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is this18th to early 19thcentury Hanging Griddlemade for cooking on an open hearth kitchen fireplace. Thisfeaturesa sand casted12 7/8 inch diameter ironcooking surfacesuspended froma hand forged wroughtironhandlewith swiveling hook eye. Originallythe panhadthreeattached legsforthe option of sitting on a bed of coals.The legs havelong been removed or have broken off due to of its era. Its total weight is 10 pounds4 ounces. The cooking surface is very smooth and flat and issurrounded by a 1/2 inch raised rim. Its arched hanging handle is a little bent out ofshape from usebut still hangs properly. There are no chips orcracks,it is rust free and has been well cleaned and seasoned. Thisisa great historical collectibleand yetuseable cast iron