Antique Vintage White Mountain Ice Cream Freezer Maker Hand Crank MINT UNUSED. Probably belongs in a museum! An incredible find - genuine never used essentially mint condition White Mountain Triple Motion Ice Cream Freezer. Old fashioned hand crank type. Wonderful green painted wood bucket.
Complete with the original manual instruction booklet. It has never been used. The internal parts were still in the original paper wrapping inside the can. This is the best you will ever find for a classic old original White Mountain freezer.
Please see my 12 detailed photos. I unwrapped the parts myself so I could take inventory and photos. Marked with number 3 for 3 quarts size.
The history of the White Mountain freezer goes back to 1846, when a clever cook named Nancy Johnson of New York invented a crude hand-cranked ice cream maker. Sadly, she never patented the device, but it was the basis for other freezers to come.
The largest establishment of its kind in the world, began production of ice cream freezers in 1872. Right from the start they were a huge success. But the factory burned in 1881, and Thomas Sands, the inventor and proprietor, decided to rebuild his factory closer to railroad access in Nashua, N.
Nearly every piece of machinery used in the business was invented for and patented by the White Mountain Freezer Co. And in 1974, an investor group headed by William Potter bought the company and renamed it White Mountain Freezer Inc. Potter still serves as the president. Many of the artisans who crafted the famous freezer have stayed with the company their entire working lives, building what has come to be known as the best ice cream freezer in the world.
The patented triple-motion blades are the secret to the wonderful texture and whipping of the mixture. As the can turns clockwise, the outer mixer moves counterclockwise, scraping the inside of the can thoroughly and moving the colder cream inward until it meets the inner mixer. The inner mixer, turning clockwise, moves the cream in reverse with an upward motion. Thomas Sands started White Mountain Freezer Company in Laconia, New Hampshire, in 1872. In 1881 their factory was destroyed by fire.
White Mountain Freezer Company moved to Nashua, New Hampshire, between the tracks of the Worcester & Nashua and Nashua Acton railroads. In May 1930 a fire destroyed the factory, and a new one was built on Broad Street in Nashua. In 1974, an investor group, headed by William H.
Founded in 1853, the White Mountain® brand has always been about making sweet family memories right at home, with ice cream made by hand. From its beginning with Grandmas simple hand-crank model, generations that followed continued the tradition. Our reputation was built on heritage and quality. The White Mountain® brand continues to be committed to using the highest quality metals, woods and manufacturing techniques to produce some of the finest ice cream makers in the world. Our wooden bucket is made from select pine tongue and groove planks from New England, tightly secured with sturdy metal bands.The wood is finished with three coats of stain, sealer and lacquer for years and years of use. We keep our standards high because we know that White Mountain® Ice Cream Makers become part of a family tradition passed from one generation to the next. At the heart of the White Mountain® machine is a uniquely designed, twin-blade "dasher". The outer canister turns clockwise and the blades turn both clockwise and counter-clockwise.
That triple-motion action continuously folds the ingredient mixture from the outer walls back onto itself creating the smoothest and creamiest ice cream. In 1953 we introduced an electric motor powered unit that revolutionized homemade ice cream making. Our state-of-the-art commercial grade motor is rugged, dependable and has superior starting and running torque for churning and blending ice cream.It's not faster, just easier on your elbow. We still offer our original hand crank version, and it remains popular with young and old alike. The item "Antique Vintage White Mountain #3 Ice Cream Freezer Maker Hand Crank MINT UNUSED" is in sale since Sunday, September 5, 2021.
This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Kitchen, Dining & Bar\Kitchen Tools & Gadgets\Hand-Crank Ice Cream Makers". The seller is "spooknook" and is located in Weymouth, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.