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Old 10-28-2016, 02:52 PM
Denise C Denise C is offline
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Default What do I do with this?

I found this at an estate sale this morning for I hope not too much money. I have never seen the plated Griswolds up close and personal before. Is the plating on the inside worn off or were they plated less than the outside? Is it in good, fair or poor condition? It almost looks like unseasoned CI on the cooking surface, yet it also looks like it might have been plated. I'm clueless. Do I season it? Do I just cook with it? How do I care for it? Do I sell it because I really like my bare CI or do I keep it because I don't have a Griswold Breakfast Skillet? How does plated CI differ from the bare stuff when cooking? Thanks in advance for your patience with all my questions.
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