Treadle Machine; Singer; 2015-3452-1
Treadle MachineAbout this object
Donated by Mrs B Howell
A beautiful example of an early Singer treadle (sewing) machine.
A hinged wooden flap covers machine and opens out to provide a layout surface for working. Another hinged wooden piece folds back to allow the sewing machine to fold upright. The sewing machine rests on the flap. The machine is painted in a floral pattern.
There are 3 apothecary drawers each side (6 drawers in total). A wrought iron base has the "Singer" name incorporated.
ManufacturerMedium and Materials
Wood and metalTechnique
79cm H, 46cm W, 92cm LCollection
Howell estateCredit Line
Mrs Belinda HowellObject Type
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