The medieval trammel chain has a small hook on one side which is simply hooked into the cauldron handle or into a link of the chain so that the height of the cauldron above the fire can be easily adjusted.
The ring on the opposite side of the kettle chain is simply hooked into a tripod, from which the chain then hangs down.
Ideal for cooking as in the Middle Ages at a LARP or in a field camp.
The length of the cauldron chain is 68 cm.
Cauldron chains were typical of the large medieval kitchens in castles and palaces, and are still very practical for stylish camp equipment in LARP and medieval re-enactment.