Vintage Cookie Cutter on paper sheet, Santa (in Sleigh), cookie cutter, in red hard plastic with finger grip. Made in USA. Measures 3 1/4 x 3 inches wide. Good to Excellent used condition. All sales final on used items. Thanks For Looking!!
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HRM Cookie Cutters made in the USA since 1947. I'm sure you've heard the term "they just don't make 'em like they used to". That is so true since it is very hard to find a cookie cutter today that is more then just an outline. But you have found them here. HRM Cookie Cutters have handles are easy to grip, air holes so that the dough releases easily, made of very durable plastic and imprint details into the dough.
The history on the HRM Cookie cutters is a bit sketchy. From what I can find the earliest Cookie Cutters were made in the 1940s by Loma in Ft. Worth, Texas. They sold their molds to HRM in 1961. HRM made the ones with the crown apparently in the 60s and afterwards. I could not find information as to when they sold the molds again. There are several of the HRM cookie cutters that are marked made in Hong Kong. These are believed to be made prior to 1961. The molds are distinctive and comparative in quality to the earliest cookie cutters. All Cookie Cutters are Hard Plastic and in good to excellent condition.
CARE OF PLASTIC COOKIE CUTTERS. Do Not put plastic cookie cutters in the dishwasher. Always wash by hand in a mild soap. You can use a soft brush, such as an old toothbrush, to remove dough. Rinse in cool water and air dry. Wrap them separately in something soft, not scratchy, like cloth, plastic or bubble wrap and store in a box or large zip lock plastic bag. With care they may last a lifetime and become family heirlooms.