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Thread: Looks like s spur, maybe a kitchen utensil

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    Looks like s spur, maybe a kitchen utensil

    Found this at mid-late 1800s homesite. Made of copper, the wheel spins freely. Any ideas?
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    I am pretty sure it is a pie crust crimping tool.
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    Good Id I was going to say pizza cutter lol
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    We call them 'pastry jiggers'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER View Post
    We call them 'pastry jiggers'.
    We can't say that in America....
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