Blacksmithing - Early American Hearth Cookware with Adam Howard. #651-0503. 2 days.

Before the age of cook stoves, meals were prepared and cooked either on an open fire or in the hearth at home. One of the most common and sought after cookware pieces was the spider. A spider is a long handled legged skillet that sits directly over the coals in which a variety of meals can be produced. You will learn the art of forming the pan, raising the sides, flattening the bottom, and forging the handle and legs which will then be attached by riveting. Come enjoy creating this useful and fun skillet that can even be used in your home fire place.

Tuition $230 Member Tuition $210. Materials Fee $45.

NOTE: Hard shoes and long pants are required for student safety.


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