This kettle is made after a 9th century original excavated on the border between Germany and Denmark.
This kettle is handmade of iron and measures 22 x 10 cm. This type of kettle is unique for its era because it is made from one piece while kettles assembled from several pieces of steel were customary. Kettles like this have been excavated at i.a. the Viking town of Jorvik (York) and in Dublin. This model of kettle was used until the 18th century.
Washing-up instructions: This item is greased before shipment. Remove the grease with warm water and dishwashing detergent (degreaser). Remove rust with steelwool or burn it away on a campfire. Our pans are not tinned.