Oeseberg Frying Pan

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Frying pan from Oeseberg - iron
Frying pan from Oeseberg - iron
Oeseberg Viking Frying Pan
Oeseberg Viking Frying Pan
Oeseberg frying pan handle
Oeseberg frying pan handle
Viking frying pan backside
Viking frying pan backside
Original Oesberg frying pan
Original Oesberg frying pan
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Viking frying pan from the ship burial of Oseberg.

The Viking ship find from Oseberg contained, among other finds, numerous utensils for the Viking household, including a forged Viking frying pan.

This long-handled frying pan was an indispensable tool in the Viking kitchen because the flat Oseberg pan was used to prepare the flat bread for the daily meals on the open fire.

Characteristic of a Viking frying pan is the long handle and the circular, rotating pan plate. Both together made it possible to centre the heat of the embers exactly where it was needed on the frying pan.

In addition to the Viking frying pan from Oseberg, there are other very similar finds. There is a Viking frying pan from Glopen in Norway and one from the Viking settlement of Yorvik in England.

The Oseberg frying pan measures 79 x 19.5 cm.

This Viking frying pan is a historical prop that is produced in small numbers and therefore does not have food law certification. Therefore we are obliged to the following notice: Prop - not certified for food contact.
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Viking frying pan from the ship burial of Oseberg.

The Viking ship find from Oseberg contained, among other finds, numerous utensils for the Viking household, including a forged Viking frying pan.

This long-handled frying pan was an indispensable tool in the Viking kitchen because the flat Oseberg pan was used to prepare the flat bread for the daily meals on the open fire.

Characteristic of a Viking frying pan is the long handle and the circular, rotating pan plate. Both together made it possible to centre the heat of the embers exactly where it was needed on the frying pan.

In addition to the Viking frying pan from Oseberg, there are other very similar finds. There is a Viking frying pan from Glopen in Norway and one from the Viking settlement of Yorvik in England.

The Oseberg frying pan measures 79 x 19.5 cm.

This Viking frying pan is a historical prop that is produced in small numbers and therefore does not have food law certification. Therefore we are obliged to the following notice: Prop - not certified for food contact.
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