Measures: 14” long with handle, 4.5” deep, 7.5” across the top of the pan.
I believe this popper falls in the range of the 1930’s to the 1950’s. It has a simple hand crank mechanism devised to keep the kernels moving and prevent burning but I’m betting this was a hot job! The patina on this is great, the lid has vent holes around the hand crank, the wooden handle is perfectly aged. This was most likely used over an open flame as the bottom part of the pan is quite dark and it looks like the handle has gotten warm more than once! This is a sturdy popper and could still be used!