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Who else loves handmade gorgeous MADE IN THE USA products? How about from a company that has been producing them since 1819! Chances are your grandparents had some Jacob Bromwell housewares! Mine did! I have a flour sifter that I brought with me from Oregon! it is VERY old and made from Jacob Bromwell. I STILL use it! No idea how old it is other than over 30 years for sure. Its amazing to think that my grandkids will still be able to use these items! My family has eaten thousands of cookies and hundreds of cakes...made with my old sifter!
By shopping at places like Jacob Bromwell you are not only keeping American heritage alive, you are also keeping American jobs here is the good ol USA and starting your own family legacy! Items to truly cherish!
If you're looking for the unique, nostalgic, and hard to find, you've come to the right place. Jacob Bromwell® designs, manufactures, markets, and distributes the highest quality cooking, baking, and food preparation products as well as related accessory items. Established in Cincinnati, Ohio by frontier entrepreneur Jacob Bromwell in 1819, our company proudly holds the distinction of being the oldest housewares and kitchenwares manufacturer in North America. We are a company rooted in American tradition, history, and authenticity, and even our logo is our founder's actual signature, made with his own hand. Our company is entirely U.S. based and continues to manufacture all of its products right here in America. It's the way we've done it for nearly 200 years
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My VERY VERY old still in use Bromwell flour sifter![/caption]