Retro 18th Century Iron Replica Dragon Holding Coals and Breathing Smoke

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If you ever wondered how they used to iron clothes "back in the day," this dragon headed replica of an 18th century clothes iron show you how they did it! The wooden handle would be held to iron the clothes below, while smoke would come bellowing out of the dragon figure on top.

Though we've come a long way in design and technology, this holdover shows the ingenuity of our ancestors when it came to getting things done. Apparently, they'd put a hot coal or two into the cast iron base to heat the iron up. The smoke had to go somewhere and somebody along the way decided to get creative with things and made it to look like a fire-breathing dragon!

Today's reproduction makes a great doorstop, incense burner or ash tray. The ironing part is taken care of, but this dragon-themed reproduction will serve as a reminder of how far we've come since "the good old days of yore..."

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  • Cast in durable iron
  • Reproduced from the original German artifact
  • Great as a catch-all, doorstop, change pot, or incense burner
  • A great gift for any dragon collector
  • 8"W x 4"D x 8"H
  • Approx. 7 lbs.
  • Made in China
  • Satisfaction guaranteed!

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