|Object ID #||1959.002.003|
|Object Name||Pin, Rolling|
|Title||Circa 1898 Rolling Pin Made at Williamsford|
|Lexicon category||4: T&E For Materials|
|Place of Origin||Williamsford, Township of Chatsworth, Grey County|
|Description||Treenware (wooden) rolling pin, turned at Williamsford, c. 1898 (written date on rolling pin seems to be 1890). Smooth body with rounded, inwardly tapering handles and double incised lines on each. Wood is a medium-toned brown.|
Formerly owned by Jean Reid (née Givens) who reported that this rolling pin was made in Williamsford, Grey County circa 1898 for her father, Mr. James Givens.
It was used by Mr. and Mrs. James Givens at their farm home in the Massie district of Holland Township, Grey County, after their marriage (July, 1898).
|Collection||Food Processing Tools & Equipment|
|Found||Owen Sound, Grey County|
Givens, Mary Ann
|Function||A kitchen implement used to manually flatten bread, pie or cookie dough on a hard surface|