Churn. Shaped like a wooden ewer, made of fir staves held together by iron hoops, unadorned. It has a handle made of thick wire by which is can be suspended close to the fire. It is closed at both ends, the upper part has an opening through which the coagulant is introduced, this part can be taken off, so as to be able to remove the curd. (Fir staves, purchased iron hoops and wire). Width 135mm, height 315mm, capacity 4kg.

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