These are undetectable as you glide your fingers over a near glass smooth surface. Six sheets of printer paper slipped under the bottom edge stops movement on a polished granite surface.
No chips, cracks or repairs and does not spin. Top Skillet: Cooking surface has a very light utensil scores and fine patches of etching from corrosion. Four sheets of printer paper slipped under the bottom edge stops movement on a polished granite surface.Test for flatness of skillet. With the skillet resting on a polished granite surface, press down all along the top rim searching for movement. If movement is found, slip pieces of printer paper under one edge of the until pot stops moving.
This item is from an old collection and was cleaned and seasoned, then stored for many years. Because item was stored for many years, there may be spots of light surface rust. This can generally be washed away then re-seasoned before use. This item is photographed in very bright light to highlight fine details.
Under these lighting conditions, item may take on a brownish color. Photos are part of the items description.
Please use them for a more clear understanding of items overall condition. If you have any questions, please let me know. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Cookware\Other Collectible Cookware". The seller is "emahge" and is located in this country: US.
This item can be shipped worldwide.