Food Mixer, Electric

Production date
1937
Description
A small electric food mixer. A clear glass jug acts as the base. Measuring increments are on both sides of the jug . One side has cups only and the other has both cups and ounces. The mixer has a black coated metal lid with a small simple metal beater extending down into the jug. A semicircular green plastic covering hides the motor on the top of the lid. An electric cord extends from the motor and has a three point plug attached at the end.
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Production date
1937
Credit line
This mixer belonged to Grace Velvin. Grace's 17-year-old son Norman bought it for her in 1937 with his first pay packet. Grace used to use the mixer to make Spanish Cream every Sunday for pudding after the family roast.
Accession number
TM2002.078
Collection type
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