Rare Anvil Of French Dinandier, 19th Century

Rare Anvil Of French Dinandier, 19th Century

£1,130.00
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About this item

"Dinandier" is an artisan, who manufactures utilitarian and decorative objects by hammering from a sheet of copper, tin or iron. In particular, he made pans or copper fountains, as in Auvergne, or mussels (such as kouglof mussels in Alsace).
This name comes from Dinant in Belgium, where the tradition of copper work dates back to the 12th century.
Exceptional patina
Sell with 7 soldering iron
Beware: heavy.

Price per set

Additional dimensions information:

Dm 47 cm

Dimensions

W47.0 x H70.0 x D47.0 cm

Condition

Used

Wear condition

Good

Date of manufacture

Unknown

Place of origin

France

Material

Hand-Carved Boxwood, Iron

Period

19th Century

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Seller is VAT registered

SKU

61689632
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