Chromed drain pipe

ventilation cover, 70s Germany, design

Chromed drain pipe

Chromed drain pipe.

Drain metal screen. Chromed drain pipe from the 70s Germany. Metal scrap. Or it is a ventilation cover.

Withered melon bowl.

Melon bowl. Natural shaping. Biological decay process. Drying, preserving, Random design.

Melon bowl, shell.

Melon bowl.

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Champagne bottle caps.

Champagne bottle caps, 3d shapes,

Champagne bottle caps.

Champagne bottle caps.

Champagne bottle caps. Wire closures of champagne bottles. They serve to fasten the cork of the bottle so that it is held in the bottle because of the high pressure. This pressure is produced by the fermentation in the bottle.

The locks have been transferred through flattening into 3d shapes.

Sweden Phillumeny Matchbox Värdshus

Långedrag Värdshus. Collectible Sweden Phillumeny Matchbox

Långedrag Värdshus

Långedrag Värdshus

Sweden Phillumeny Matchbox

Window decor, curtain. Reign of Louis XVI 18th century.

Window Decor, curtain. 18th century design. Rococo furniture

Window Decor, curtain. Reign of Louis XVI (gilded wood).

Window Decor, curtain (gilded wood). Reign of Louis XVI 18th century.

Baroque, Rococo era ca. 1780.

Associated to: Fashion in the reign of Louis XVI. 1774 to 1780.

From the book: Le Magasin de Meubles by Victor Quetin. Album complet & Reference de tous Meubles qui se fabriquent a Paris contenant environ 300 modeles, dessines en perspective.

Design for Living room.

Living room design. Small house. John Archibald Campbell. Art nouveau era.

Design for Living room in a small house. By J. A. Campbell.

Design for Living room in a small house. By J. A. Campbell.

Interior design by John Archibald Campbell 1859-1909, Architect. Art nouveau era c. 1900.

Related to: Art Deco Interior Design, Color and Furniture.

Handwritten Sütterlin letter from the year 1933.

Handwritten letter. Sütterlin. German Empire.

Handwritten letter 1933.

Handwritten Sütterlin letter from the year 1933. German Empire.

The Sütterlin writings, usually called simply Sütterlin, are developed in 1911 commissioned by the Prussian Cultural and Education Ministry, by Ludwig Sütterl in Kurrent fonts. In addition to the German Sütterlin fonts that represents a special form of German cursive, Ludwig Sütterlin also developed a stylistically comparable Latin cursive alphabet. The German Sütterlin font was introduced in Prussia from 1915th.

German Empire. Handwritten Sütterlin letter. Calligraphy

Handwritten Sütterlin letter 1933.

She began in the 1920s to replace the German cursive and in 1935 in a modified form (slightly, with less circular shapes) as a German folk signature part of the official curriculum. As a result of the signature decree however led to its prohibition by a circular of the NSDAP on 1 September 1941.