Adjustable Brass Pasta Cutter

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Say goodbye to those imperfect tortelloni squares, and hello to your new set of wheels! You’ll want to take these straight-edged brass wheels for a spin over and over again after you see just how perfectly straight they cut your pasta squares and ribbons. Thanks to its adjustable knobs, you can quickly modify the width of each cut. Tortellini one day, tortelloni the next!

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In 1977, Romano Gandolfi and his wife Adele opened Ga.Ri. Torneria, their workshop in the hills of Emilia-Romagna between Parma and Piacenza. Like any good emiliano, Romano has always passionate about his pasta – especially the iconic tortellini and cappelletti of the region – and began creating brass stamps and pasta wheels that are efficient, durable, and beautiful. Made by hand, Romano and his daughters Lara and Cristina have delighted pasta makers with these special tools for over 40 years.

6.7 x 5 x 2 in

Made of natural beech wood and brass.

Brass is best cleaned naturally. To clean brass tools, take a clean rag and dampen in a mixture of water and lemon juice, or water and baking soda. Squeeze out excess water and gently rub the metal and brass to clean off any dough or flour stuck to the surface. Allow tools to dry in a cool, ventilated place. Note: never run tools through dishwasher, and do not use dish soap.

Why brass?

Brass – it's not just for looks! Brass is a highly malleable material, which means that when its molded into wheels and stamps, it has a very precise end point. Plus its added weight helps press into your pasta to get a clean and defined cut.

How to Use

To adjust the wheels, simply loosen the screws and slide the wheels into the position you'd like or remove them altogether. For large squares of pasta up to 4 inches in size, leave two wheels attached. For smaller 1.5-inch squares, leave all four wheel attached. Perfect for cutting ribbon pastas and squares for making tortellini, tortelloni, garganelli, and farfalle.