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    • Acanthus Style Norwegian Mangletre 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1997)
      Norwegian mangletre in acanthus style carving. According to sources at Oslo's Folk Museum, the mangletre had two purposes: 1) It was often a betrothal gift from a young man to his fiancée. He would hand-carve it, and often ...
    • Acanthus Style Norwegian Mangletre Roller 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1997)
      Roller for the Acanthus style carved Norwegian mangletre. Donor: Bernice Rogers.
    • Acanthus- Style Carved Wooden Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Wooden spoon with an ornately carved handle in acanthus style. Donor: Marguerite Hirschman.
    • Antique Pipe 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      An antique pipe used by a Norse pioneer. Donor: Corinne & Mark Stuen.
    • Birch Twig Whisk 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1992)
      Kitchen whisk ade from birch twigs. Donor: Bella DeRosa.
    • Finnish Mangletre 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1997)
      Finnish mangletre (circa late 1700) purchased from Mrs. Lena Moffett. According to sources at Oslo's Folk Museum, the mangletre had two purposes: 1) It was often a betrothal gift from a young man to his fiancée. He would ...
    • Goat Leash 1 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      Goat leash made of wood twisted into rope. Donor: Corinne & Mark Stuen.
    • Goat Leash 2 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      Goat leash made of wooden twisted into rope. Donor: Corinne & Mark Stuen.
    • Handmade Wooden Butter Paddles 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Handmade wooden butter paddles. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson. Size: 9½ x 3¼"
    • Large Wooden Spoon 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1994)
      Wooden spoon came from Tigen farm on Ahrofjorden in Norway. Donor: Astrid Hildahl. Size: 14"
    • Mangletre Cylinder 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      Cylinder that goes with the mangletre that has a lion head handle. Donor: Brocker & Otheim.
    • Mangletre Roller 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      The roller that goes with the mangletre with a horse headed handle (88-04-12A). According to sources at Oslo's Folk Museum, the mangletre had two purposes: 1) It was often a betrothal gift from a young man to his fiancée. ...
    • Mangletre with Horse Head Handle 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1988)
      Mangletre with horse head handle (dated 1805). According to sources at Oslo's Folk Museum, the mangletre had two purposes: 1) It was often a betrothal gift from a young man to his fiancée. He would hand-carve it, adding ...
    • Norwegian Wooden Tine with Sewing Supplies 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2003)
      Norwegian Wooden tine was a gift to White, Nancy from Karen Ording Wold. It was hand-crafted by a local artisan, Alfred Anderson. Anderson's wife Nora added the cloth lining. Karen Wold used the tine as a sewing basket and ...
    • Plaster Example of Butter Mold 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      An plaster example of the mold produced by a six-piece Wooden butter mold that features a horse and stars. The decoration on butter molds was made by carving designs in reverse to stand out in relief on molded butter. ...
    • Wooden Burl Scoop 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      Small wooden scoop made from burl. Donor: Brocker & Otheim.
    • Wooden Butter Mold Piece 1 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      The first in a six-piece wooden butter mold that features a horse and stars. The decoration on butter molds was made by carving designs in reverse to stand out in relief on molded butter. Donor: Brocker & Otheim.
    • Wooden Butter Mold Piece 2 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      The second of a six-piece Wooden butter mold that features a horse and stars. The decoration on butter molds was made by carving designs in reverse to stand out in relief on molded butter. Donor: Brocker & Otheim.
    • Wooden Butter Mold Piece 3 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      The third of a six-piece Wooden butter mold that features a horse and stars. The decoration on butter molds was made by carving designs in reverse to stand out in relief on molded butter. Donor: Brocker & Otheim.
    • Wooden Butter Mold Piece 5 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1990)
      The fifth of a six-piece Wooden butter mold that features a horse and stars. The decoration on butter molds was made by carving designs in reverse to stand out in relief on molded butter. Donor: Brocker & Otheim.