Illuminated Fleur-de-lis Toaster
This vintage toaster (1919-22) with a lovely stylized fleur-de-lis pattern at the top of its doors is an example of one of the earliest electric toasters. It now features three striking Edison-style bulbs in place of the heating elements and is completely dimmable.
While considering it to take home, you may enjoy a little light entertainment: our "Brief History of Toasters" film below.
More details about this particular piece are below the movie....
The front and rear doors swing outward to expose the lovely light within if desired.
A rotary dial rheostat switch on base controls the level of light, from quite bright to just barely visible.
This illuminated object is perfect for a den, kitchen bedroom, living room or bookcase. It casts a very warm candlelight-like color, and is quite cheery at full brightness.
The device measures 7" h x 6" w x 4" d
Our Edison bulbs are custom-made for Illuminated Objects, and have a slight amber hue and a subtle mirrored finish. They are rated to last 3,000 hrs., and considerably more if dimmed at all. Never worry about replacements - we have thousands, and they are available for a mere $5 each.
All electrical materials used are UL, CE, and/or CCC approved, and the entire unit has been thoroughly tested for safety, reliability and soundness.
Your satisfaction ensured: Should this piece ever require servicing apart from bulb replacement, accident, or misuse, we will promptly set things right to your satisfaction at no charge save shipping.