Vintage Dazey Butter Churn 1946 No. 8 Model B Removal screen Football Style
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Vintage Dazey Butter Churn 1946 No. 8 Model B Removal screen Football Style Picture(s) and Description:
This has been in the same family for the past 60 + years in Trenton, Missouri. Works and is in great condition - no problems all original. This is a Vintage Dazey No. 8 Butter Churn. Which means it is an 8 quart. The Metal lid has stamped: DAZEY CHURN NO. 8 8QT MODEL B BASE: DAZEY CHURN PAT. APP. FOR NO. 8 MADE IN ST. LOUIS, MO. U.S.A. DAZEY CORPORATION The Glass Base measures 11 ¼ inches high. Top of red ball to bottom is approx. 15 ½ inches high 5 ½ diameter MOUTH of jar. 7 ¼ inches BASE See photos for details and e-mail me with any questions. Dazey red top or football style butter churn. This was the last style of Dazey manual butter churns. The new clover leaf or tulip shaped glass jar was claimed to prevent unchurned cream from being caught in the corners in addition to being easier to clean. On the steel lids they were sometimes referred to as a Model B. 8 QT for the eight quart rather than the old size 80. These were the only manual Dazey butter churns to have the gears enclosed. The churn has a removable whey screens identical to the Dazey patent dated butter churns. The later versions of these butter churns have non removable screens punched into the lid. The dasher blades on these churns were larger than the previous models which Dazey claimed was more efficient. Towards the end of the manufacture of these butter churns Dazey also switched from a two blade wood paddle to a two blade metal paddle. The bottoms of the jars were embossed: Note that the company name is now Dazey Corporation and no longer Dazey Churn & Manufacturing Company. Also the company is still based in St. Louis, Missouri. We have only seen the glass jars embossed PAT. APP. FOR. Jack P. Dazey was granted a design patent on July 6, 1948 for this butter churns. The design patent covered only the ornamental design for the churn. He applied for the patent in 1946 so these churns would date from about then.