You really must feel the heft of this nearly 7-1/2 lb work of art to fully appreciate how well-
constructed it is. This is a reproduction of a late 16th-century example. Vessels like these
were commonly used throughout Europe and have been found at a number of American
archaeological sites as well. In addition, Riveted Copper Kettles were commonly used on
ships. 10-1/2” in diameter, with a 9” tall sidewall. Holds approximately 3 gallons. Constructed
from heavy copper sheeting and over 100 rivets by our Master Redsmith here in the U.S.A.
The ears and bail are handwrought iron. Fully tinned on the inside by hand. This is truly an
impressive cooking vessel and a real heirloom piece! May require additional delivery time.