My favourite of all the wonderful Singer sewing machine ornamentations over the ages, it's hard to believe this beautiful machine with its stunning early Art Deco design was produced in the midst of the first world war.
This example of the model 28 is in great condition with just the tell tale signs of a lifetime of service. All the mechanisms seem to function as they should -a testament to the build quality of these great British machines- and there is no rust. The sewing machine has been cleaned all over to rejuvenate and revive the design, particularly the two very ornate steel cover pieces which were indistinct when it was discovered.
This sewing machine comes with the original instruction booklet (selling for £10+ on Etsy), three bobbins, two packets of needles (each with several needles inside) and a large Singer cotton reel.
The original lid for this machine is not present, however, it has previously been kept in the vintage wooden case shown, and while this lid does not lock on, it is an original bell shaped Singer box and will keep it protected during transportation and keep the dust away at home.
Make this beautiful piece an heirloom in your family, and whether it is used to sew or to decorate a room, it will continue to last and be treasured for another century to come.