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1872 Toy sad irons, cast in iron by Stevens & Brown in Cromwell, Conn., USA; the top iron, belonging to the stand (3¾" long) in the middle, likely is also from their factory, although not shown in the catalogue; the duck iron is 3¼" long

1872 Toy sad irons, cast in iron by Stevens & Brown in Cromwell, Conn., USA; the top iron, belonging to the stand (3¾" long) in the middle, likely is also from their factory, although not shown in the catalogue; the duck iron is 3¼" long

Portugal

Portugal

Antique Blue Coleman Enamelware Gas Iron, Farm House Primitive, Ironing of Fabric, Country House Antiques, Antique Clothes Iron,

Shop for enamelware on Etsy, the place to express your creativity through the buying and selling of handmade and vintage goods.

fer à repasser à glacer semelle croisillons et forme originale Etats-unis  fin1800                                Fin 19ème

fer à repasser à glacer semelle croisillons et forme originale Etats-unis fin1800 Fin 19ème

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Fers, Irons, Chinese, Iron

MINIS PARA COMPARTIR: CESTA RECTANGULAR / BANDEJA

MINIS PARA COMPARTIR: CESTA RECTANGULAR / BANDEJA

Ferro antigo com cabeça de dragão.

Turkish vintage iron, made of a solid iron, with a hollow interior. The handle is shaped to form a dragon, whose mouth provides the opening heat to escape the iron. the hinge for adding coal to the base is located at the base of the dragon's neck.

Antique German Heavy Sad Iron Charcoal with Chimney 19 Century

Antique German Heavy Sad Iron Charcoal with Chimney 19 Century VERY RARE

Antique German Heavy Sad Iron Charcoal with Chimney 19 Century

Glass linen smoother or slick stone  Post-medieval, 16th century or later  Found during excavations by Winchester Museums Service Archaeology Section at The Brooks site, Middle Brook Street, Winchester in the late 1980s  Although this example is 16th century or later, such objects were used in cloth-finishing from late Saxon times onwards.  Height 82mm. Width 170mm.  Object number: WINCM:BR87 S6837

Glass linen smoother or slick stone Post-medieval, 16th century or later Found during excavations by Winchester Museums Service Archaeology Section at The Brooks site, Middle Brook Street, Winchester in the late 1980s Although this example is 16th century or later, such objects were used in cloth-finishing from late Saxon times onwards. Height 82mm. Width 170mm. Object number: WINCM:BR87 S6837

i learned to Iron with one of those in Mexico- burned myself the first time too. Have several of these myself- don't have to rely on electricity to get the ironing done!

i have one of these,but,it is in better condition,it was my great grandmas

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