Antique Slaw Cutter with Lollipop Handle Square Nails Found on Virginia's Eastern Shore
What a wonderful slaw cutter that has great original surface reflecting a warm honey nutmeg color. The lollipop handle lends folk art appeal and may have original roots stemming from Pennsylvania. This piece was found on Virginia's Eastern Shore and even has square nail construction with appropriate nail bleed present on the wood.
There are a couple of chips in the wood, one on the bottom edge of the back and the other on the bottom edge of the front. Please see image 5. This did occur long ago as the patina in the wood matches the overall color of the piece. The two incised dark circles that encompass the hole used for hanging give this slaw cutter so much character!
A fantastic primitive find that would certainly add charm to your pantry or buttery!
Measurements are 17" Tall, 5 1/4" across & 1 1/4" deep. Enjoy!
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