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This little turkey is fed up with dry, overcooked representations of his kind. In the form of a kitchen timer, he’s here to remind you that when it comes to cooking, every moment matters. This Boston Warehouse design features a soft ticking to assure you that it’s working, and a loud ring so you know when the bird is done but still juicy.
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Hand-painted. Rotate the top to set. Each minute is clearly marked with numbers at the fives up to one hour. One-hour timer.
Wipe with damp cloth. Do not submerge in water.
L 3.50” W 3” H 5.50”
In 1974, Peter Jenkins’ entrepreneurial dreams led him to found Boston Warehouse—a literal warehouse in Boston, chosen for its accessibility to imports from Europe and particularly Jenkins’ native England. Its first in-house design, a garlic cellar, debuted in 1980 to great success. A line of quirky kitchen tools soon followed suit, and continues to grow to this day.