Dining/ Entertaining

Vintage crumber table cloth scrape | silver metal kitchen tool | German brand Grasoli | mid century crumb catcher

$25.00

Shipping to United States: Free
  • Details
    I have always been impressed when waiters use one of these tools to sweep the crumbs off the table in between courses. So when I found this vintage one this Summer in Sweden, I couldn’t resist picking this one up.

    Measures: 4” long (10cm) x 2” wide (5cm) - on the small size

    Condition: great vintage condition. Stainless steel, marked “rostfrei”

    German brand Grasoli. Has a deer motif on the handle. Circa 1950s or 60s.

    Found in Sweden but ship from the USA.

    International buyers, please contact/ message me for a more precise shipping quote.
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