q.M. BROILER PAT.7.9.87 (Pat.# 366679 Could Q.M. be Quick Meal? Pattern 442 on bottom written in the style print that Griswold used c.1890's)

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R & CO., MARRIETTA, PA -- skillets RAINBOW & CO PITTS -- skillets RANSOM - S. H. RANSOM & CO., Albany, NY -- handle griddles, waffle irons, tea kettles (Pat. Mar. 19, 1861) RATHBONE- J. F. RATHBONE & CO., ALBANY, N.Y. -- tea kettles (1866 patent) RAYMOND & CAMPBELL -- hollowware (not sure if they were the makers or Susquehanna Iron Works was) R&E MFG. CO. (Russell & Erwin) -- gem pans, handled broilers REED- W. REED & CO. CINCINNATTI. -- waffle irons (c.1860's) REID'S PAN -- (Maker unknown. Could "PAN" be referring to "PATENT" gem pan marked "REID'S PAN" and dated "DEC. 1870" -or- "JULY 18, 1871" RENFROW WARE, LA (reportedly Los Angeles and not Louisana) -- skillets, dutch ovens REY-O-NOC -- see HIBBARD (H.S.B.&Co.)- HIBBARD, SPENCER, BARTLETT & CO., CHICAGO, IL REX MFG. CO. -- "Doganbun" corndog baker RICHMOND STOVE CO. RICHMOND, VA (sometimes marked as RICHMOND VA. STOVE CO.) -- full line RITCH & PIDGE MFG. CO., Fultonville, NY -- skillets, griddles (line marked "The Peerless") ROBERTSON- W. F. ROBERTSON & CO. BEVERLY. OHIO -- PATENTED JUNE 28,

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1863 tea kettles ROGAN- L.H. ROGAN & CO. Knoxville, Ten. -- covered 3-leg kettle, ROME STOVE WORKS -- tea kettles ROPER, ROCKFORD, IL -- waffle irons RUSSELL & BEACH CHESTER, CONN. -- square waffle irons on frame (early) (RUSSELS PATENT APRIL 9 1867) maker unknown -- two part hinged broiler A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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S. MFG. CO., NEW YORK, NY (some are marked CHICAGO) -- flop griddles (also see CLEMENT & CO. under Canadian Makers section) SANFORD- D.E.SANFORD CO., Los Angeles, San Francisco -- breakfast skillets, cloverleaf pancake griddles SANFORD & CLUTE, SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- tea kettles SANDSTRUM- J.A. SANDSTRUM, PORTLAND, OR -- plett pans SANI-WARE -- see CHICAGO HARDWARE FOUNDRY CO., NORTH CHICAGO, ILL SAVERY & CO., PHILA. (Iron Hollow Ware Foundry) (predecessor of Barrows Savery & Co., circa 1875) Location: South Front Street Below The Navy Yard -- covered spiders, pots SAVERY - J. SAVERY'S SONS (97 Beckman St., NYC, NY) (some marked JOHN SAVERY'S SON & CO) -- waffle irons, wafer irons, dutch ovens, tea kettles (pat'd Dec. 18, 1866), safety kettles, hearth waffle irons, early rimmed dutch ovens, oval waffle irons SCF Co (possibly same as SO-CO-OP F'DY CO. below?) -- tea kettles S. B. & Co. -- 3-leg kettles S.C.T. CO. -- LICENSED UNDER PATENTS JAN.25'81 & APR.20'86 -- flop griddles (like S. Mfg. Co.) (Sears Roebuck) A number of companies made iron cookware for Sears including Griswold, Wagner, Favorite, Lodge and possibly others. Griswold made pieces will usually be marked S. R. & Co. or Best Made or Puritan or Merit. Favorite made pieces are marked Puritan. Wagner pieces seem to be unmarked as do Lodge made pieces which are probably later than the other companies.

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SELDEN & GRISWOLD MFG. CO., ERIE, PA (1865 to c. 1884, predecessor to Griswold) -- full line SHANTZ & KEELEY, SPRING CITY, PA. -- tea kettles SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO -- waffle irons SHEPARD HARDWARE CO., BUFFALO, NY -- gem/muffin pans, round broilers SHEPPARD -- See I.A.S. & CO. SHERMAN S. JEWETT & CO., Buffalo, Detroit (stove foundry)-- scotch bowls, 3-leg kettles SHINNICK, HATTON & CO. (some marked "SHINNICK & CO." with HATTON removed) -- tea kettles (1863 patent) SIDNEY HOLLOW WARE CO., SIDNEY, OH (c. 1886 to 1897 when bought by Wagner)-- full line SIDNEY M'F'G. CO., Sidney, O -- tea kettles (could this be either Wagner or Sidney Hollow Ware Co.???) SIDNEY SHEPARD CO. -- see SHEPARD HARDWARE CO., BUFFALO, NY SILVER CO. -- Brooklyn Broiler (there may have been other makers of the Brooklyn Broilers) SIMMONS- E C SIMMONS - SIMMONS HARDWARE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO - E. C. SIMMONS -- Keen Kutter and Simmons waffle irons S M CO. PITT'S PA -- pots, skillets SMITH, FRANCIS & WELLS, SPRINGVILLE, Chester Co., PA (now Spring City) -waffle irons c. 1860-70 SMITH'S- W.B. SMITH'S GIANT ROASTER PAT_APPL'D_FOR -- oval roasters SO-CO-OP F'DY CO., Rome, GA (Southern Cooperative Foundry?)(see SCF Co above) -tea kettles S.P. & CO. - (see STUART PETERSON & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA ) S-P CO (may be either S.P. & Co. or S & P Co. or are the three all the same company?)-skillets S & P CO. PHILA, PA -- pressure cookers, round boilers, tin handled pots SPERRY- D.R. SPERRY & CO, BATAVIA, IL -- skillets, handle griddles, dutch ovens

