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Dutch Ovens18 of 46Who made this old cast iron pot?I think this is a BSR
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    Posted 6 years ago

    wallywalwal
    (4 items)

    As you can see the dutch oven only has one pour spout as the skillet has 2. I am no expert but the iron seems to match better as well. my grandmother had all three and I guess I just wanted it to be the lid for the dutch oven as I cook in them more often than skillets lol. Seems the skillet is definitely later than 1960 maybe the lid is too. As usual any advice would be appreciated.

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    1. Elliott_Lonestar, 1 year ago
      The skillet is a Birmingham Stove & Range (BSR) No. 12.

      During this time frame, I believe that BSR made bother their skillets and Dutch ovens with the same diameter so that the same lid could be used on either piece of cookware.

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