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I recently posted a photo of something I owned and asked for help identifying its origins.  Hannah helped me right out.

Here's a new one.  I know what it is.  I even use it once a year if I am having a good June (hint).  But just wondering if other people will nail its use.

It's about 6-7 inches in diameter

It's about 6-7 inches in diameter

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Comments

  • schmutzie Says:

    I'm thinking that it might have to do with pouring things like berries into jars?

  • julespieri Says:

    And you would be correct, Schmutzie. Lemme see if anyone wants to elaborate before I say more.

  • anne marie Says:

    I believe that it is a canning funnel. My Mother used an old tin model...the copper is definitely sexier!

  • julespieri Says:

    Bingo! You have it Anne Marie. It's really great for pouring hot fruit into the canning jars. I make strawberry jam every three years or so (basically if I am unemployed or otherwise available). I love to pick the strawberries and see the lined up jars of delicious results.

  • Hannah Says:

    Copper, tin; makes my old green plastic one seem like a poor cousin! And mine doesn't even have a handle either. :( It does the job, though!

  • julespieri Says:

    It is really pretty Hannah. I have it hanging on my wall in the kitchen of our Maine camp (where I make jam, usually.) It looks great against the knotty pine panelling (that I painted white a long time ago, just in that room).

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