FORGED WROUGHT IRON HEART BANNOCK CAKE TURNER FLIPPER SPATULA

late 18th early 19th CENTURY

Long handled tools were needed in the preparation of food when the cook needed to stay well away from the heat of the fire. The flat blades were used for turning cakes, pancakes or bannock (bread).

Reference: Kitchen Antiques Mary Norwak  p.22

Rare heart form blade.

Found in Pennsylvania USA.

Approximate Dimensions: Length 18 1/2" x Width 6"

Condition: As found, no damage. repairs or missing parts.

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