Antique Wooden Butter Print Mold Press 3 Leaf and Acorn Pattern

Antique Wooden Butter Print Mold Press 3 Leaf and Acorn Pattern

Regular price $155.00

 

Product Description:  During the 19th century butter print molds were highly used in farmhouse kitchens to give their butter more of a unique characteristic for their own use and to sell.  This wooden stamp mold most likely from the mid to late 1800's, is carved with a 3 Leaf and Acorn pattern on a round piece of wood with a plunger. The exterior case appears to be lathed turned.  You couldn’t ask for better surface patina on this piece with a mix of brown tones.  A very nice example of woodenware from the 19th century. 

Note:  Please refer to "Condition" for additional information

Circa:  Mid to late 1800’s

Dimensions: 
Diameter of Print Face:  3 1/2 “
Diameter of Housing:  4 3/4 “
Overall Height (in sitting position):  5 1/2”

Color:  Brown Tones

Maker:  Unknown

Markings:  No visible markings

Product Weight:  12.6 ounces

Maker/Craftsman:  Unknown

Origin:  Acquired in Northeaster Pennsylvania

Condition:  Previously owned – used.  Functions as it should.  Aged patina.  Face of print has a thin 1 inch hairline crack with a possible repair to that area although not easily noticeable (as shown).  Due to age, being sold as a collectible.  Not for food use.

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