Approx. 1970 - Germany - rosewood, copper and particle board
Amazingly beautiful barometer still new in box and that for almost 50 years.
The barometer comes from the contents of a Belgian jewellery store.
This barometer has an Art Deco-like style shape.
Width 24 cm, height 19 cm and depth 3 cm.
It has a beautiful rosewood veneer with a black plastic protective edge
It has a copper measurement plate, looks like a retro odometer and a beautiful copper copper edge
The text is French-speaking and original sticker is still on
It is in a gold-coloured spotted box with the numbers 3540, no. 16 and 90003984, probably numbers from his administration or warehouse.
The box is in very good condition.
Catawiki member since March 24, 2015, received 142 reviews in total (31 in last 12 months)
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Pas reçu pour le moment mais j'ai contacté Marienvat pour lui signaler et il a contacté le service postal de suite et répondu très rapidement que le colis devrait arriver !!
J'apprécie et j'attend
Very fast shipping. Good packing. The item is as described. Beautiful vase. Thank you.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Très belle poupee mais mal emballée merci salutationPlease note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.I have packed her so well , I hope you made a language mistake, I hope you can still remove your neutral feedback, I have done my best to pack her very well , thanks and kind regards Marian
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