Antique "Primitive Lady in Long Dress" Cookie Cutter Flat Back Two Large Finger Holes
Product Description: A terrific 19th century cookie cutter depicting a lady in a long dress. Simple, yet offering a lovely primitive appearance. This wonderful collectible features two large finger holes in a triangular shape tin back. These round, finger holes were originally crafted so the stuck cookie dough could be pushed out of the cutter. With soldered connections and dark surface patina, this cookie cutter is truly a wonderful collectible.
Note: Refer to "Condition" for additional information. Due to age, not recommended for food use.
Additional Uses: Crafting, Display
Circa: 19th century
Dimensions: 5" Tall x 2 7/8" Wide (bottom of dress) x 5/8 High
Color: Medium to dark grey
Condition: Previously owned - used. Age appropriate condition. Minimal loss of solder.Shipping:
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Ships only to the 48 contiguous states
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