What is the kitchen device shown here? I found it in the kitchen and it is about 18 inches long.

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    Information such as any writing, etching on the tool or information on when and where it was bought might help identify. – zetaprime Jan 10 '20 at 7:28
  • Could it be a cheese slicer? – James McLeod Jan 11 '20 at 1:26
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    To me that looks like it's the handle for something, and that this 'something' is supposed to slide over the wires - the springiness of the wires holding it on. Similarly to the way in which a paint roller can be separated into the handle (with springy wires) and the actual roller (a cylinder which slides over the wires). – brhans Jan 13 '20 at 16:23
  • I'm actually thinking something that is meant to stretch muslin or other cloth for sifting, but not really sure. – FuzzyChef Jan 13 '20 at 19:11
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    This looks like a duster to me. I have one that looks identical; it has a microfiber cloth with a pocket that slips over the wires. Similar to amazon.com/OXO-Good-Grips-Microfiber-Duster/dp/B00940DV6W. – ceejayoz Jan 14 '20 at 18:36

I actually think that is an old-style duster handle, not a food processing tool. Used with disposable dusting units with a tube that slides over then handle. It is clearly not for cooking IMHO. Something like this more modern unit. I could be wrong, but that's certainly what it looks like> enter image description here

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