Chestnut pan for flames and open fires
A carbon steel, many-holed pan for the proper roasting of chestnuts, either over an open fire, a barbecue, or gas flame. These pans can be seasoned with oil, although if used solely for chestnuts this is only necessary for the protection it grants the steel. Made by France by de Buyer, who have been making similar pans since the 1830s. Diameter about 28cm.