1. Making Late Bronze Age cauldrons during the 2013 Umha Aois experimental archaeology symposium at the Feile na Bealtaine in Dingle. Billy Mag Fhloinn is finishing his riveted cauldron made from the copper sheet of an old hot water cylinder. To seal the seams, 2kg of porridge is cooked as a first meal… Doolin-based jeweller Brian Hackett is working on the rim of a cauldron, using cast spike rivets.

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