Shaker Corn Holders and Cutter
- Sold for:
- American Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2898M
- Date / Time :
- June 04, 2016 10:00AM
Shaker Corn Holders and Cutter, Canterbury, New Hampshire, late 19th century, the holders with maple handle, steel point, set of three awl-like tools with unpainted, turned handles and round steel points set directly into handles, used to hold an ear of corn and push it through the cutting device, (handles near joint with steel are marred by the blades of the cutters), lg. to 11; the cutter of maple and steel, V-shaped frame with three curved steel blades set on angle in a wide frame, frame secured by screws with two holes in frame without screws which may have been used to attach the frame to a table, ht. 2 1/4, lg. 15 5/8, wd. 5 in.
Provenance: Cutter acquired at Canterbury, New Hampshire.
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