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rusticmeetsvintage: by menickstephensorg *Please Do Not Change Content Source*

.i remember these from grandmas house. now i don't know if this is what they should have been used for, but i remember that at the end of the night, she'd take them and wrap in old sheets and put them in the bed before i got in. wonderful against those very nicely argo starched sheets...i loved it then, can't imagine sleeping on starched sheets now...TLK (rePinned 093013TLK)

Antique iron -something like this for your door stops!!!

antique irons on the window sill of a laundry room (especially ironic because I loathe that chore)

Irons that needed heating up on the stove, with a much higher risk of getting burned fingers.

Coal coals were placed inside to heat, then used to press clothes.

This would keep my uninsulated old farmhouse warm and toasty! (But you better plan ahead for dinner, lol)

Antique clothes irons. I remember seeing this charcoal filled iron when I was very young. You had to be very careful that the embers do not land on your clothes.