Illuminated Edwardian Toaster No. 4
This vintagepiece is an example of one of the first electric toasters. It now features three tall tubular candelabra base Edison-style bulbs in place of the original heating elements. The overall effect somewhat resembles a small toasty fireplace.
A rotary dial rheostat switch controls the level of light, from quite bright to just barely visible. The hinge on the bread holders permits it to be displayed in a closed or open position.
This illuminated object is perfect for a den, kitchen bedroom, living room or bookcase. It casts a very warm candlelight-like color, and can be bright enough to read by.
The device measures 8" h x 7" w x 6"d.
This is a genuine antique; however, all electrical materials are certified, and all connections are designed for safety and durability.