Small crank sewing machine model Fiammetta produced in the 1940s by the  company Termoelettrica SRL of Trinità (CN) which was based in Bra
It’s a toy sewing machine with black cast iron body and gold decorations and lettering, the wooden base is complete with a clamp for fixing it to the table.
Like the other sewing machines  exhibited in the pink room, this  worked  very well and allowed the girls to show their manual creativity in the creation of clothes for their dolls
Toys played a key role, and thanks to them, children could learn to idenitfy their roles. The girls were given dolls, houses equipped with furniture, or miniature kitchen utensils and sewing machines because through the game they could  internalize models that have to do with ideals of femininity and maternity.