Cherry And Black Walnut French Rolling Pin

Cherry and Black Walnut French Rolling Pin - Tapered Rolling Pin - Wooden Rolling Pin


Our newest French Rolling Pins are a blend of our two favorite woods; Cherry and Black Walnut. Both woods come from a small mill in Pennsylvania that produces stunning Black Walnut and Cherry. The two woods are glued together with waterproof, industrial wood glue. I turn these french rolling pins by hand on a lathe in our workshop and make sure they are precise so they provide a smooth, consistent, and even roll.

They are precisely hand sanded to 220 grit on the lathe and then the grain is raised with water. After drying, they are sanded at 220 grit again, seasoned with Food Grade mineral oil and then wet sanded at 1000 grit for an ultra smooth surface that makes it easier clean. Each rolling pin is finished off with a beeswax/mineral oil protective coat. You are left with a stunning rolling pin that rolls smoothly and has a silky smooth surface.

Some advantages of our rolling pins are how easy they are to clean, they are more agile than a handled pin, and their delicate nature.

These handmade rolling pins are great for rolling out pastry, cookies, pie, fondant, biscuits, pizza, ravioli, tortillas, and dumpling.

We hand select the highest quality lumber for each rolling pin. The Black Walnut and Cherry are both sourced from our home state, Pennsylvania. We have worked with this mill from the beginning of our business and love their high quality lumber.

Our wooden rolling pins are now available in three convenient sizes. Each rolling pin is approximately 1-5/8" across the middle for 10" and tapers on the ends to 1-1/8."

24" French Rolling Pin with 4" taper on each end, leaving approx. 16" of flat surface

18" French Rolling Pin with 4" taper on each end, leaving approx. 10" of flat surface

16" French Rolling Pin with 4" taper on each end, leaving approx. 8" of flat surface

Buttery smooth!

**Care instructions included with each rolling pin sold**

We recommend hand washing your rolling pin with soap and water. We DO NOT suggest putting your rolling pin in the dishwasher or submerging it in water. Every few months, we recommend seasoning your rolling pin with Food Grade mineral oil or butcher block conditioner. We provide care instructions with each rolling pin.

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Made in Downingtown, PA

By Miikana Woodworking


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