On the front of the barrel: NEW STYLE WHITE CEDAR CYLINDER CHURN, Made in the U. Hallmarks around handle with original wood grip include #409, 1 inside a diamond, "OUTSIDE" written around the handle, and the number 3 inside. Hand crank with wood grip turns smoothly and easily, rotating the interior wooden paddle device that converts cream into butter. Metal bands surround the circular exterior.
And made in America, of course. The barrel cylinder churn was possibly made by The Standard Churn Company, in operation in Wapakoneta, Ohio since 1880. 16" Tall x 13" Wide x 10 Deep.(written on the handle part). NEW STYLE WHITE CEDAR CYLINDER CHURN. As a gift: A well maintained primitive piece that displays well and would become an historic addition to any home or office. The item "Antique NEW STYLE WHITE CEDAR CYLINDER BARREL BUTTER CHURN. USA 1910" is in sale since Monday, December 19, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Kitchenware\Butter Churns". The seller is "supermall" and is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. This item can be shipped worldwide.