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toast rack

n
(Cookery) a small stand consisting of a usually oblong base with a number of open-sided partitions between which pieces of toast may be stood upright
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toast rack

toast rack

[ˈtəʊstˌræk] nportatoast m inv
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The brown loaf was out, the white loaf was out, the toast rack was out, the doughnuts were out, the milk was skimmed, the butter had been brought from the dairy.
The event is being held to honour Victorian designer Christopher Dresser, who is best known for his metal wares which include serving dishes, toast racks and candlesticks but he is also renowned for his carpet and textile work.
The chorus line set piece of Be Our Guest - think can canning napkins, tangoing feather dusters, flick flacking rugs and twirling toast racks - is joyously silly and just spectacular.
The Queen Victoria cutlery order, worth pounds 100,000, which also includes silver petits fours stands, toothpick holders, salt and pepper pots, wine coasters, serving trays and toast racks, is making staff work flat out to meet the deadline.
It was this championing of art for the ordinary person which made Dresser a household name and although radical, his designs were simple, modern and aesthetic and many items, such as his 1880s toast racks, are still being manufactured today.
A golf section has a decorative wooden pipe stand, silver-plated toast racks together with Ryder Cup and Open Championship programmes from the 1940s and 1950s.
Baking trays and tins: Lakeland Limited has racks, like giant toast racks, which hold baking trays upright so you can see what you have.
It consists of 30 SK-US, including dinner and salad plates, cereal bowls, cups and saucers, mugs, teapots, coffee pots, storageware and toast racks.
An interesting golf section has a decorative wooden pipe stand, silver-plated toast racks together with Ryder Cup and Open Championship programmes from the 1940s and 1950s.
The trick is to get a balanceCeramic bowls can hold everything from cotton wool to cotton reels and old-fashioned ginger jars are ideal as vasesChina or earthenware toast racks can hold stationery.
Toast Racks for Collectors published at pounds 18 has been written by Margaret and Peter Crumpton who have been researching and collecting British made toast racks for ten years.