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Small Antique Sad Iron, Sensible no. 6, wooden handle

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Small Antique Sad Iron, Sensible no. 6

This iron is in very good vintage condition. It is very old and was made by Nelson R. Streeter & Co. of New York in the late 1800s or early 1900s. The words "Sensible No. 6" appear on the face of the iron. Just beneath this appears, " N. R. S. & Co."

This iron is detachable from it's handle as you can see in the photos. This was meant to allow you to be able to switch to a hot iron while you reheated the other.

There is a small hairline crack on the bottom part of the wooden handle. This in no way makes the handle less secure. The handle attaches and detaches very easily and securely to the iron. There does not appear to be any rust on the iron or handle. The iron itself has a very nice aged patina as you can see in the photos.

The iron measures approximately 3 7/8in long, 1 7/8in wide and 3 3/8in tall.

This little sad iron would be a wonderful addition to an antique iron collection.

Small Antique Sad Iron, Sensible no. 6, wooden handle

Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: cast iron, wood
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 113 reviews
  • Favorited by: 15 people