Find great deals on eBay for Wooden Butter Churn in Primitive Antiques. This was a great benefit to large creameries as it saved the cost of buying two machines, saved on the floor space needed in the creamery and saved on the labor needed to move the butter by hand from the churn to the working table. History and collecting of butter churns. Wood Butter Churns Page 1 – Swinging, Revolving & Rocking Churns.
A butter churn is a device used to convert cream into butter. This is done through a mechanical process, frequently via a pole inserted through the lid of the churn, or via a crank used to turn a rotating device inside the churn. With constant churning, the fat globules eventually form solid butter and separate from the buttermilk. The most historically prominent types of butter churns are the plunge churn, which is a container, usually made out of wood, where the butter-making action is created by moving in a vertical motion a staff that is inserted into the top. The baby butter churn is just right to sit on a tabletop for demonstrating the art of butter churning. Found in a small seaport town in Connecticut, we just couldn’t pass up this handsome Antique Table-Top Butter Churn. The color, a deeply aged.
A traditional butter churn consists of three parts; the holding vessel, a dasher and a lid. The tabletop churn is made by using a large, wide-mouth jar as the vessel. RH’s 19th C. Butter Churn Ventless Fire Table:A late 19th-century vintage butter churn from Pennsylvania inspired the design of our rustic fire table. Its planked sides, capacious top and sturdy lets are made of unfinished reclaimed elm. Place the wooden lid back on the receptacle when not in use as a firepit, and the multi-functional piece becomes a table for outdoor entertaining. Antique Folk art Primitive Wooden Table top Hand Crank Butter churn, fantastic 1800’s piece from the past, wood accent any room with antique decor! 185.
Beautiful Hand crank butter churn,appears complete.the top I was told was original.I dont know.but you are the collectors.Barrel Type primitive hand crank churn. Table-top glass churn, c.1930’s. Metal lid marked 3 Qt. has minor surface rust. Wood handle on mixing crank. Glass jar base marked 4 Qt. Five Wooden Items, a stave-constructed butter churn, a large trough, a large measure, and two turned bowls: one maple and one pine; ht. Caesar Figural Table Lamp and a Wooden Butter Churn Table Lamp. From the mid-1800s through the 1940s, the hand-crank butter churn was the most commonly used household butter churn in America. Crank churns replaced simplistic wooden dash churns. This metal churn had no rotating paddles inside, but was actually a container mounted on a table-top device.