Hotpoint, Metal, two door electric Dish Dryer. Not all dishes were able to go into the dishwasher in 1949. This machine was created to help with the drying of all of the hand washed items. Instead of drying with a towel, you placed the dishes, pots and pans in this contraption after hand washing. Shut the door, turn on the timer and in no time the dishes were dry and ready to be put away. We salvaged this piece from the circa 1949 Ludwig Mansion of Berks County, PA. The kitchen in this mansion was a complete Hotpoint kitchen including the cabinets and appliances. Inquire as to the availability of the other components. This mansion is featured in season 7, episode 2 of the DiY network show "Salvage Dawgs".
Weight: 162 lbs., 34.75H x 28D x 25W
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