Does anyone recognize this kitchen implement which immigrated to Canada from Australia

As you can see it opens but with some difficulty and not very wide

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Nichola
Nichola August 18, 2017

There's no photo attached, can you try again?

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Customer Care
Customer Care August 18, 2017

Photo 1/2!

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Customer Care August 18, 2017

Photo 2/2!

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HalfPint
HalfPint August 18, 2017

It's a spring coil wire wisk, circa 1920 (?).

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HalfPint
HalfPint August 18, 2017

more specifically, it's an egg whisk.

Dona
Dona August 18, 2017

It looks like a Flour duster.

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Dona
Dona August 18, 2017

Here is a picture of a Flour duster, used to spread flour on your work surface

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Ed Rempel
Ed Rempel August 18, 2017

Thank you HalfPint. That's the closest and agrees to Dr. Google when you search.

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Faithful
Faithful August 20, 2017

It's a flour duster. When you roll out dough you dust the surface first so it doesn't stick. You open it to add flour and shake over the surface to dust.

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cookbookchick
cookbookchick August 21, 2017

Looks exactly like my flour duster!

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