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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)