Hard to know its scale (I like to imagine it frying-pan size) but its asymmetries speak to its origins.
The cook straightened up from his frying-pan and looked at it.
He stood before the stove, stirring the contents of a frying-pan.
The man laid down his frying-pan and tea-pail, and walked with Duff toward his camp.
The frulein had risen in the meanwhile, and was busy with the kettle and a frying-pan.
If, indeed, Paris were seriously threatened by the Germans, it might be like jumping from the frying-pan into the fire.
Theodora had gone into their cabin, to fetch our tin ware and frying-pan.
And then, suddenly, out of the corner of his eyes he noted the rag which she had wrapped about the handle of the frying-pan.
The cook seized a large fish to prepare it for the frying-pan.
Ere long Martin was seen slowly ascending the cliffs, holding the frying-pan with great care.
(Heb. marhesheth, a "boiler"), a pot for boiling meat (Lev. 2:7; 7:9).