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Apple corer Oxford (UK) (nr. 101)

These gouge-shaped instruments are only found in England, in the 17th to 19th centuries. They were made from the metatarsus of a sheep, and served different purposes: removing the core of an apple, taking bites from an apple for (elderly) toothless, or sampling cheese to test the aging.


dimensions: 115 mm

provenance: Oxford (UK) date: 17th – 19th century
















Apple corer Oxford (UK)  (101)
price € 18,00
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