volume 6 liters
Material-steel 3. Thickness 1.5-1.2 mm
cauldron diameter-26 cm
cauldron height-16 cm
The height of thecauldron to the top of the handle – 30 cm
cauldron weight-1300 gr.
One of the most common variants of cauldrons for the period of the developed Middle Ages.
The simple and convenient shape of the cauldron helps to place it conveniently and without unnecessary hassle on a taganka or hang it on a tripod.
The absence of seams on the pot allows you to use it immediately without additional pre-welding and sealing.
Images of such pots and the methods of their attachment over the fire are widely represented on the visual sources of the developed Middle Ages.