Antique Roman stove (Craticula) similiar to Calleva Atrebatum
Faithful replica of a late Roman gridiron or stove (craticula) from the town of Calleva Atrebatum in the Roman province of Britannia, now Silchester, England.
There is a round opening in the middle of the grid for a pan (patera) or pot (situla). All joints are riveted by hand. Although the stove is definitely Roman, it is also suitable for medieval reenactment, since the shape and manufacture hardlychanged.
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Materials: Massive steel, revited
Length: Approx. 59 cm (23,2")
Width: Approx. 56 cm (22")
Height: Approx. 21 cm (8,26")
Weight: Approx. 7,5 kg (16,5 lb)