Iron Bread Peel
Iron Bread Peel
Iron Bread Peel

Iron Bread Peel

1600 to 1800 England

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With a hook at the end of the handle for hanging.

A peel is a shovel-like tool used by bakers to slide loaves of bread and other baked goods into and out of an oven. With a flat carrying surface (like a shovel’s blade) for holding the baked goods and a handle extending from one side of that surface. The word presumably derives from the French ‘pelle’, which describes both a peel and a shovel.
Bibliography: Lindsay J. Seymour, 'Iron and Brass Implements of the English House' (Tiranti and Co, 1970), Figure 154 illustrates an eighteenth Century wrought-iron slice from the author’s collection, which is of similar design and height to our bread peel.
Dimensions
Width 161.00 cm (63.39 inches)
Depth 25.00 cm (9.84 inches)
Stock Code
6204
Medium
Iron
Thomas Coulborn & Sons

Thomas Coulborn & Sons
Vesey Manor
64 Birmingham Road
Sutton Coldfield
West Midlands
B72 1QP
England

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