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Triang No. 50

Triang No. 50, kitchen

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Triang No. 50, kitchen
The furniture is unmarked German (the table and chair possibly by Gottschalk) with an early Barton electric fire, Dol-Toi sink and Barrett & Sons washing machine. The open dresser is home-made.
Posted on April 25, 2015 Full Size|

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4 Comments

Brooksey
12:41 PM on April 26, 2015 
My grandmother had a treadle sewing machine in her kitchen in the 1950s - which was furnished very much like this one. I remember it well!
Jan
8:38 AM on April 26, 2015 
You have compliment the furniture with some lovely home made pieces in this house,
Edel
1:42 AM on April 26, 2015 
Zoe H says...
The sewing machine is beautifull. I don't recognise the cooker, is it German, Edel?

The cooker is probably German, I found it on the fleamarket here (Hanover) and it matches 1950s German furniture sets (all unmarked).
Zoe H
1:23 PM on April 25, 2015 
The sewing machine is beautifull. I don't recognise the cooker, is it German, Edel?

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