An Antique 19th Century

Handmade Pennsylvania Dutch

'Cherry Wood Rolling Pin'

Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 

Treenware

DESCRIPTION

From a local Lancaster County Pennsylvania estate, a handmade Pennsylvania German Rolling Pin. This is from the 19th Century circa 1880. An antique cherry wood rolling pin that has a good weight and beautiful grain to the wood. It measures 18-1/2" in length and 8" in circumference.

This is in one piece, the handles are not separate from the pin, all beautifully turned from one piece of wood.

A fabulous rolling pin for the serious collector or cook. SOLID ... GOOD & HEAVY ... AND SUCH A GREAT PATINA!

Works perfectly with the natural grip of your hands. Beautiful for working dough. It has been used over all the years for baking and cooking wonderful Pennsylvania German pies, cookies and noodles and still looks superb! It is a Beauty to use!

The wood grain is fabulous, the rolling pin has a rich deep natural color. Little edge wear to tips of handles, no repairs. There is no varnish or lacquer on this, a totally natural patina to the wood. It is as usable today as it was when it was made.

18-1/4" total length - 8" diameter at center - handles are 3-1/2" long.

CONDITION

Excellent Used Condition.

The cherry wood has a beautiful deep coloring.



















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