At labodegaantiques.com we absolutely love vintage and antique telephones. Gorgeous, timeless pieces that tell a story.
Beautiful designs, lovely materials. Robust or fragile, we just love them! They tell us a story, about how the world has developed. About certain periods of time, about different materials and why they used it. But also about the tremendous technological developments.
In all of our vintage and antique telephones you can see the history and development, gorgeous and as if time stood still.
We have antique telephones made by the famous Scandinavian brands, LM Ericsson, KTAS, Jydsk, Fyns and German brands, Siemens, Tefag, Mix & Genest, Siemens & Halske, Fuld and Belgian brands, ATEA, Bell MFG.
At labodegaantiques.com we have a great interest in military items. From the Great War, WW1 with its trench warfare to WW2 with its mechanized and parachute assaults. We love special war relics, photo albums, helmets or stahlhelm, bayonets and field gear.
Trench art is also one of our favorites. We love the handcrafted, detailed relics made by soldiers during the lonely hours in the trenches, behind the lines or in some cases, wounded in one of the hospitals. They really used everything they could lay their hands on. Brass artillery shells, casings, wood, shrapnel, string, pieces of cloth, buttons,....
Freshly ground coffee or espresso, at labodegaantiques.com we just love it. When you take a look at our antique coffee grinders, you can almost smell the freshly ground coffee beans.
Just like our antique telephones, our antique coffee grinders tell a story as well. The big robust commercial antique coffee grinders were used in a grocery store, where they ground your coffee beans when you ordered them. We have Enterprise, Landers Frary & Clark, Simplex and others. We sell also the wallmount Dutch coffee grinders with Delfts Blue or Douwe Egberts, German PeDe coffee grinders and French Peugeot Freres Brevetes coffee grinders in various shapes and sizes. The different designs and use of material show huge development, but the base principles, the grinding mechanism, remains unchanged and is something you can still find in todays coffee grinders.
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