Indian Antique Wooden Hand Noodle Maker with Carved Elephant and Vice Press
DimensionsW: 12" | D: 6" | H: 10.5"
An Indian antique carved wooden hand noodle press from the 19th century, with elephant motif. Created in India during the 19th century, this wooden piece was originally used to hand make noodles. Showcasing a vice press, the body is adorned with a carved elephant whose head and behind expand from a central square. This container is where the dough was placed and the vice part would press it into noodles. The elephant head is carved with subtle motifs, such as a jewel on the forehead. The trunk is tucked in.
The sides are adorned with medallions adorned with foliage or a rosette. Boasting a nicely weathered appearance revealing its nice age and use, this antique Indian carved wooden hand noodle press from the 19th century will make for a lovely addition to any kitchen, living room or office, where it could also be used as a paperweight on the top of a desk.
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