Saturday, November 24, 2012

Revolutionary War Period Household Items

The Iron Cooking Pot itself is separate and measures about 5.5” in diameter x 3.25” high, having three small feet on its bottom for balance. It is placed upon its mated circular three legged iron Trivet Stand which measures about 4.75” tall with a long an 8.25” attached handle, which extends gradually upward for a total height of 9.25”. This stand would normally be placed within the fire pit, pressed down for stability. One leg is slightly shorter, possibly as made. 




Copy and photos from Early American.

1 comment:

  1. Nope...those legs were perhaps as much as 3" longer when it was newly cast.

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