Primitive Antique Hatters Shackle
Rare primitive home decor hatters iron. This unusually designed iron is known as a Hatter's Shackle. Once the iron is heated the "grove" was placed on both sides of the brim of a dress hat and then ironed around just as a flat sad iron is used on linens.
Interesting and unusual this was acquired as part of a high end collection of Victorian ironing tools and advertising.
It is unmarked.
A great addition to primitive home decor collection. This would make a great unique gift for a birthday or house warming gift.
Antique collar crimping tool measures 3.4" tall by 4.2" wide by 1.75" deep and weighs 1lb 4oz.
In good condition with signs of use commensurate with age (please see all pictures as they form part of the condition description).
Shop Ref: Box No.29
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