Likely the most frequently issued cooking vessel during the Revolutionary War, soldiers preferred camp kettles over heavier cast iron pots. One problem with tin-plated camp kettles, however, to which anyone who has ever used one can attest, is that they are very prone to rusting. With our Stainless Steel Camp Kettle, you get the look of tin with the durability of stainless steel. These cook pots measure 10" deep and 9" in diameter, and hold approximately 2-1/2 gallons. Lid included. Lead-free soldered joints.