Art Deco Chrome "Superlectric" Toaster Series 66
Incredible Design with Red Catalin Accent Pieces
The Superlectric model 66 is one of the most uncommon Art Deco chrome and Red Catalin trim Toasters ever manufactured. Made in the 1930's by Superior Electric Product Corp. in St. Louis, MO. This highly stylized Art Deco designed toaster floating on a tubular chrome frame is absolutely stunning. From its speed lines running down each side to it's rounded + tapered edges and 4 bright red Bakelite stacked cylinder handles interspersed with chrome discs.
The design is reminiscent of the streamlined locomotives, ocean-liners and automobiles of the 30's. This was definitely a design made for the "kitchens of the future" during this era.
Toaster is stamped on the bottom: SUPERLECTRIC MF'D by Superior Elect Prod. Corp., St. Louis, MO. - No 66 Series 3.5 AMP = 110 120 VOLTS AC or DC.