In the 19th century, ironing boards were commonly used at home. Wooden Ironing board Manufacturers quickly began offering ironing boards ready-made by the late nineteenth century. By about 1898, the ironing board came equipped with legs that could be taken down and enabled the board to be set up anywhere. These early manufactured ironing boards were of wood that was supposed to resist warping although they still warped.
An Ironing Board Made to Last!
The difference is in the craftsmanship. Taking high quality wood like maple Pine and birch then crafting everything by hand, woodworkers create some of the most solid, reliable ironing boards we've seen. In return, they got a secure, smooth area to iron their clothes with the satisfaction of knowing this ironing board will for last years to come.
This beautiful piece was found in an Vintage Store. She was stained with markers and crayons. She has a mark of an iron left on her for too long. With a little love & muscle, she is now a beautiful piece that would look amazing in any home.
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