Enamel Rice Cooker; 014.0175.0001


Pender Islands Museum


Enamel Rice Cooker

About this object

The cooker is composed of two enameled half spheres which are fold-able. The two half spheres have many holes and are held together by a wire handle. Rice is usually placed inside the cooker and immersed in boiling water to cook the rice.

Medium and Materials

Metal and enamel


Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 20.3 cm
Length: 15.2 cm

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