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This is a beautiful piece used in groceries and mercantiles as a way to slice and divide 1 pound butter or cheese blocks. Usually sitting up on the counter where the grocer could quickly slice, divide and wrap.
On the back it states; Pat'D in Canada DEC 31-1901, ELGIN Pat'D AUQ 20, 1901-SEPT 6, 1911 in USA Cleveland Faucet Co.
No chips on the porcelain and stands 9 inches tall 4 inches wide and 8 inches long. This cast iron 4 piece set weighs in at almost 8 pounds.
A perfect decoration piece, kitchen tool, or to be used in your small town grocery/farmers market.
This item is vintage in nature and has natural wear that adds to the character of the item. Any questions concerning this piece pleae contact me.
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