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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Vintage Thingie Thursday-Rolling Pin

Enlarged so you could read the sign better.  I have researched, but could not find a rolling pin this size or what it could have been used for. It sure would smooth out a lot of dough.

No doubt, Coloradolady and her vintage friends will fascinate you with much more interesting vintage thingies. Check them out http://coloradolady.blogspot.com or click her button.







14 comments:

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Thanks for the reminder, I dropped right over and joined in.
Joy

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Wow what a great old piece, with a WOW price to match! But then I have never seen one like that before. Thanks for sharing.

Antiques And Teacups said...

Good grief! You'd have to be an amazon to wield that!
Great VTT find !
Ruth

Ann said...

Yeah and it cost a lot of DOUGH too. Hope youre having a good week.
Ann

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Hey lovely lady, I love, love that old rolling pin! Wow, I need to work out to hold this one!..on second thought..maybe not, too expensive for a rolling pin, lol.. Have a nice end of the week and weekend too.
FABBY

Sarah ~ Magnolias Attic said...

That sure is a big rolling pin!! I wonder if it might have been an industrial one for commercial use. Expensive anyway!

Sarah Sandberg said...

That is a fabulous pin!! I have 2 old Foley's and I love them to bits. I posted my vintage thingy for the first time, I don't think I was doing it right before.

I really enjoy all the wonderful photos you post!! :)

XoXo's
Sarah & le Weens
http://doxiejibberish.blogspot.com/

Ric Rac and Polka Dots said...

Hi,
I just found your blog and really enjoyed reading some of your posts. The story about the bad egg day had me almost laughing, kind of groaning along with you! Well, at least you got something to eat, right? And the burned muffins, well that made me laugh because I tend to do that from time to time, I get sidetracked and forget! Nice to meet you, I'm your newest follower.
Julie

Janet said...

I had no idea these things were worth so much!

Ric Rac and Polka Dots said...

Thank you so much for visiting and following me. I was so surprised and happy to see you. I agree about tv, not much good on any more. I do have a few shows every season that I will like, but honestly if I didn't record all the I Love Lucy and Andy Griffith and shows like that I wouldn't have much to watch. I also like Murder She Wrote. I love old movies too, Meet Me In St Louis is one of my favorites, also 7 Brides for 7 Brothers and Oklahoma, and lots of Christmas specials. And I listen to country music and old music from the big band era. I was born an old soul I think. Anyhow, it was really so nice to meet you and I'll be visiting you again soon!!! I do think we have lots in common.
Hugs,
Julie

Betsy Adams said...

Hi There, We have a VERY busy weekend since my son is getting married..... Should be TERRIFIC.

Wow--that is one HUGE rolling pin.... I've never seen one that large.
Hugs,
Betsy

Andrea said...

That is beautiful! I am a huge admirer of your blog :) Could you please consider following each other? www.shineonbyandrea.blogspot.com Twitter:@shineonnbyandrea

Chubskulit Rose said...

Wow, that much?

Nicole Blean said...

Hi, LV! I love your autumn Pink Saturday post. Thanks for stopping by to see my housewarming quilt.