|Object ID #||1959.002.057abc|
|Object Name||Trivet, Ironing|
|Title||Sad Iron & Three Trivets|
|Lexicon category||5: T&E For Science & Technology|
|Place of Origin||Unknown|
Three open-work cast iron trivets. This catalogue number is also on an all-metal small sad iron, that is only emboss-cast with "4" (on its top side). It likely came along with "B".
A. Rather wide trivet with an 8-pointed star design. Rather high ridges on two sides to keep the iron in place. Held up by three cylindrical legs. Bottom is quite rusty but the top is in good condition.
B - Solid-style, cast-embossed with "4", manufacturer unknown. Cast iron rounded triangular shape to the body of the iron. Two curved rod supports for the handle grip. The "4" is on the top side.
C - Longer trivet with the design of a letter W and a heart. Supported by three longish legs. No ridges.
|Makers mark||"4" emboss-cast|
Foundry of manufacture unknown. Previously owned by Mrs. William G. Reid, who was formerly Miss Jean Givens of Massie, Grey County. She married Mr. Reid, who was a son of George Inglis Reid and Clara (Milson) Reid.
Jean's parents were James Givens and the former Mary Ann "Minnie" McKay of Holland Township, Grey County. Mary Ann's parents were John and Margaret Murray McKay, who were married in Chatsworth, Grey County in 1869. James & Minnie Givens were buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Owen Sound in the 1950s. Mary Ann "Minnie" McKay's lifedates are b. 1870-d. 1950.
|Collection||Household Equipment, 19th-c Collection|
|Found||Grey County, Ontario|
Givens, Mary Ann