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SPOORS- E. SPOORS, NY -- tea kettles, skillets, (possibly other Parlor Stove Furniture) (See Foxell & Jones) SPRINGVILLE STOVE & HOLLOW WARE WORKS PA -- tea kettles S.R. & CO. -- made for Sears Robuck & Co. by Griswold c. 1930 skillets, skillet covers, dutch ovens, wheatstick pans S & T Co -- oval griddles STANDARD GAS EQUIPMENT CORP. NEW YORK -- waffle irons made by Griswold, 1908 patent STANDARD MFG. CO., MONONGAHELIA, PA -- wafer or pizzelle irons STANDARD -- skillets STEARNS- E. STEARNS & CO., Syracuse, N.Y. -- "Stearns Broilette" broiler pan and rack (rack usually missing), gem pans STILL- F. M. STILL NY -- c.1865 waffle iron marked IMPROVED STOVE CO., SCRANTON, PA -- skillets STOVER MFG. CO., Freeport IL -- waffle irons, Stover Junior toy waffle irons STUDABAKER- J. A. STUDABAKER HARDWARE. BLUFFTON, IND. -- toy skillets SULLIVAN & HERDMAN ZANESVILLE. O. -- tea kettles PATENTED JUNE 23, 1863 STUART PETERSON & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA (some pieces marked THE STUART PETERSON COMPANY PHLAD'A -or- S.P.& Co.) PHILADELPHIA, PA -- full line? PAT. 1867 flop griddles (also marked AGENTS, NEW YORK), waffle irons, spiders w/cover, dutch ovens and spiders w/flanged cover, kettles, french roll pans SUPERIOR CLEVELAND not known if SUPERIOR is the maker or a trade name) -skillets SUSQUEHANNA IRON WORKS, MIDDLETOWN, DAUPHIN CO., PA -- (see Raymond & Campbell) S.W. CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA -- pots A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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TARBELL- F L TARBELL MFG CO, CHICAGO -- COMEBACK STANDARD CONE BAKER (Ice cream cone baker)

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TECUMSEH (possibly Tecumseh, Mich.) -- skillets, pots TERSTEGGE, GOHMANN & CO. NEW ALBANY, IND 1883 -- tea kettles TEXALOY FOUNDRY FLORESVILLE, TEXAS -- dutch oven(?) cover with hand written style "JOE TODD" on top THE GEM (maker unknown) -- waffle irons (Patd April 12, 98) THOMAS, ROBERTS, STEVENSON & CO. QUAKERTOWN, PA (stove foundry) (Roberts, Scypes & Co. after 1881) -- tea kettles THOMPSON & PARKINS PHILIDELPHIA -- tea kettles (some dated 1868) T.I.W. Co. -- skillets, tea kettles TRUMBORE HROMSCO -- square egg skillets in the early Griswold pattern (the two names are marked on the bottom inside a tall cross with the M's of the two names being common) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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VAN ETTEN - F. M. VAN ETTEN, Chicago, ILL - Schofield's patent (Jan 25, 1881) -flop griddles VICTOR - lower priced line by Griswold -- skillets, waffle irons VICTOR (not Griswold) -- odorless skillets (PAT'D JUNE 10, 1879) VITANTONIO MFG. CO., CLEVELAND OHIO -- pizelle irons VOLLRATH MFG. CO., SHEBOYGAN, WI -- skillets, kettles, dutch ovens (did a lot of porcelainizing on iron) VOSE & CO, ALBANY, N.Y. (stove manuf. & dealers 1848-1861, Samuel C. Vose) -skillets A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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WAGNER MFG. CO., SIDNEY, OH (1891 to 1999) see below for currently made Wagner -- full line WAPAK HOLLOW WARE CO., WAPAKONETA, OH (1903 to 1926)-- full line

