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S/5139 Antique Treen 19th Century Brass Bound Staved Butter Churn with Plunger

A well constructed brass bound staved ash tapered butter churn, having a fitted mahogany lid containing a circular mahogany plunger with the handle terminating in a brass collar. The whole has a pleasing colour and retains a patination.

Ex Deeley Collection and illustrated in A History of Cooking Through the Ages by Robert Deeley and Philip Drury on page 226.

Plunger: 14.75 inches (37.5 cm.) High and 4 inches (10 cm.) in Diameter

Sold 11 in. (29 cm,.) High
6 in. (16 cm.) Diameter French Circa 1860