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The Maker of this beautiful Handmade Biscuit and Cookie Cutter learned to make it from his father, who learned to make it from his great uncle. The design is from the early colonial period of the 1700s. The edge cuts cleanly and the inside is tapered to let your biscuits and cookies easily fall out with the help of air vents. This is sure to turn your baking into cherished moments for you and future generations. It makes a special family heirloom.
This solid one piece design is Artisan crafted from Cherry (Medium) and Black Walnut (Dark).
These beautiful Handmade Biscuit and Cookie Cutters make memorable gifts.
Due to the handmade nature of these items, each one will be unique and not exactly as pictured.
Size: 5" x 3"
Materials: Walnut, Cherry, Walnut Oil, Olive Oil
Made in: Tilly, AR
Lead time: 3 - 5 days. Leon Hoffman hand carves his work from wood that is sustainably harvested from local land. This process can take a little extra time, but it's worth the wait for these craftsman pieces.
About the Manufacturer
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Founder Leon Hoffman and his wife are "back to the landers." They have lived on their wild farm in Tilly, AR for over forty years. This is just the kind of guy we love at LocalWe. Leon learned the art of "lathe work" and turning and how to make early American rolling pins and biscuit/cookie cutters from his father. Those designs have been...