Pipkins were a utility pot used over hundreds of years to simmer sauces, make gravies, and melt butter or other fats. A local potter hand throws this simple yet beautiful version. Redware pottery with a lead-free clear glaze on the inside. Approximately 5" in diameter and 8" long (including handle). Holds approximately 1-1/2 pints. Intended to be used with liquids over embers (and definitely not on the stove top).
Item # P-4180