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I have yet to find another one quite like this. The patent number: 1556019 is imprinted on both sides of the tool. A search of that patent links it to a "Gertrude H. Newman". Her patent was filed in 1923, and issued in 1925. She named it a Cooky Cutter.

I found this with the utensils in my grandmother's kitchen, although I never saw her cutting any cookies or donuts with it, it does appear to have had plenty of use.

This Cooky Cutter has a green painted handle with plenty of wear. The rolling cutter part moves just fine. Most of the shininess of the metal has been worn away.

The Cooky Cutter measures 7 inches long. The cutting tool is three inches wide.

I will ship this utensil in a small size flat rate box--USPS.

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Cooky cutter or Donut cutter vintage green handled

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: wooden handle, metal
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 42 reviews
  • Favorited by: 5 people