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Web Description:. The iron was available in jewel-tone colors of red for example, Metal shortages during World War II spurred innovative designs using alternative materials.


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  • The Corning Glass Works investigated substitutions of glass for metal, creating glass versions of such common items as thimbles, bullets, and coins. Heatresistant Pyrex borosilicate glass, developed in for bakeware, was ideal for an iron. Borosilicate glass blanks for the iron bodies, produced by Corning Glass Works, were sent to the Saunders Machine and Tool Corporation, which mounted the glass to chrome-plated metal sole plates and attached electrical dials and fittings.

    Graham and Alec T. Abrams Inc. More Info Department:. Modern and Contemporary. Mantiques Modern, Source. Molded relief on underside of body in glass. Silver Streak. Engraved on underside of metal in script.