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The first aluminum cookware was a tea kettle made around 1893.
General Housewares made products under the Griswold and Wagner brands until 1999, when it closed and the manufacturing and brands were acquired by American Culinary Corporation of Willoughby, Ohio "One is considered fortunate nowadays if by chance one of these iron utensils is handed down to them from the second to the third generation.Straight/Straight, Centered (1910-1915) Wagner Sidney O. Arc/Straight/Straight (1920s)⁸ Wagner Ware Sidney -O- Stylized Logo, High (1922-1924, heat ring & size no.; 1924-1935, heat ring & c/n; 1935-1959, smooth bottom) Wagner Ware Sidney -O- Stylized Logo, Centered (1924-1935, heat ring & c/n)⁹ Wagner Ware Sidney -O- Stylized Logo, "Pie Logo" (1924-1934)¹⁰ National Arc Logo (1890s-1920s) National/Wagner Ware Sidney -O- Stylized, Dual Logo w/size number (1922-1924) National/Wagner Ware Sidney -O- Stylized, Dual Logo w/catalog no.(1924-1945) Long Life (1930s) Montgomery Ward/Wardway (1930s) This contradicts published sources placing the "pie logo" much earlier, as early as 1915.It is on account of these wonderful Cast Iron utensils that you have such fond recollections of the rich, juicy steaks and chops your grandmother used to serve." – Aunt Ellen Griswold cast iron pots and pans, skillets, dutch ovens, and other kitchen items had a reputation for high quality, and they are well known to antique collectors and sellers.The easily recognized "cross" logo seen on Griswold products from the 1910s through the 1960s was modified several times over the years.
I simply washed it with some soap and hot water, soaked it in 50% vinegar & 50% water for 20 minutes.