Vermont Farm Table Tiger Maple Taper Rolling Pin

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Its origins are in France, but this rolling pin is all American. French pastry chefs rely on pins like this to create thin, even rounds of pastry. The handle-less design won't pick up tidbits or cut into tender dough, and pivots easily to create perfect rounds. Our version is handmade of solid tiger maple by a small studio in Vermont. The company began, as so many start-ups do, in a garage. That didn't last long, though, once word got out about the reclaimed wood, nontoxic finishes, and exceptional craftsmanship that goes into each and every one of their products.

  • Solid tiger maple wood
  • Treated with food-grade mineral oil
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Price $40.00

Sale Price $34.00

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  • Length: 19"
  • Maximum diameter: 1-3/4"

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