Possibly Salem North Carolina United States of America
DESCRIPTION: A tin cylinder sausage stuffer with a wooden press.
HISTORY: “A sausage stuffer was most often a tin cylinder, or long rectangular box, of wood or tin, with a small tapered funnel-like outlet over which the sausae casing was fitted. A plunger, worked either by a crank or by pushing, pressed the sausage meat into the casing.” (Franklin, p.187)
Wachovia Historical Society