Caldrons are large pots that are used for cooking or brewing. They are usually made of metal, such as iron or copper, but can also be made of other materials, such as clay. Caldrons often have a handle or two handles and a lid. Some caldrons also have legs.
Caldrons are made by first shaping the metal into a large, deep bowl. The handles and legs are then added. The caldron is then placed over a fire and heated until red-hot. At this point, the metal is pounded with a hammer to make it thinner and to shape it into the final form. After the caldron has cooled, it is ready to be used.