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Wooden Lemon Squeezer

Wooden lemon squeezer, amde of two 'handles' joined by a metal hinge. The shaped 'cone' on the back handle sqeezes juice from the lemon held in the hole in the other. A peforated metal bowl (now missing) ...

Wooden Pastry Brush

Pastry brush with turned wooden handle, and bristles. Early 20th century 210mm long

Wooden Pie Raisers

These were used in the making of deep sided pies. The pastry was rolled out and one of the pie raisers put in the middle. The pastry was then worked up round the sides to form a cylinder. The pie raiser ...

Wooden Pin Cushion on a clamp

Turned and polished wood, (holly or box wood) pincushion clamp. It would have been used to fix one end of a piece of fabric firmly to a table, so that it could be held taut with one hand while pinning ...

Wooden Sewing Box - interior

The box is lined with red silk and contains many compartments. The bobbins are finely carved mother of pearl. 19th century 265mm x 192mm

Wooden Sieve

Round wooden sieve, with mesh made from a stiff, coarse-weave fabric. It would have been used to sieve dry products such as flour. Early 20th century 230mm diameter x 115mm

Wooden Well Lining - Roman

This would have been used vertically to line the inside of the well shaft. It would have prevented the sides falling in. Alcester, Warwickshire