Slow Cooker Ornament
The Story BehindJanuary 1940, Irving Naxon received a patent on his Beanery, a slow cooker inspired by his Lithuanian mother. Since Jews were forbidden to work on the Sabbath, they would take a pot of cholent (bean stew) to a bakery on Friday to slowly cook in the residual oven heat.
Measurements: 2.5 X 2.5 X 1.5 (HxLxW)
Each glass ornament is mouth-blown into finely carved molds
A solution of hot liquid silver is added for exceptional color and vibrance
Ornaments are then hand-painted and hand-glittered for a fine finish
Slow cooker ornament
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