The antique blue rolling pin is an antique souvenir often purchased by sailors to take home as gifts. British rolling pins were frequently manufactured at glassworks in the coastal area of Bristol. The end has an opening that was frequently filled with dry goods, spices or salt. The blue rolling pin is thought to be from the early to mid 1800s and was purchased in England. The clear glass rolling pin is vintage.
|Items Included:||Rolling Pin|
|Period:||Antique, Mid to Late 19th Century|
|Number of Items:||2|
- blue pin has broken/opening for cork; surface wear consistent with age and use; blue pin used to have painted design, but has mostly worn off.
- measures group.