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    Posted 10 years ago

    peter_l_h
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    46 cm long overall - 7 cm diameter. Grooved Ceramic Cylinder with wooden axle/handles.

    Could it have been used in a laundry ? when Starching ?

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    Comments

    1. peter_l_h, 10 years ago
      Not a very helpful answer ! How in Baking. Grooves are too deep to be useful in spreading butter in pastery Making and would be at 90 degrees if used to assist in keeping a flat bread flat during baking !!
    2. inky inky, 10 years ago
      If you 'google' vintage ribbed rolling pin you will get your answer.....:-)
    3. peter_l_h, 10 years ago
      Thanks for comments. I will go along with the pasta type use suggestion. My own reservation is that an extruder (Such as Potatoe ricer) is far more efficient and has been in use for a long time. Still at the back of my mind is the fine finish of a fancy starched dress collar. The ceramic construction would suggest temperature is a factor - either hot for starching or cold for cooking. Thanks again
      PH
    4. TallCakes TallCakes, 10 years ago
      pastry rolling pin that efficiently distributes butter through the layers of puff pastry
    5. Bonnie Bonnie, 10 years ago
      I agree with TallCakes. Using a ribbed cloth cover has the same effect and is easier to clean.

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