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A really great looking retro ice cream maker from the 1950s. Bring it out at your next picnic and watch everyone go crazy wanting to try it! Children and adults love this and the best part is the ice cream treat at the end!
It is still in great condition with some age appropriate rust on the top mechanism. (Looks like a great patina in my opinion) The interior of all parts is in excellent condition and all parts turn, spin and churn. Label says Maid of Honor by Sears and Roebuck.
There is no instruction booklet, but you can just Google ice cream churn instructions.

Bucket made of turquoise fiberglass. No cracks or chips, light rust color on inside bottom. Metal container has some rust on the outside bottom. The interior, where the ingredients go, is in excellent clean condition as well as the baffle unit that also is placed inside.

Let the fun begin!

13" tall and 10" across the top of the pail.

Vintage Ice Cream Churn Hand Crank Maid of Honor 2 QT Turquoise Fiberglass and Metal


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: fiberglass, metal
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 356 reviews
  • Favorited by: 12 people