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To fill their web shop Relique, Rick Brandt and Mary Beth Voss scour the globe to find vintage and repurposed accents that are classic, artistic, and full of personality—items they could envision in their own homes. Their latest assortment will delight the intellectually curious soul. Chock full of scientific and Space-Age-themed wares like glass beaker sets, anatomical models, and robots fashioned out of recycled toys, this collection is empirical evidence that it pays to experiment with a new look and indulge your inner geek.
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This large Mid-Century industrial foundry mold hails from the Grossel Company metals factory in Detroit, Michigan. Solid wood. Marble and wood base. Embossed “HE-7113-1.” Apply wood oil regularly to preserve shine and wood grain. This vintage item has been refurbished and enhanced for everyday use. L 26” W 6.5” H 19”.
Dust with a dry cloth.
Wood, Metal, Stone
Silver, Black, Brown
H 26” W 19” D 6.50”
Missouri-based Relique is a fine purveyor of vintage and repurposed accents, specializing in delightfully oddball relics and salvaged artifacts that are rife with personality and charm. With a deep appreciation for Industrial Age design, Relique gives forgotten or ignored bits of our history new life, bringing a greater appreciation of the past to future generations.