National Washboard Co. #350
$30 + shipping
“A great American invention”
That quote is taken from The New York Times, 1868. Seemingly so, research has shown that washboards were being made in Northern Europe prior to the 1800’s. Washboards were originally ribbed wooden boards. Later down the road they evolved to different materials such as tin, iron, copper, zinc, and then glass, porcelain, terracotta, and plastic.
This piece is from the early 1900’s and consists of weathered wood and tin. The manufacturer is The National Washboard Company. The dimensions are 14.5in x 27in. Cheaper than a dry cleaner and reduces your carbon footprint. Get yours now!