Vintage Spong & Co Ltd Bean Slicer No 332 Or 632 – Circa 1930 / 40s

Minimum Donation €22.25

The original dark green paint with gold lettering on the cast iron housing, with steel triple slicing blade, countertop screw mount and wooden knob to handle. Very good condition, although there has been rusting to the clamp and minimal signs of past use, but this would be a great piece to add to a collection of Kitchenalia, or simply have on display as part of a classic or contemporary interior. Unclear whether the design number is 332 or 632 L:19 (excl clamp) x D:10cm

Only 1 left in stock


English manufacturer, Spong & Co, began manufacturing their bean slicers in the late 1800s, when they became a luxury item for more well-off families. In the 1930s, Spong’s advertised the slicer as ‘domestic labour-saving slicers’. This idea of tools for labour saving became increasingly popular as more women went to work and had less time for household chores

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Weight 0.6 kg