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Red Handled Rolling Pin
SKU: 317704
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Passionate bakers will appreciate the finer points of this premium maple rolling pin from the craftsmen at J.K. Adams. Smooth, waxed barrel rolls effortlessly on precision ball bearings, while the ergonomic handles brighten the task with a pop of red. J.K. Adams has been making fine wooden kitchen tools in New England since 1944, where they source their FSC-certified wood.

Red Handled Rolling Pin. 2.4"Wx12"Dx2.1"H

  • Maple rolling barrel and handles
  • Steel axle and self-lubricating ball bearings
  • Hand wash, dry immediately (do not soak)
  • Made in USA

Item Number: BRP-12-RED-CB

Overall Dimensions

Width: 2.4"

Depth: 12"

Height: 2.1"

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