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We have one of the biggest selections of Roman, Viking, and Medieval feastware and cookware on the web. The forged iron is authentic, made with the same materials and in the same way the original cooking utensils, cutlery, eating utensils, pots, pans, kettles, and more were made.
Our feastware can make any occasion stand out and be special, but is especially at home at Renaissance Faires, re-enactments, cos-play, period weddings, parties, and even for camping today. It is rugged and well made, and just as important, at the right price.
The term cutlery comprises silverware or flatware during historical times and various sets were favored by Romans and Vikings and saw the tables of Europe's Royal Courts, which includes forks, knives, and spoons of many sizes. We know during the Middle Ages it was common to simply use your fingers to eat with and let's face it, we still like to eat that way when we can today, but sometimes manners matter. Enjoy our wide array of forged iron camping, cooking, and eating feastware for your next gathering. Enjoy your purchase for years by following these easy care instructions.
Made of hand forged iron, this pan sports a nice long 10” handle which has been decorated with a scalloped design and hanging hook on the end. Perfect for re-enactment, from Viking and Medieval camps to feasts and festivals, your settings will be authentic!
This hand-forged cutlery set is constructed of high-carbon steel which has been given an antiqued aged finish. Each piece has a traditional forged blacksmith's twist and has been decorated with a small leaf at its base. Comes with leather belt pouch for easy transport.
Iron tongs like these were historically used to remove hot pots or kettles from the cooking fire and for the safe handling of firewood. These heavy-duty, large tongs are perfect for your outdoor medieval reenactment, or they can be used at cookouts at home!
This feasting utensil set fits in a tie-fold, open belt leather pouch with a 3-1/2" belt loop. The handles of each piece feature the traditional blacksmith’s twist. Each piece is approximately 8" long overall.
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