Stewpot with lid (replica of an early 15th century article)

  • Stewpot with lid (replica of an early 15th century article)

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    Gravel clay (diluted with crushed granite), polished. Yeast pottery (this is a technology in which a product heated to redness is dipped in rye, pea or beet yeast at the end of combustion). Such pots appear in Vilnius in the middle of the 14th century. It is a typical of early Gothic cooking, stewing vessel. Until the 16th - 17th centuries such pots are an inseparable element of Vilnius cuisine. It is said that the food produced in such a pot is very tasty and aromatic.

    Height 24 cm, diameter 20 cm.

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    Such pots appear in Vilnius in the middle of the 14th century. It is a typical early Gothic cooking vessel. The pot is molding by gluing clay rollers to each other and turning the manual ring wheel. And it is burned using yeast ceramic technology (when a product heated to redness is dipped in wheat, pea or beet yeast at the end of combustion). Until the 16th - 17th centuries such pots are an inseparable element of Vilnius cuisine. It is said that the food produced in such a pot is very tasty and aromatic.

    Height 18,5 cm, diameter 16 cm.

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    Such pots appear in Vilnius in the middle of the 14th century. It is a typical early Gothic cooking vessel. The pot is molding by gluing clay rollers to each other and turning the manual ring wheel. And it is burned using yeast ceramic technology (when a product heated to redness is dipped in wheat, pea or beet yeast at the end of combustion). Until the 16th - 17th centuries such pots are an inseparable element of Vilnius cuisine. It is said that the food produced in such a pot is very tasty and aromatic.

    Height 13 cm, diameter 12 cm."