Roman Frying Pan With Hinged Grip, (Patera), Steel
Replica of a late Roman Frying Pan, known as a "Patera." Practical for camp use. The original was found in a grave near the Kastell Gelduba (Krefeld-Gellep, Germany) and originates from the 3rd century a.d.
Even though the pan is clearly of Roman origin, it may be used for reenactment of later eras.
The foldable handle is attached to the pan with two rivets. As with the original, there is a spout for pouring out grease. The pan is blackened with soot and oiled. We recommend thorough scrubbing with soap and/or burning off oil residue above the fire.
Material: 16mm steel (pan), flat steel handle
Total Length including handle: approx. 57 cm
Diameter: approx. 27 cm
Height Of Pan: approx. 48 mm
Weight: approx. 1.25 kg