Kettle hanging appliance
river Nahtohu, Ussuri Krai
late 19th - early 20th century
Wood; threads: plant fiber (rope)
Two spade-shaped handles, the broad part having a notch for hanging the kettle over fire, tied together with one rope passed through round holes in the top edge. The pair hooks were secured to various above-fireplace structures (tripods or grills) and used for suspending a two-ear kettle.
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