Butter Churn in a Jar Item # E0547
In the days before electricity and automation, most households made butter by beating cream in a large wooden churn with a wooden staff. It was a painstaking, physical process that involved plunging the staff up and down, up and down. This device, however, represents a butter-making innovation by employing a paddle and a crank. Mechanizing the churning action required less work and less time. Now you can commemorate such inventiveness with this decorative churn (while still enjoying the modern convenience of store-bought butter).
- Not food safe; for decorative use only
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