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Sold unrestored but cleaned off a bit.
This is a VERY special old tabletop churn and a rare one, in fact the only other one I can find is available on the other side of the pond for more than I’m charging for this one and that one is priced in POUNDS! This old blue top churn is in excellent shape and could be used to make butter with just a quick wash or it could be one of those decorative pieces that designers and restauranteurs are always dying to find..Made in Chesterfield England this piece appears to date from right around 1900-1920. Two bladed churn.
Has the original blue and white label which is in excellent shape reading “Blow Butter Churn. J.J. Blow LTD Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield England)
Cleaned off but but otherwise unrestored
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Unrestored. Sold as found. All original.
Aside from the crank and fittings this one is not iron, but we couldn’t resist when we saw it at a barn sale. It’s cool, it’s in amazing shape and you could probably make butter right away after just a light cleaning. Made with square headed handmade nails, hand shaped wood, tin, steel, iron and glass this is a real piece of history that could go right into a museum display. Butter tank is a sheet tin tub that must have been difficult to get just right when made, butter churn blade is wood. Has a glass sight so you can look in and see the consistency and milk level and a drain hole for removing the buttermilk afterwards.
Condition is great – everything works. Has some nice age to it.
Roughly 13” long, 13” high x 11” wide
Unrestored – sold as found.
As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied. (Please see return policy)