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#IS10 Ice Cream Scoop Vintage Farberware

Ice Cream Scoop Vintage Farberware
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Vintage Metal Farberware

Ice Cream Scoop

Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe | Carnation

  • Vintage Mid-Century Farberware Ice Cream Scoop
  • Cast Aluminum
  • 7.25" long
  • Handle says: CAUTION: DO NOT PLACE IN BOILING WATER OR SUBJECT TO HEAT OR SUBJECT TO HEAT IN EXCESS OF 140 degrees F
  • Condition: Excellent; Not Like New; Not New. No damage or broken pieces.

Vintage Metal Farberware  Ice Cream Scoop

History of the Vintage Ice Cream Scoop

Because of Alfred L. Cralle, nobody has to use a regular spoon to struggle to make scoops of ice cream. In 1897, Cralle invented the ice cream scooper (U.S. Patent #576395), although he never profited from it. He was a businessman who worked for his father in the carpentry trade.

While working in a hotel Drugstore with a soda fountain in Pittsburgh, he noticed that ice cream servers were having a hard time inserting chunks of ice cream into a cone.

Cralle’s invention was originally called the Ice Cream Mold and Disher and was designed to keep ice cream and other foods from sticking.

$8.99
Vintage Kitchen Utensil
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