These old, almost primitive tools were a necessity for homemakers in their day.
The first piece is a pastry crimper, usually used for fluting the edge of a pie crust. It appears to be a rather crude aluminum cast but it operates and looks like it would give a nice crimped edge. It measures about 4 ¾” long and the wheel measures about 2” in diameter.

The next item is an old metal cookie cutter in the form of a seated cat. It appears to be made of tin. It measures about 3” by 4” and the depth of the cat is about ½” deep and the applied handle is about 5/8” high off the back of the cutter.

The last piece has two uses. It could be used for biscuits or teacake or with the hole cutter attached it could be used for doughnuts. It has a red wood knob and it measures about 2 11/16” in diameter by ¾” deep. The hole cutter measures about 1 1/8” in diameter.

These can all be used as intended or they can be used by kids with Play-Doh or modeling clay.

Priced and sold as the group of three (5).

The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.

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Vintage Kitchen Utensil Necessities for Baking

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