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WARDWAY -- tradename for Montgomery Wards. Items made by Wagner -- skillets, handle griddles WARNICK & LEIBRANDT PHILA -- waffle irons WATERMAN- N. WATERMAN, BOSTON, MA -- gem pans, waffle irons WELLS- H. WELLS & BRO. MARTINSFERRY. O. -- covered hearth spiders * WESTERN FOUNDRY LEAVENWORTH KAS -- 3-legged dutch ovens THE WESTERN FOUNDRY CO., Chicago, IL -- Mi-Pet skillets (3, 5, 8, 9), dutch ovens, handle griddles, shallow skillets, No. 4 oval roasters (also BLACKHAWK PRODUCTS which included a breakfast skillet) WESTERN IMPORTING CO., MINNEAPOLIS & NEW YORK & MONTREAL -- waffle irons, rosette irons WESTERN STOVE MFG. CO. ST. LOUIS, MO -- tea kettles WITTE HARDWARE CO. ST. LOUIS (reportedly established 1849) --"IXL" brand waffle irons WHEELOCK- MRS. WHEELOCKS WAFER IRONS, 599 Shelby Ave., St. Paul, Minn -Mrs. Wheelock's Wafer Irons WHITTLEY- E. WHITTLEY, BOSTON PATENTED APRIL 22, 1851 -- coffee roasters W.J. NOYES, ALBANY, NY -- tea kettles WILTON -- gem pans W.I.R.CO., WROUGHT IRON RANGE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO (Est. 1864)-- skillets, griddles, tea kettles, flat bottom kettles W.M.C. CO., N.Y. - No.76 waffle irons made by Griswold, pattern numbers 976/977/975 WOLTERS & BERGERMAN, PUEBLO, COLO PAT. MAR 3, 1908 -- flop griddles WOOD, BISHOP & CO. (W.B. Co.), BANGOR, ME -- skillets, tea kettles, gem pans WRIGHT & BRIDGEFORD LOUISVILLE. KY. -- waffle irons WRIGHTSVILLE HARDWARE CO. -- QUIKBAKE waffle irons (PATENT PENDING) W. S. & CO. ARCOLE IRON WORKS (also see ARCOLE FOUNDRY for possible connection) -- early spiders A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W CANADIAN

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Canadian makers:

"BHOUKA" Grill Granby, Que. CLEMENT & CO. TORONTO, ONT. -- flop griddles PAT. JUNE 2, 1887 (Same as those made by S MFG CO. NEW YORK) CORAL Canada -- "BHOUKA" GRILL EATON'S HOUSEWARES (T. EATON CO. HOUSEWARES DEPARTMENT) -reportedly sold by Eatons's of Canada department store)-- dutch ovens w/trivets, skillets "EATONIA" HOUSEWARES (see T. Eaton Co., above) ENAMEL & HEATING PRODUCTS LIMITED SACKVILLE N.B. -- skillets (some marked "FAWCETT" in center of bottom. Some pans were porcelainized) FINDLAY, CARLETON PLACE, ONTARIO, CAN Made by the Findlay Stove Co. which operated early 1860's to 1971 -- skillets, dutch ovens GSW- GENERAL STEEL WARES, ONTARIO, CAN -- skillets, wood handle skillets JAVELIN, JOLIETTE, QUE., CAN -- breakfast skillets, skillets, "No.20 Tasty Maize Roll Pan" (corn cob pan) L'ISLET CANADA (L' Islet, Quebec) -- skillets, oval roasters MCCLARY'S, LONDON, ONTARIO, CAN -- skillets, dutch ovens, oval roasters, round griddles, flat bottom kettles & waffle irons, breakfast skillets SMARTS- JAMES SMART MFG. CO. LIMITED, BROCKVILLE, CAN -- skillets, waffle irons, dutch ovens, bailed griddles TAYLOR FORBES, GUELPH, CAN -- waffle irons

Currently or recently produced NEW iron cookware available in North America:

AMERICAN CAMPER made in China -- skillets BENJAMIN-MEDWIN -- currently new in stores; made in China -- skillets, gem pans and other pieces DANAL INDUSTRIES INC. NEW YORK -- covered chicken fryers (made in Taiwan) DEERE & MANSUR COMPANY MOLINE, ILL -- tea kettles (made in Taiwan) FARBERWARE -- FARBERWARE cast iron cookware is currently only available via

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outlet stores -- skillets GRILLMASTER by Sunbeam made in China -- skillets JOHN WRIGHT COMPANY, Wrightsville, PA -- skillets, griddles, bowls, dutch ovens, woks, other pieces MACA- MACA Supply Company, Springville, UT -- camp dutch ovens, griddles MSE (Martha Stewart Everyday)- New from K-Mart; similiar to Benjamin Medwin; made in China -- skillets Rome Industries, Inc. Peoria, ILL since 1962 -- outdoor/camping cookware WAGNER -- made in USA (Sidney, O) Pieces actually cast up to 1999 when the Wagener Foundry closed. Foundry reopened partially in 2003 and was "refinishing" pieces left in the foundry but not pouring any new iron. These items reportedly available only from the Wagner website. WAGNER -- made in China beginning early 2004 WENZEL 1887 -- made in China for Wenzel (since 1887) who produces and sells camping gear to specialty stores. Sam's Club carried the Wenzel iron cookware c. 2000. None is currently being produced in 2003. WKM -- made in China and/or Taiwan -- skillets, wood handled skillets

Other makers (more information needed)

SPRINGFIELD FOUNDRY COMPANY, INC. -- [616-962-6278; number does not work] 1060 River Rd W Battle Creek MI 49015 PLANTATION -- skillet cover

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