Posted 9 months ago
My wife purchased this rolling pin at an estate sale many years ago to add to her kitchen tools collection. We have looked everywhere to find out what this item was used for. It looks similar to noodle rolling pins but the "ridges" seem to be too wide for cutting.
It is 17 1/2 inches long and 2 inches in diameter. The so-called cutting points are 1/4 inches wide with a distance of 1 inch between them.
If not pasta, could it be for pastries or for cutting some other type of dough? We would love to have input from anyone who has an idea what this item is.
Also, is the wood maple?