Amish Oak Rolling Pin

Forager Co.

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This simple solid oak rolling pin encapsulates the minimalism and practicality of Amish design. Handcrafted using classic wood turning techniques by an Amish craftsman in Lancaster, PA, it’s easy-to-hold, easy-to-roll, and a pleasure to display in the natural kitchen. 

Each piece is individually handmade and finished and will vary slightly.


Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Forager Co. designs and produces utilitarian products that incorporate foraged vintage and historic textiles, old stock denim, and salvaged leather. The company’s philosophy is to step away from mass production and return to a time of individually made goods.

Forager Co. supports a vibrant local cottage industry by working with Lancaster- based Mennonite and Amish craftsmen as well as refugee makers. They turn ideas and foraged finds into unique and functional pieces (Read more).

Material: Oak

Care: Wash your rolling pin by hand using a liquid dish soap. Wipe your clean rolling pin dry, and let it air dry. Never soak a rolling pin or put it in the dishwasher. The best oil to care for your pin is a food grade mineral oil. We highly recommend Christophe Pourny Studio natural Cutting Board Tonic.

Dimensions: 21"L x 2”W at widest part

PRODUCT CODE: 98363559
Amish Oak Rolling Pin
Amish Oak Rolling Pin
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alex b.
United States United States

Perfectly Balanced Rolling Pin

Love this rolling pin and appreciate that it is made sustainably by a Pennsylvanian Amish worksop. Great quality. Bought it for myself but plan to buy another as a gift for a baking friend.

Elizabeth O.
United States United States

Interesting and functional

I have always seen the typical fat rolling pins. This is spherical and doesn’t get thick in the middle even. It works just fine, takes up less space, and it also serves as functional art.