1940-45 Standard Churn Company "Farm Master" Butter Churn
A great piece of Americana, still in wonderful working condition. This eight quart (2 gallon) butter churn was manufactured by the Standard Butter Churn Company, of Wapakoneta, Ohio in the mid 1940's. It is called the "Farm Master" and was sold by Sears, Roebuck and Co. to farm wives across America. It came with a "Farm Master" paper label. Standard Churn Company held a prior patent to the Dazey Company for this style of butter churn. After 1945, the SCC went to metal paddles instead of maple. The maple paddles on this churn are in near perfect condition because of careful use, and are not rotted or discolored, which was usually a problem for this type of churn. The crank has a red painted wood knob, cast iron gears and shaft, the shaft is impressed "21", "H" in a circle, and "M". The original and mint glass jar is "tulip" shaped, with ribbing on the corners for good gripping. The jar is cast in the glass "8", and "fill to here" on the sides, and "SCC, Pat App. for" on the bottom. The butter churn is 14 1/4" tall, and has a 11 1/8" x 11 1/8" base, with a 5 1/2" diameter top rim. The churn will make two quarts of mouth watering butter and is ready to add to your own vintage kitchen collection!
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