Decopix Art Deco Patent of the Week – A Tale of 2 Toasters

Toasters existed before the Art Deco era but they gained wide popularity in the 20s-30s and were a perfect blank canvas for the crisp new Art Deco and Streamline Moderne styles. Here are two designs from William A. Pentacost of Oakland, California. A manually operated slide-through device and a legendary, motor-driven Toast-O-Lator.

 

Toaster 1-60070

Toaster-2-60070

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