Antique Biscuit Cookie Cutter with Handle Stamped "Fries"

Antique Biscuit Cookie Cutter with Handle Stamped "Fries" ~ Early 1900's

Regular price $34.50


Product Description: After the Civil War, manufactures in the United States began manufacturing cookie cutters similar to the style of those from Germany.  This early biscuit cutter features a rolled lip and a soldered handle and seam.  It offers a wonderful rich, dark patina with the company name "Fries" incised in the top handle.  

Circa:  Late 1800's - early 1900's

Dimensions:  2 5/8" overall height (to top of handle), 1 3/8" height (well only), 1 7/8" diameter

Product Weight:  1.1 ounce

Material:  tin

Maker:   Fries

Markings:  Fries

Color: dark gray

Condition: Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age.  Moderate to dark patina.  Spotty surface rust.

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