Large Primitive Antique 19th C Forged Iron Hearth Cooking Spatula Turner Rare #3
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Large Primitive Antique 19th C Forged Iron Hearth Cooking Spatula Turner Rare #3:
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Primitive Antique 19th Century Forged Iron Hearth
Large Cooking Spatula Turner ORIGINAL
Measurements are on the photos!
A lovely example of a late Colonial era American wrought iron hearth spatula in a 'key hole' style form.
Circa 1770-1820, this style of turner is often attributed to Pennsylvania or New England origin. The piece would have been used by a period cook or hearth attendee for a variety of functions at an open fireplace or early plate stove, the user having the blade to flip farm fresh eggs, griddle cakes, and various broiler meats. As you can see the blacksmith who originally made the piece formed in some charming character with the tiny curled end loop.
Some pitting and wear as shown, else very good!
Just a fine example of early American wrought iron cookware, perfect for any period home, decorum or collection.
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