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Vintage Foley Wood Rolling Pin Collectible 1950s / Vintage Baking Tool

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Offering a vintage solid wood rolling pin by Foley, that has a precision ball bearing mechanism that allows this pin to roll smoothly and evenly. Rolling pin body is 10 3/8" long and handles are 3 1/2" long each, making it approximately 17 3/4" overall in length and 2 3/8"in diameter. The wood grain is beautiful on this roller, which is maple; the handles are oak, I believe. One end has the name "Foley" engraved on it; these were made sometime between 1920 - 1960. In excellent vintage stains, splintering or gouging. Fabulous collectible solid wood rolling pin for your collection or to use. This mid-century baby has many many years of life left in her.

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