Antique Early American Spatula Unusual Decorative Folk Art Tulip Blade
Description: During Colonial times and later, often many American homes were known to prepare meals over a wood fire. Early American kitchen tools - utensils were often seen hanging above the hearth on a timber or nearby the fire when not in use. This decorative spatula made of a wrought iron loop handle and sheet metal blade measures 17 3/4" inches. What makes this one special is the rather large crafted folk art tulip shape blade. An unusual one which would look would display very nicely in a colonial style kitchen or near a hearth. Its a different one for sure.
Note: Please refer to "Condition" for additional information.
Circa: Most likely Earlier 1900s
Overall Length: 17 ¾”
Blade: 7” x 6 ¼”
Item Weight: 10.1 ounces
Color: Silver, Gray, Black
Material: Wrought Iron and Heavy Sheet Metal
Makers' Mark: No visible makers’ mark
Condition: Previously owned – used. Condition is consistent with age and normal use. No breaks or issues other than areas of normal patina and use (as shown).
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