11 Antique Sewing Machine Pictures
I am sharing a fun collection of Antique Sewing Machine Pictures today. Most are Black and White clipart. I would love to have one of these beautiful old fashioned machines for real, they are often quite decorative … many with striking gold lettering on black metal. And even the cabinets can be quite pretty! I think you could use these to make some fun DIY Wall Decor for a Sewing or Craft Room!
Antique Sewing Machines in Cabinets
This illustration shows a machine that looks quite small, in relation to the table. The table has 4 small drawers and the cover for the machine appears to be sitting on the floor.
What a fun Old Fashioned Sewing Machine Image above! This one was scanned from a rare Antique Printer’s book that dates to around Circa 1880′s. Shown above is a black and white image of an old time Sewing Machine. The Machine has 3 cute built in sewing drawers along the side and a wooden lid to cover it. I love the little floating hand that’s displaying the lid … so quirky!
Here is another fun Antique Sewing Machine Picture! This was also scanned from a rare Antique Printer’s book. Shown above is a black and white image of an old time Sewing Machine. The Machine has two built in sewing drawers along the side and a wooden cover over top of the machine.
Above is an interesting sewing machine from a 1920’s Catalog. Shown here is an Old Fashioned Sewing Machine and a Sewing Table/Cabinet to go with it. The feet are very interesting and large. The treadle is large. This one looks sturdy and made to last. So nifty and decorative!
Women Sewing Images
Antique Sewing Machines
This is a very pretty and classy Antique Sewing Machine graphic from an old Wanamaker’s Dept Store Catalog! There was no date on the catalog, but I’m guessing it dates around 1880 – 1890. Normally when you see these old Sewing Machines, they are black with gold on them. This one appears to have been light colored, perhaps white or ivory. So lovely!
Shown here is an Old Fashioned Sewing Machine from the 1920’s Catalog. Look at the detail shown here of the painted scrollwork and ornament on the machine body and the plate. It has the name “Carolina” across the top. I wonder if that is the maker or the name of the owner. Just beautiful!
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