Roman cooking grill. To be placed upon a fire. Made after the Silchester (Calleva Atrebatum) founding.
Height 21 cm
× All these cooking accessories are accurate copies of historical artefacts. They may be used, but they do not meet the european standarts for cooking and eating devices. The tinned items may contain small quantities of lead, and the copper based alloys are slightly toxic (we know that now.. but they did not in the middle age and antiquity).