10 Inches of Skillet 

Field Company

FIELD COMPANY: LIGHTER AND SMOOTHER

Reminiscent of vintage cast iron, these well-seasoned skillets come in two sizes: the No. 10 that measures up to a 12-inch skillet, and the No. 8, whose diameter is just over 10 inches.

Smithey Ironware

SMITHEY IRONWARE: SOLIDLY SOUTHERN

Not too heavy, not too light, these South Carolina-made skillets are a true representation of craftsmanship. The names of these pans conveniently correlate to their size, so when you choose a No. 10 or a No. 12, there’s no confusion.

Marquette Castings

MARQUETTE CASTINGS: FAMILY FOUNDED

Featuring two small pour spouts and a uniquely cast handle, Marquette skillets are straightforward when it comes to sizing. Conveniently marked with diameter size on the underside, these pans come in 8 inches, 10 inches, and 10.5 inches.

4 COMMENTS

    • Depending on the age of the skillet, the number may refer to the size of the woodburning stove “eye.” From https://www.castironcollector.com/numbers.php :

      “Often, the assumption is erroneously made that the large numeral, found normally either on the top of the handle or on the bottom of a piece, indicates its diameter in inches. A measurement of both the top and the bottom rim of a pan, however, will quickly confirm that the number has no direct correlation to either dimension.

  1. (Cast Iron Skillet Pan, 15 Inch)
    Skillet is great. Only downside is it wasn’t properly seasoned. But after a few coats with canola oil and after a few times cooking with it, it’s seasoned perfectly now.

    I took it camping and cooked bacon and eggs over the fire… worked like a charm!

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