3 Late Victorian Steel Carpet Beaters
A weekly chore in the household would be to beat carpets on the washing line or fence.
During the 19th century, when houses were heated by coal and wood, the house would get very dusty, add to that the fact that the streets of the cities and lanes of the countryside were not asphalted as they are today, there was a lot of dust around.
These carpet beaters are unusual as they made from sprung steel. they are sold as a group of 3
In very good condition
Dimensions: 54cm long x 20cm wide