Here's a neat cookie cutter with that Depression era green paint so prevalent in the years of the 1920's and 1930's, When life was a struggle for many during this period, even a splash of color on a cookie cutter brought a smile.
This spade cutter, more than likely, was from a set for making cookies or making even small sandwiches for a bridge party. Bridge parties, they too, were the rage of the day!
The cutter has a rolled edge on the top. It is 3-1/4" long, at the center x 2-1/2" wide, at the widest point x 1-3/4" tall.
Condition is actually good. Some wear to the green paint but minor.