Hatted Man Cookie Cutter Tin Reproduction by Karen Hurd1820 -1850 by Karen Hurd
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Bring a piece of history home to your kitchen or add to your cookie-cutter collection with this very special tin cookie-cutter shaped like a man wearing a tall hat! This piece is a faithful reproduction of a an American piece from the Museum's collection, originally made in Pennsylvania somewhere between 1820 and 1850.
This wonderful reproduction was created by elder tinsmith, Karen Hurd, using antique techniques & tools to create handcrafted tin wares from America's past. Ms. Hurd hopes her work will inspire others to learn about the American tinsmiths, tin peddlers, tinkers and tinners of the past while bringing joy to bakers of the present!
- Museum Exclusive
- Pennsylvania German
- Handmade in Pennsylvania
- Approximately 7 3/4 x 1 7/8 inches
- Made of lead-free tinned sheet iron
- Food safe
- Hand wash and immediately dry