Cast Iron Cherry Pitter Made in Antrim New Hampshire by Goodell and Co.
Circa late 1800s.
This ingenious little machine is a fine example of engineering, it is in working order and in excellent condition for its age. It clamps on to counter and the prongs then push the pits through the cherry, when lifting prongs out, the cherries slide off and down the wooden ramp and into a bowl or an eager mouth...
Perfect for making preserves.
Could be used on olives depending on variety (size of pit).
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