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    Posted 10 years ago

    ThriftyGypsy
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    I have this lemon squeezer that my mom gave me years ago. I don't know anything about it , but I do believe that is old and not a reproduction. It is made out of metal, with a ceramic bowl with holes in it on one side of the handles, and a wooden plug on the other. It looks like you would put a half of a lemon in it with it facing the wooden plug. You would shut the squeezer and press the handles together, squeezing out the juice. It looks like alot of lemons passed thru this thing over the years ! On the top of the squeezer on one side it says "Lemon Squeezer", and on the other side it says "The Arcade, No. 2". I was just wondering if anyone had ever seen one of these before, and what the age might be. I am also curious about "The Arcade". Thanks for looking. Thrifty Gypsy

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    1. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 10 years ago
      Circa 1900, Arcade manufacturing was most noted for their cast iron toys, but also made kitchen items such as this. Also made coffee grinders.
    2. ThriftyGypsy ThriftyGypsy, 10 years ago
      Thanks for the information rocker-sd. I think that solves my mystery ! I did not realize Arcade was a manufacturing company. I was thinking more like carnivals or game arcades.
    3. ThriftyGypsy ThriftyGypsy, 10 years ago
      Thanks rocker-sd, official fuel, James, and Knivesnsuch for the loves and likes.

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