Antique bed-feet & hand warmers
early 1900s Stoneware footwarmer, marked along the side 'Doulton's Improved Footwarmer Lambeth Pottery London. Francis and Son Ltd Brixton & Branches Balham High Rd Clapham. Junct Horwood Rd, Stretham High Rd' One end has a carrying knob and the other is stamped with Doulton's stamp
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Antique Signed "JS 1851" Chip Carved Wooden Foot Warmer Folk Art Primitive | eBay
Dating from the 12th century and decorated in foliate patterns, this small, bronze ball is actually a hand-warmer. Inside the metal sphere, which unscrews into two halves, is an iron cup that held hot charcoal. This clever design allowed the hands to be warmed without getting burnt. Medieval hand-warmers, such as this one, were predominantly used by priests as they celebrated Mass. During long sermons, inside the chilly, unheated churches of the Middle Ages, the priest’s hands often became num…
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