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Brass window handle

From 1930 to 1940. Restored and slightly refined surface. There is a story about their purchase, or better said their replacement with bakelite fittings and handles during the First Slovak Republic during the World War II. As a replacement the former owners got the already mentioned bakelite...

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Brass pair of compasses

It was manufactured approximately from 1880 to 1890. A subtle object with a design that already carries elements of Art Nouveau. A beauty shining from the curves of the object is fascinating, there are no more words needed....

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EIKOW

Theater folding binocular from Japan from 1970 to 78. Practical solution for the pocket of a jacket or for women's handbag. The optical properties are quite satisfactory in spite of the small size and weight....

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Pencil sharpener

Piece of practical office art déco design. The product represents a material balance between glass and plastic, namely bakelite. The contoured surface is ergonomic but also decorative in the spirit of time....

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Cigar Cutter

Slightly different concept of cigare handling from the German Pfeilring brand. This tool can also cut the cigar into V shape. A small notch at the end of the handle serves to cut the protective labels on the cigar case. Aficionados, of course, know this....

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