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Antique Danish Bread Slicer Raadvad Black - FR665

$485.00

 

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An antique Danish Raadvad bread slicer. This has been re-painted at some stage (a little paint on the board near the metal as shown). I would also clean off the paint on the blade. These work well for crusty loaves and heavier bread. Raadvad is a reputable Danish company established in 1759 well known for their high end quality kitchen equipment. They started making bread slicers in 1924 and made a new model in 1939 which almost hasn’t changed since. The bread slicer is a handy kitchen item with a v-shaped wooden rest for a loaf of bread, and an arm with a specially designed blade for effectively slicing uniform slices from even the toughest loaves. The operation is simple because the machine is made of solid cast iron with a steel blade, and even better, there's no need to get your fingers anywhere in the way of the slicing operation.

SIZE approx: 27.5cm high x 31cm deep x 38cm wide including handle

 

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