[Sca-cooks] ISO resources for history of cast iron cookware

yaini0625 at yahoo.com yaini0625 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 14 10:17:13 PDT 2011

You may also want to look in Ireland as well. Ireland was a stop off point for many traveling to Iceland. The Saga Museum in Iceland is a good resource as well.

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From: "Terry Decker" <t.d.decker at att.net>
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Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] ISO resources for history of cast iron cookware

Actually, a museum in Scotland might be one of the best places to look for a 
period cast iron kettle.  IIRC, there was some serious immigration between 
Sweden and Scotland (in both directions) during the religious turmoil of the 
16th Century.


> And then there was an interesting reference I think in the book below
> which has a line drawing of a cast iron kettle or pot dating from the late
> medieval period.  I wish I had kept or could find my notes - I seem to
> recall that the pot was in a museum in Scotland.
> Katherine

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