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Rustic but Refined

19th-C. American Cookie Press

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As described by Heritage Culinary Artifacts

This primitive, circa 1825, Pennsylvania Dutch cookie press was used for creating wedding and religious cookies. There are two pieces: the base was used for rolling dough and the heavy carved top is weighted and used to create the indentation. Highly unusual and well done; a rare early piece. Wonderful condition.

About the Seller

Heritage Culinary Artifacts
Heritage Culinary Artifacts

As a sommelier, Lisa Minucci travels the world’s great wine-producing regions and knows that where there is good wine, there is good food. Her shop, Heritage Culinary Artifacts, is the ultimate repository for her treasures and finds. It’s also a wonderful excuse for Lisa to continue to travel, eat, fish, hunt, gather, and forage, returning to her home in California’s Napa Valley with interesting booty and tales from both the trails and the table.

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Product Information

Country of Origin:
Damage Information:
wood worn on cookie board
16" W