This new generation of tin-lined brass buckets is exactly what 18th-century living history needs. The folded ears are the most accurate choice for pre-19th-century cooking and these lightweight kettles are perfect for whipping up an open hearth soup or stew.
1/2 Gallon - 4-1/2" high x 7-1/2" diameter 1 Gallon - 5-" high x 9" diameter
This is one of the best pieces of camp cooking equipment I have ever owned. Authentic, easy to transport, and extremely versatile. We are up to three because we keep finding more uses for them and will probably be back for more.
I don’t always want to cook in a cast iron pot and definitely not small batches of something. The half gallon brass kettle is perfect for several carrots and potatoes or even gravy. A small batch of stew would be a great use too.
Best oh all, cooked potatoes are no longer grey from cooking in cast iron. I think I’ll get another kettle.