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05/31/2020 11:39 AM
ANTIQUE THREE QUART BUTTER CHURN
Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Glass, metal, wood
Size. 13 ˝ inches high, 8 inches wide, 5 ˝ inches deep
Comments. The clear glass jar is marked” DAISY CHURN & MFG. No 30 MADE IN ST. LOUIS – USA”. The metal churning section is marked DAZEY as well as 34B on the metal which turns the solid wood paddles in the interior. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, finish wear on the metal, soiling and has some fine pitting as well as surface rust on the metal. Give it a cleaning and will make a nice decorative item in your country kitchen or try a hand at making butter old-fashioned way with this one.
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