Round Guardian Service Ware Hammered Aluminum Roaster with Glass Lid, Thanksgiving Gift, 10 Year Aluminum Anniversary, Cast Aluminum Pots

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Round Guardian Service Ware Hammered Aluminum Roaster with Glass Lid, Thanksgiving Gift, 10 Year Aluminum Anniversary, Cast Aluminum Pots

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Vintage from the 1930s

Material

Aluminum

This listing is for a round tapered Guardian Service Ware roaster, with a glass lid. The set includes 2 pieces - the round roaster and a glass domed lid.

Fast Facts
• Hammered Guardian Service triangle roasting set w/ 2 pieces - tapered round roaster and glass lid.
• Measures approx 9" open at the top, tapered to 7" at the bottom. Approx 7.5" tall with lid.
• Good condition.
• Dated 1930's-1956.


The roaster is in excellent condition. The roaster sits flat. There is minimal discoloration in areas of the hammered finish and the inside of the pan. The aluminum displays a wonderful, eye catching shine. The Guardian logo on the bottom is well preserved. The glass lid is in good condition. It is not clouded. There are numerous small chips to the inner and outer rims of the lid. There is light use scratching of the glass surface.

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About Guardian Service


Guardian Service cookware was produced from the 1930's until 1956. This cookware is still highly sought after and collectible today! The solid construction, excellent results while cooking, and nostalgia all contribute to the desirability. Did you know that Guardian Service Cookware was once sold by independent salesmen, much like Tupperware was in the 60's? Guardian Service Cookware was considered quite high-end and expensive for its time. A full set cost about a month's pay - today's equivalent would be about $2,500!



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This listing is for a round tapered Guardian Service Ware roaster, with a glass lid. The set includes 2 pieces - the round roaster and a glass domed lid.

Fast Facts
• Hammered Guardian Service triangle roasting set w/ 2 pieces - tapered round roaster and glass lid.
• Measures approx 9" open at the top, tapered to 7" at the bottom. Approx 7.5" tall with lid.
• Good condition.
• Dated 1930's-1956.


The roaster is in excellent condition. The roaster sits flat. There is minimal discoloration in areas of the hammered finish and the inside of the pan. The aluminum displays a wonderful, eye catching shine. The Guardian logo on the bottom is well preserved. The glass lid is in good condition. It is not clouded. There are numerous small chips to the inner and outer rims of the lid. There is light use scratching of the glass surface.

Don't quite see what you're looking for? Please contact us! Bulk discounts, combined shipping, and international express may also be available upon request.

..............................................................................................................



About Guardian Service


Guardian Service cookware was produced from the 1930's until 1956. This cookware is still highly sought after and collectible today! The solid construction, excellent results while cooking, and nostalgia all contribute to the desirability. Did you know that Guardian Service Cookware was once sold by independent salesmen, much like Tupperware was in the 60's? Guardian Service Cookware was considered quite high-end and expensive for its time. A full set cost about a month's pay - today's equivalent would be about $2,500!



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We believe that sincere customer service is the key to running a successful and memorable business! If you have a special request or any further questions, please send us a message! Click this link to view our cancellation, returns, exchanges, and other store policies: www.etsy.me/2q4U9h7

Please follow this link to view our CURRENT shipping and processing times: www.etsy.me/2p7k9F5

View more vintage kitchenware: www.etsy.me/2qNETUq

View antique cast iron: www.etsy.me/2qAN8CY

View all of our listings: www.etsy.me/2p7lUSw

Check our shop announcement - you may find a coupon code!

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Cast iron cooking is pretty straight forward! All pieces unless otherwise noted come seasoned and ready to cook with. Cast iron can be used on stovetops, ovens, grills, or even for campfire cooking. 

Let the pan heat evenly for about 10 minutes before use to help prevent sticking. We recommend using a steel spatula with cast iron. Until your seasoning is well established, avoid cooking acidic foods in non enameled cast iron for long periods of time. Cast iron also makes wonderful servingware, but we do not recommend storing foods in cast iron. To maintain the seasoning of your skillet make sure to always store your cast iron dry.
You can use any cooking oil to add seasoning to your skillet. Heat the skillet to 200-250° F until hot to the touch. Handle very carefully as cast iron gets HOT! Give the pan a wipe down with the preferred oil, then allow to fully cool. Wipe the excess oil until the pan feels dry. Too much oil will prevent the cast iron from seasoning properly. 

Once cooled and wiped, place the cast iron back into the oven. Bake for 1 hour at 100° F above the smoke point of the chosen oil - usually around 400°-500°F. The high heat is necessary to make the oil polymerize and form a hard, non stick surface. Smoke should be minimal if the pan was properly wiped, but we recommend opening the windows still. Let cool fully once more before handling.
Soap may be used on your cast iron skillet. With a properly polymerized seasoning soap will not damage the non stick surface. Like glass, cast iron can be sensitive to abrupt temperature changes. Use hot - not cold - water on cast iron that has not yet cooled. We recommend using a steel or chainmail scrubber. Do not soak your cast iron skillet. Scrub with plain or soapy water and dry before storing. 

If there are any especially stuck on spots, then warm some oil in the pan before scrubbing. If your pan develops rust, a short bath in a vinegar and water mixture and then some light scrubbing will remove rust. Rust can damage the seasoning so cast iron will need to be reseasoned if allowed to rust.
Cast iron has a very high heat emissivity - this means it radiates heat much more strongly than other cooking materials. Cast iron gets HOT. Very hot. Handle appropriately. You may have to use more than one potholder. 

We are not liable for any harm or damages that arise from the misuse or use of cast iron cookware. Proper handling while cooking, seasoning, and otherwise using cast iron is your responsibility.
The best way to tell if your cast iron is properly seasoned is by feeling it and seeing how it preforms. Properly seasoned cast iron should feel smooth and dry - it should not be sticky, tacky, or wet. Once fully seasoned, oil will "bead up" if you attempt to season it further. If food is sticking to your cast iron, make sure you are properly heating it up and using enough oil. Very sticky foods like candy do better in enameled cast iron. If your cast iron seasoning seems to chip easily, try changing the oil you are using to season it.

Coloration is not a reliable indicator of proper seasoning. The final color and evenness varies depending on the pan and the type of oil(s) used for seasoning.
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