Antique Tin Cookie Cutters Folk Art Bird, Heart, Rooster, Schoolmarm, Ruffled Rectangle
Product Description: An amazing group of early tin cookie cutters from Pennsylvania Dutch, Lancaster County region. This collection of five having their own folky and country-primitive appearance, depicts a Folk Art Bird, Rooster, Heart, Amish Woman or Schoolmarm and Ruffled Rectangular Motif. Although each piece has either lost its handle or was designed using only a finger hole, they are still a great collection for crafting. Many find pleasure mounting old tin cookie cutters on wooden cutting boards, crafting into Christmas ornaments or just displaying in clear jars for a warm, primitive appearance.
Note: Please refer to “Condition” for additional information. Not being sold for food use. Only for display purposes.
Circa: Later 1800’s – Early 1900’s
Dimensions: (Length x Width)
Rooster: 5”x 5 1/4”
Bird: 4”x 2 1/2"
Heart: 2 3/4” x 3”
Woman: 2 ¾”x 4"
Ruffled Rectangular Motif: 3 ¼”x 2 1/2"
Product Weight: 6.3 ounces (group of 5)
Markings/Signatures: No visible markings or signatures
Condition: Previously owned – used. Good condition for crafting or displaying. Not for food use. Missing handles or designed with only a finger hole. Patinated surface on each piece. Ruffled rectangular cookie cutter is missing two pedals and only solder is left (as shown). Primitive appearance.
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