4 - qt. Dutch Oven

Item # WX2-91983

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Cook in the open with a Cast Iron Dutch Oven.

Delicious and nutritious meals come from Cast Iron. Use for cooking anything from roasts to cakes, biscuits and breads.

To sweeten the pot:
  • Keeps food warmer longer
  • Legs for stability
  • Includes cast iron lid to keep food moist
  • Can put coals below oven and above on the lipped lid for all around heat. Tripod with chain sold separately.

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Weighs 15 lbs.

Weighs 20 lbs.

Weighs 32 lbs.

Weighs 45 lbs.

Please Note : This is a Heavy / Bulky item. $5.00 for heavy / bulky shipping and handling will be charged in addition to regular shipping and handling.

Constructed of forged iron to hold Cast Iron Dutch Ovens. Easy setup, adjustable 26" chain. Holds up to 40 lbs. 42 1 / 2 "h.; weighs 9 lbs.

Please Note : This is a Heavy / Bulky item. $10.00 for heavy / bulky shipping and handling will be charged in addition to regular shipping and handling.


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