1940's - 19th Mid-Century - Denmark - Long Model - Very Great Condition
Beautiful bread slicer with a sharp blade of stainless steel.
Danish mid-century design - Raadvad no. 294 - Original Black colour.
This guillotine slicer is made in cast iron, steel and wood. Around 1940/50's
Original colours, in great working condition - has some age-related patina (see all photos)
Patina makes it special and lovely, knife blade is in good shape..
The shape of the handle, indicates that this is one of the early models. Very old
Dimensions including handle:
Width: 37 cm / 14.5" inches
Length: 37 cm / 1;4.5" inches
Height: 25 cm / 10" inches
Very decorative and patinated, it can be used to cut bread, cheese, fruit etc.
Could also be functional as unusual book, cd or dvd rack, or simply for decoration in your kitchen, living room, café or restaurant.
Similar to the slicing machines from Alexanderwerk, Voss and Ginge
carefully wrapped and packaged before shipping,.
Track & Trace AND insurance on all shippings.
Please dont hesitate to ask me any questions.
*Beware when unpacking, the knife is sharp.
About: The company "Ginge-Raadvad" was established in 1758. This day Raadvad is one of the most respected manufactures of knives and kitchen implements in Denmark.
Raadvad's famous bread slicer has been produced for over a century, the iconic design being essentially unchanged since 1939. It has become a Danish design classic.
|Member since:||July 16, 2017|
Shipped quickly and good packed I received yhe purchased item in good order as described
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