Early American Rustic Hearth Iron Ladle and Skimmer
Product Description: Iron ladles and skimmers similar to this pair were commonly hung and used for cooking in early American Colonial kitchens near an open hearth. Both pieces are crafted from iron with a ring end tip and flattened handles. Although they are slightly different in size, they showcase as a perfect pair with just the right amount of rustic charm that will certainly add a bit of Early American feel to your home.
Circa: Most likely later 1800's
Note: Please refer to “Condition” section below for additional information.
Markings: No visible makers' marks.
Product Weight: 1 pound 4 ounces (pair)
Skimmer: Length (overall): 17 ½”, Length (handle only): 13”, Diameter of Scoop: 4 7/8”
Ladle: Length (overall): 16”, Length (handle only): 11 ½”, Diameter of Scoop: 4 ¾”
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and normal use. Solid construction with surface patina, heavier in some areas in the scoops.
Product Weight: 1 pound 4 ounces
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