Here's a neat antique white porcelain china pestle with a graceful turned wooden handle. Dating about 1920's, perhaps earlier, this culinary kitchen or drugstore tool would have been quite handy for mashing or crushing.
The handle is hardwood, possibly maple. The shape of the pestle is rounded with the bottom being flat.
Condition is very nice with the wooden handle having a nice patina. A small amount of crazing to the china. No chips or breaks that I found.
Size: 14-1/2" long from the bottom of the pestle to the turned knob at the top. From the bottom of the pestle to the point the china meets the wooden handle is 2" tall. It is 2-1/2" diameter across the bottom of the china.