19th Century Pennsylvania German Iron Utensil Holder

$149.00 Regular Price
$104.30Sale Price

This is a mid to late 19th century Pennsylvania German handmade iron utensil holder that was found in Lancaster County, PA. The name Pennsylvania Dutch - to describe the Amish or Mennonite sects living in Pennsylvania - is a mispronounciation of Pennsylvania 'Deutch' so this wonderful iron utensil holder is of German origin and you can see their whimsey at work even in a 'work-a-day' or utilitarian piece like this piece. It measures 17" long x 10" tall.

Layaway is available on this piece. For more information please contact me at the email address below or through my website's contact form. 

The items shown hanging on this utensil holder are not included in the price of this item that is being offered with FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING. International buyers please email me for shipping information at winterberryfarmprimitives@live.com

My living room 2018

Make sure to click on each picture to see the entire picture and its description! Finally! I have gotten a chance to take some pics of my home. Most of these pictures are of my living room that is set up as a lawyer's office from the early 1800s. (Yes! I am crazy!) This first pic is what you see when you walk into my living room and look to the right.