The Suber is an item more at place in the kitchens of middle to upper class society in the 18th century, although it is not inconceivable that a commoner might possess one. The Suber was used either Hearth or fireside to roast any large piece of meat such as Venison, Beef, Pork or Fowl by simply sticking the meat on the fork and placing the Suber near the coals. The tripod leg construction and long handle make for a very stable and balanced base. These items are patterned and reproduced from original examples. They are hand-forged and riveted with steel rivets. After assembly they are finished with the proper hot beeswax treatment as most all cooking implements were during the Colonial Period.
Product Dimensions: 21" long x 7" high x 8" wide
Product Weight: 5 lbs.
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