Antique Folk Art Double Tulip Ruffled Hexagon Cookie Cutter Soldered Seams Late 1800s
Product Description: A wonderful late 19th century tin cookie cutter with original hand-soldered seams from the South Central region of Pennsylvania. In a hexagon form, it showcases ruffled edges with a crafted, double tulip motif in the center. Although the handle on the back is bent, this is a nice example of an early handcrafted cookie cutter with a folky touch.
Note: Refer to "Condition" for additional information. Due to age, not recommended for food use.
Additional Uses: Crafting, Display
Circa: Late 1800s
Product Dimensions: 3" x 3 3/8" approx.
Product Weight: 1.5 ounces
Markings: No visible markings or signatures
Color: Dark Gray
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age. Bent handle on the flat back. No visible solder loss or broken areas. Light rust on edges, light to moderate natural patina.Shipping:
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