Here for sale is a fantastic antique sewing machine made by William Sellers & Sons.
William started the business in 1852 and was based in Airedale Works, Keighley, Yorkshire. By the late 1860s the company was showing at major exhibitions with the best result of a gold medal at the International Show in Amsterdam in 1869.
The sewing machine has a fiddle base and part of the 'stitchwell' range. It is stamped with the serial number 26386.
It comes with its original manual. The pine box is a later addition and was probably made just to store the sewing machine.
Shows extensive signs of wear and tear as it is old and has been used, but only adds to its character. Signs of rust and enamel peeling in places. This is a very old model and shows its age!
Great decorative item which would look fantastic in any home or business interior.
We are a family company and love sourcing unusual pieces which bring a burst of individual style to the most modern of interiors, creating interiors with soul!
Dimensions are approximate
Box - 53 cm width, 27 cm depth, 28 cm height