Alexanderwerk Rieger - 'Klipp Klapp' waffle iron with typography in relief - ca. 1900, Germany

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Alexanderwerk Rieger - 'Klipp Klapp' waffle iron with typography in relief - ca. 1900, Germany
Iconic waffle iron from the art nouveau period with the original edge for the stove and wooden handle

Iconic waffle iron from the art nouveau period with the original edge for the stove and wooden handle. The waffle iron and edge are in excellent condition and can definitely still be used. Wooden handle shows a crack.

Weight: 5.3 kg
Diameter: approx. 30 cm
Height: 6.5 cm

to the two sides:

• Waffeleisen 'Klipp Klapp für gas und Kohlenherde' (translates: waffle iron Klipp Klapp for gas and coal stoves.

• Spar - Rezept 1/4 Mehl 2 eier - Backpulver - Milch - salz - Butter - 6 - 8 Kartoffeln
(translation (Recipe 1/4 kg flour - 2 eggs - baking powder - milk - salt - butter, 6 -8 potatoes


To the edge: D.R.G.M. Alexanderwerk - Rieger - 5500

D.R.G.M: Deutches Reichs Gebrauchs Muster

Alexander von der Nahmer was definitely in the right place at the right time. In 1885 he founded Alexanderwerk as a foundry - soon after this he landed the massive coup. On his travels he discovered a manual meat mincer from the United States. Happy with this product he decided - after getting clarity as to the legal issues - to produce and sell this in his own factory in Germany. With this, the first product of the Alexanderwerke was born for the food processing industry within the national market. (Source Alexanderwerk)

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