Glass Hand Crank Butter Churn. Butter Churn Pre - 1910. Is not marked with any makers name or mark that I can see.
The only marking is a. On one side (please see the pictures). My research leads me to believe that it is an Elgin butter churn because it is not marked in anyway except the. Marking on the side of the glass.I understand that Elgin churns were marked with a paper label and once the label was gone there were no other markings. The shape of the jar square makes me believe this is from the late 1800s 1910 time period. The glass jar portion of the butter churner is.
8 from the bottom to the top of the glass portion where the top is twisted on. The square bottom portion of the glass jar is.
4 ½ across or diameter. With the metal crank lid on it is. There are not any markings on the bottom of the glass, just lots of swirls or marks from the glass making process. I looked at the metal top and crank with a magnifying glass and I cannot find any markings.
It is in very good vintage condition. No nicks or cracks in the glass. The crank works smoothly and the handle is intact and smooth. This has been in my family for 3 generations. It has been on a shelf in my kitchen for the past 30 years.I found it in my grandmothers (she was born in 1898) kitchen when I was in my and setting up my own house in the late 1970s. I thought it looked interesting and asked her what it was. She said a butter churner and that she had memories of her mother (my great-grandmother) making her turn the handle and that she and her mother would take turns. This item is from a smoke-free home. I wont bite and I try to respond quickly.
Thank you for checking out my item. The item "Vintage Glass Hand Crank Butter Churn Elgin Dazy Style Primitive Antique Churn" is in sale since Thursday, April 30, 2020.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Kitchenware\Butter Churns". The seller is "theladyblakeney" and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped to United States.