This rare horse and rider tin cookie cutter is from Southeastern Pennsylvania and was probably made in the early 1900s. It is a rather unusual and complex figure for a cookie cutter but actually does make really nice cookies. (Even better when you ice and decorate them!) These cookie cutters were often made with holes in the back to help let the air flow through so the cutter would cut through the dough without building up pressure and also allow the cookie to drop out easily onto the baking sheet. However this piece also looks wonderful hanging on a kitchen wall as decoration.
|Date:||Late 19th-early 20th century|
|Measurements||7x6 3/4 inches.|
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