Pipkin

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For the Pipkin classification of fractures of the femoral head, see Hip fracture.
Medieval pipkins found in Hamburg/Germany (1200-1400).

A pipkin is an earthenware cooking pot used for cooking over direct heat from coals or a wood fire. It has a handle and three feet. Late medieval and postmedieval pipkins had a hollow handle into which a stick might be inserted for manipulation.

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