Cooking Fire Tripod - 140cm
This cooking fire tripod is a reproduction of an original artefact found in the Oseberg (Osebergskipet ) Viking ship burial in Norway. The Oseberg burial mound contained numerous cooking tools and feasting gear including a cooking pot or cauldron and a long handle cooking pan (Both available separately) Currently on display in the Viking Ship Museum at Oslo, Norway the tripod is estimated to be from the 9th century. A photo of the original archaeological extant artefact is shown is the last photo below.
When standing the top of the tripod is approxiamtely 140cm from the ground. The hook is peened over on the top and the arms swivel so that the arms fold down for easy storage and transport. A perfect addition to your Viking or Medieval cooking gear for your next re-enactment, living history, SCA or LARP camping event.
Hanging grill and tremmel kettle saw not included and available separately.
Please note that this item is too long to be sent via the Australia Post network and will be posted via a courier service.
Grill, kettle saw and cooking pot shown in photos are available separately.