No. 13 Skillet
When the recipe calls for big portions, reach for the No. 13 skillet. The big loop handles fit better in the oven, on your stove and in your cabinet. If you find yourself cooking for 3 or more people, this is the size you want. There is nothing this skillet can’t do. At 7.6 lbs. our No. 13 is the lightest 13” skillet available. If you like high quality products that last forever this one is for you. This skillet is smoother and lighter than any other skillets because it is cast with a better method. Made by hand in the USA.
- Cooking Surface Size: 11.25"
- Overall Length: 15.25"
- Top Rim Diameter: 13"
- Inside Wall Height: 1.75"
- Wall Thickness: 3-4mm
- Weight: 7.6lbs
Excellent - love it
Great piece for my kitchen. I love the polished smooth surface and the fact that flax oil is used to season. That’s the holy grail of seasoning oils, and I called 5 other companies, all of which do not use flax, just vegetable oil.
Almost a dead ringer for an old griswold
Used the 13" skillet for the first time this evening. I have several old griswolds and wagners, and this pans is as close as anything I've ever seen to the griswolds, which I prefer to the wagners. The Markquette pan is light and thin, just like my favorite vintage griswold. Of course you'd be hard pressed to find a vintage griswold in 13"! My one complaint is that it has a heat ring on the bottom. I use a flat top induction stove, so I never like to see this. It's a fairly thin heat ring however, so the pan worked fine, but why?
Monster Cinnamon Rolls
I have an extensive Cast iron collection of the top dollar Old World names. I received this hoping it would surpass the quality of what I already have. I was not disappointed. The workmanship of this cast iron skillet delivers on the companies promises. I look forward to creating Monstrous cinnamon rolls to the delight of my co-workers.
Supremely seared sea scallops - - Perfect Pan
I ordered the pan in January and received it a week ago. The quality is very good and the weight is light for its size.. The first use was to sear large sea scallops. They turned out fantastic. We look forward to cooking filets, chops and more. Sleek design. Attractive pan. A treasure.