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For your country kitchen. Two nice examples of early wireware. A coiled, spring cone egg strainer scoop. Holds one egg for lifting, retrieving. Curved end works as hanger, or, rests on edge of pot/pan. Measures 8 & 1/2 in. long w/ a coil cone that is 3 & 1/8 in. widest point, 1 & 3/8 in. deep (can be manipulated/bendable, for more depth). A very large wire whip/whist, w/ a wire wrapped core handle, or heavy duty blending. Measures 12 & 1/4 in. long, approx. 3 & 1/2 in. widest point. Both pieces as seen. Easily clean up w/ steel wool & oil. Safe to use, as the are iron.


KITCHEN WARE Prim Country Wire Whip Egg Strainer Antique Implements


  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: metal, iron, wire
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
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