RARE Antique 1st Chapin Cream Dipper,Cream Seperator 1899 Milk Collectible

This antique Chapin cream dipper was introduced in a paper presented in November of 1899 by Dr. Henry Chapin of New York about infant feeding. Dr. Chapin suggested using the top milk and cream from a bottle of milk with the cream risen to the top to improve the nutrition of infants. This dipper became known as the Chapin Cream Dipper. This is the 1st. version & was made by the Cereo Company of Tappan , New York and sold for 25 cents.
This 1st. version is very hard to find, a later "modified" version came out in Jan. of 1912.
Measures 8 3/8" long, I don't see any markings on it.

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Thanks for lookin, Theo...