Butter prints were used for leaving a hallmark of the place of origin on blocks of butter and often had symbolic designs. This round print is carved with a formal design giving the effect of a flower. It is made of sycamore, a close-grained wood often used for dairy equipment, where scrubbing and cleaing is important, and has a handle.
|Collection||Museum of English Rural Life, Univesity of Reading|
|Subject Terms||PROCESSING : dairying, Milk, Butter|
|Provider||Europeana Food and Drink|