Hand trick mill of stone
The hand trick mill was presumably already common in preroman time in Europe and in front East. Our reply is based on Roman originals, however, these stones are suited of course also to medieval representation.
The hand mill exists of two disc-shaped struck stones which are connected by an iron pencil in the middle.
In between one lays the grist, e.g., grain. Now the upper meal stone is moved by means of the eccentrically pocketed wooden clutch and by the friction the grain becomes ground. However, with our rotary mill it concerns an equipment, the ground and ground coarsely grain should not be consumed, because the stone itself also has a certain wear.
Still a great device to bring forward the easy technology of the antique and medieval Mahlens.
- Diameter: approx. 30 cm
- Thickness of the stone discs: approx. 5 cm
- Weight: approx. 15 kg
To equipment - not for the contact with food suitable.
Dispatch weight: 16.00 kg