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    Posted 6 years ago

    catgoeddey
    (1 item)

    It's made out of metal, has 2 sets of teeth (?) maybe about a foot long in total. Tooth area maybe 5 inches with a 1inch gap between the set. Found in a family members garage and no one has ANY idea what it is. Any info would be much appreciated!!!

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    Comments

    1. Collectomaniac Collectomaniac, 6 years ago
      BBQ coals tool?
    2. Collectomaniac Collectomaniac, 6 years ago
      I think I remember chasing my sister around with these back in the 60's.
    3. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 6 years ago
      Looks like a meat tenderizer.
    4. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 6 years ago
      If you squeeze the handles the jaws should open and close. It is for picking up spaghetti noodles out of a pot or colander.
    5. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 6 years ago
      It looks like the two pieces are riveted together and do not move, is this correct?
    6. lundy lundy, 6 years ago
      that's one heck of a back scratcher
    7. catgoeddey, 6 years ago
      The pieces do not move at all :( and not in a rusted sized kind of way either. They just weren't made to move.
    8. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 6 years ago
      Google search antique meat tenderizer to see quite similar tools. I am sure this is what you have.
    9. catgoeddey, 6 years ago
      Looks like it!!! Thank you so much!!
    10. Schairish9 Schairish9, 6 years ago
      Does it have a thin space between the two jaws? I'm a hairdresser and it reminds me of my old thinning sheers. I was thinking perhaps if a blade could set between the two jaws it would have been used to cut hair.

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