19th Midcentury - Denmark - Cast iron & Stainless steel - Near Mint Condition
Gorgeous bread slicer made in cast iron, with a sharp blade of stainless steel.
Place of origin: Denmark
Model type: 294
Design year: 1939 - Danish midcentury design
Materials: Cast Iron, Wood and Stainless Steel
Colour: Original White
Condition: Near Mint.! Very well maintained
Dimensions including handle.
Width: 37 cm / 14.5 inches
Length: 25 cm / 10 inches
Height: 25 cm / 10 inches
This gilloutine bread slicer is in near mint condition, can be used to cut bread, cheese, fruit, vegetables, cookies 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 breadslicer from Alexanderwerk and Germania
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Carefully wrapped, and very safe packaging.
Insurance and Track & Trace on all EU orders
Dont hesitate to ask questions.
*Beware when unpacking, the knife is sharp.
|Member since:||July 16, 2017|
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Nice product and customer service. Everything else went well, but delivery was very slow. The courier has some issue. Anyway, I received item in good condition after 2 weeks, so everything ok now.
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||$65.10|
|United Arab Emirates||$85.22|
|Rest of Europe||$65.10|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Stouby (Jylland), Denmark.
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