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Kitchen utensil for cutting oranges
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Kitchen utensil for cutting oranges

Kitchen utensil for cutting oranges in the preparation of marmalade. This utensil came from the kichen of Kyleview, Dornoch. The circular case encloses the cutting disc which is operated by a metal arm with wooden handle. The case is embossed, 'The "Rapid" Marmalade Cutter', Prov Pat No N025866/32. Follows & Bate Ltd, Manchester. The column mounted on the case which is used to insert orange segments has a close fitting wooden plunger. The whole utensil can be clamped to a work surface.
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