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Transformable shelves Beginning of the 20th Century

From an artist studio, this amazing shelf / table was used to prepare and arrange the brushes and pigments. It is in tainted and waxed ash, with five shelves and six degrees of transformations. Metal structure and mechanics activated by pushing a bolt on the side. Some unevenness on the table top.

Stamped: 'Manufactured by Boeckh Bros Company, Toronto, Canada - Patented 1896 1897 1898'
Charles Boeckh was born in Alsace (France) in 1817 and emigrated to New York at the age of 32 where founded a painter's brushes factory. He opens a branch in Toronto in 1856 and three years later he retrieves there all his activities.

Shelves depth: 30 cm.

height 140 cm, width 88 cm, depth 58 cm

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