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This impressive bronze cooking pot is fitted with two hooked handles and stands on three large so-called claw feet. An unusual feature is that a cross is fitted to each point where the legs are mounted on the pot. There are only two other comparable examples of this. Such bronze cookery pots were a valuable possession. They were used in a smaller size in late mediaeval kitchens for preparing stews.

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Title cooking pot
Material and technique Bronze, wrought iron
Object type
Cooking pot > Cauldron > Cooking utensils > Kitchen and household > Utensil
Cooking pot > Cauldron > Cooking utensils > Kitchen and household > Utensil
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Diameter 33 cm
Height 34 cm
Artists Geelgieter: Anoniem
Accession number KB 40 (KN&V)
Credits Schenking / Donation: Coll. Mr. J. W. Frederiks 1994
Department Applied Arts & Design
Acquisition date 1994
Creation date in circa 1400 - 1500
Age artist Unknown
Geographical origin The Netherlands > Western Europe > Europe

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