Now showing items 1-18 of 18

    • Aluminum Fattigmand Cutter 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Aluminum fattigmand cutter. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson. Size: 6"
    • Branding Iron 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      A branding iron. Donor: Brocker & Otheim.
    • Finnish Hunting Knife 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      Finnish hunting knife. Donor: Thrifty Troll Shop.
    • Handmade Iron Key to Chest 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      A handmade iron key that belongs to a chest that came from Norway (90.3.1). Donor: Beard/Brocker/Gunderson.
    • Iron Ableskiver Pan 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Iron ableskiver pan made by Jotul in Norway. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson. Size: 12¼"
    • Iron Household Scissors 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Iron household scissors (saks) were a smaller version of wool shears. Used throughout Scandinavia, these come from Norway around 1850. Donor: John Stensrud. Size: 7½"
    • Meat Tenderizer 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      A meat tenderizer with a wooden handle. Donor: Alalie Johnson.
    • Metal Can Opener 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1992)
      A metal can opener with a wooden handle from Norway. Donor: Bella DeRosa.
    • Metal Sugar Tongs 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      A pair of metal sugar tongs. Donor: Brocker & Otheim.
    • Nordicware Krumkake Iron 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Nordicware aluminum krumkake iron, part of a 2-piece set. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson. Size: 13"
    • Nordicware Krumkake Iron Holder 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Nordicware Krumkake Iron Holder, part of 2-piece set. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson. Size: 12½"
    • Norwegian Goro Waffle Iron 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Norwegian Goro waffle iron with handles. Donor: Elene Emerson. Size: 8 ½"
    • Norwegian Sewing Machine 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2007)
      Norwegian sewing machine, black on a wooden base. Donor: Linda Caspersen-Andresen.
    • Norwegian Typewriter with Case 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      Norwegian typewriter with case. Donor: Jan Pilcher. Size: 13" x 13" x 7"
    • Red-Handled Razor with Wood Case 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      A razor with a red plastic handle. The wooden case is decorated with a stippled background & a gripping beast, a motif from Viking times. Donor: Elsie Parkhurst.
    • Seal 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      Seal for imprinting seal on paper. Donor: Daughters of Norway.
    • Swedish Hand Chainsaw 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1998)
      Swedish hand chainsaw in a metal pouch. Donor: Steve Bierce.
    • Swedish Metal Kitchen Scale 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2003)
      Swedish metal kitchen scale was a gift to the donor from Karen (nee Ording) Wold who brought the scales with her when she immigrated from Telemark, Norway, in 1935. Women used these scales to measure the weight of the ...