Antique Osborne Meat Juice Press, Victorian Cast Iron Patent March 1884
Antique Victorian Osborne meat juice press. Vintage cast iron kitchen utensil used in the preparation of small game and foul. The meat was placed in the pan and pressed until all the juice came out which was then re poured over the meat just prior to serving which ensure the flavor stayed fresh and the meat moist after cooking. The model had a patent date of March 1884.
Marked on the handle: Patent Mar 1884
Marked: Osborne Newark & Patent Meat Juice Press
This would make a great addition to any primitives collection or a fabulous addition to your country kitchen decor. It would also make an ideal birthday or Christmas gift.
Meat Juicer measures 6" tall by 4.25" base diameter and weighs 3lb 4oz.
In good usable condition with signs of use commensurate with age (please see all pictures as they form part of the condition description).
Shop Ref: Box No. 4
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