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This floor lamp is fresh out of our work shop. It is made with three original & idendical 150 cm skis from the 1950's which were found in Switzerland. The skis and "Tornado" bindings have been completly restored and look very nice indeed.
The Ski Floor lamp will add rustic style to your home. Standing just over 158 cm tall (top of socket) it casts light in just the right places. It comes with an on/off foot switch and a Swiss plug which can easily be replaced with any other type of plug. A simple assembly of 5 screws is required.
Please note that the lamp shade is not included.
The bindings on these 1930's rustic "Ridge Top" skis have been restored and one binding had the leather straps replaced at some point in time. The wood is in great condition for it's age and has developed a beautiful patina over the years. As many wooden skis of the early years, one ski got "cracked" and was repaired with a piece of sheet metal. Back in the days, these repairs were sometimes done by the local cobbler. The tails of the skis feature a "spoiler or lip" raise in the wood which is very unique as we rarely see this type of woodwork on vintage skis. The hickory poles still have their original hand straps but the baskets were replaced. These antique skis and poles will look just great on the wall or over the fireplace in you home or chalet!
These increasingly hard to find 1950's children skis with "ESS Allgaü" bindings (except for the bases all beautifully restored) & bamboo poles. All in all, in excellent condition. The poles features rare "Bulb" wood tops & the leather hand straps and webbing on the double rattan baskets are original and in very good condition. The metal pole tips are rusty but this only adds authenticity to the whole display. These will no doubt look great hanging in your home or chalet!
These are a nice pair of German vintage wooden 1950's children skis & poles. The skis were manufactured by "Arthur Müller" in Sayda, Saxony, Germany. They are equiped with Mesta "TAIFUN" bindings which are without rust and the leather toe straps are intact. The bamboo poles have new baskets & hand straps. Both the skis & bindings are in very good condition. These would be a great enhancement to your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or a very nice gift for your skier friends.
We are not certain where these 1960 vintage glacier/touring sunglasses were manufactured (found in Switzerland but could be French) as they show no brand name, but they are the best design we've ever seen when it comes to flexibility. Thanks to the wire skeleton incorporated in the frame as well as the bendable hinges they seem to be unbreakable. One thing is for certain - they don't make them like they use to! They are in very good condition and even I would not hesitate to wear them on my next high altitude tour, as with their side shields, no glare lenses, they are functional and real COOL looking!
Porsche design Ski Goggles 5600
When they were first launched in 1976 the Porsche Design Ski Goggles had clear futuristic aesthetics. The secret is their simplicity. A flat, flexible synthetic panoramic visor provides all-round vision and UV-protection. These unisex goggles fit any head size. They are flexible, individually adjustable by means of a Velcro band. These are new old stock and come with the original packing box which is a bit worn at the edges from moving/storage.
A beautiful Swiss - Austrian mountaineering display consisting of a vintage rucksack with ice axe, climbing rope, crampons, pitons, field flask & glacier goggles - all from the 1940's/50's with a lot of history as it all made it up (& down!) the Matterhorn in the late 50's. The rucksack is from the 1950's and shows signs of usage with tears along the back support struts but not seen from the front. The leather draw string and all other leather straps are intact. It also features an extension zipper at the top which can add 15 cm for extra storage space. The 1940's "Albert Lutz AG" Stubai ice axe with its original canvas hand strap shows signs of normal wear but in excellent clean condition with no rust or cracks & measures 89 cm in length & the head is 29 cm....
These are a nice pair of German vintage wooden 1950's children skis & poles. The skis were manufactured by "Arthur Müller" in Sayda, Saxony, Germany. They are equiped with "TRUSETAL" bindings. The bamboo poles have new baskets & hand straps & the skis are in very good original condition. These would be a great enhancement to your decor at your chalet/home childrens bedroom or a very nice gift for your skier friends.