Electric iron, heated by carbon arc electrodes
- c. 1905 in France
Early electric iron, French, c.1890
Early electric iron of unusual construction. The soleplate is heated by passing a current across carbon arc electrodes. The hazards of fire and injury to the user made this method dangerous and short-lived.
- Domestic Appliances
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- electric iron
- Pullar, A.E.
- Permanent collection
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