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Vintage Foley food mill number 101 is ready for canning season. Use it to remove pits and skins from fruit, or crush tomatoes for homemade sauce. Make your own organic nutritious baby food and applesauce. Saves electricity, and when not in use is a cute retro decoration in your kitchen. Has hooks on the sides to clamp onto another pan or bowl when mashing.
Directions for use are clearly engraved on the blade. Good condition - with some spots of corrosion.
7" across 4" deep
handle measures 6"

Thanks for looking.
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We want you to be satisfied with your purchase...but please be aware when buying anything vintage that they come from a variety of households. During their life they may have been stored or exposed to pets and smoke. We launder or wipe down everything we can, but some item's 'vintage-appeal' may be damaged from cleaning.

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If you purchase more than one item we will always try to combine to save you shipping costs.
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Meet the owner of TKfindz

Tom and Kandy