Vintage 1960s dial-a-cookie cookie press in aluminum. It has two interchangeable plates with 4 cookie designs on each plate. No maker's mark -- possibly Mirro or Nordicware. The tube is 5.5" long and 3" in diameter. There is a little rust on the heavy metal crank knob, and slight wear to the aluminum tube. Cranks easily.
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Items will be shipped within 3 business days of purchase.
We ship by the most affordable way possible, and in most cases, the greenest way possible. We love to reuse boxes and packing material to help lower the environmental impact where we can. We do not include packing slips or invoices.
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We will gladly refund or exchange items that are damaged during shipping within the US. Things like that happen sometimes. Convo us within 3 days of receipt your order with a photo of the item's damage, and let us know how we can best help you.
We will not offer a refund or exchange for any other reason, ever.
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Please know that we provide the most accurate measurements possible for vintage clothing. We may give an approximate size for reference (based on US clothing size charts) or the size stated on the label, but you must use the measurements given in the Item Details section of the listing to determine if a garment will fit. If you need more detailed measurements, we will be happy to provide them.
The above applies to shoes, as well. If available, we will give the "stated size" (the size marked on the shoes) or an approximate size (based on US shoe size charts) in the listing, but FOR REFERENCE ONLY. You MUST use the measurements given in the Item Details section of the listing for fit.
***We will not offer a refund or exchange on clothing that does not fit.***
If you ever have any questions at all, please convo us! We are happy to give clearer descriptions, dimensions, anything. Use the measurements given to determine for yourself if it will fit you.
Vintage clothing doesn't fit like modern clothing, which is cut with a looser shape to fit more sizes. The construction techniques used in the past decades are very different from today's techniques. Vintage clothing is cut much closer to the body, and the fabrics may have less give. You should allow enough in the measurements to move comfortably while wearing your vintage garments. You should always wear vintage with care, and take the age of the garment into consideration.
Here is a link to the standard size chart that we reference: https://shop.alz.org/App_Themes/ALZ_Public_Responsive/docs/SizeChart.pdf
Please use letter sizing as a loose guideline. ALWAYS use the measurements given in the listing to determine fit.
How we measure:
*Armpit to armpit: Measurement of across the back from armpit to armpit, when garment is laid flat. It is not doubled.
*Shoulder to shoulder: Measurement of across the back from shoulder seam to shoulder seam, when the garment is laid flat. It is not doubled.
*Waist: Measurement of smallest part of waist when garment is laid flat, then it is doubled.
*Hips: Measurement of fullest part of hips when garment is laid flat, then it is doubled.
*Sleeve length: Measurement of length of sleeve from shoulder / shoulder seam to the hem of the sleeve.
*Bodice length: Measurement from the top of the shoulder to the bodice seam.
*Overall length: Measurement from the top of the shoulder to the lowest hemline.
*Circumference at hem: Measurement of the total circumference taken at the hem of the garment.
*Rise: Measurement from the center crotch to the waist of pants/trousers.
*Inseam: Measurement from the center crotch to the hem of pants/trousers