This is a medium-sized metal saucepan. It features a wooden grip and a metal eye-ring for hanging. The grip is worn from extensive use and the pan itself is stained and scorched. A permanent ring on the interior marks the level at which water has been boiled thousands of times. This is an article you might find in your grandmother's kitchen, or in a North American Appalachian or other rural home place. Some materials are photographic; others are computer-generated. The geometry is polygonal and high-resolution (~5500 polygons). The model consists of several objects in a single group for convenient animation, but could be easily un-grouped. The purchaser receives the .max file and associated texture files zipped together using Max's Archive feature.