Items tagged with 'phenolic resin'
A mid-20th century Rototherm desktop thermometer in rare red Bakelite and with dual readings in Centigrade and Fahrenheit. Second-hand.
A 1930s, handmade bottle stopper from the collectable British maker. Second-hand.
A collectable, 1930s, handmade bottle stopper from the well-regarded British maker. Second-hand.
A handmade bottle stopper and pourer combining early plastics and a tagua nut. Second-hand.
A 1930s, brown, British, Bakelite, promotional perpetual calendar. Second-hand.
An Art Deco style, French language, desktop perpetual calendar in chrome plate and yellow plastic, mounted on a marble base. Second-hand.
A mid-20th century desktop thermometer in brown, with readings in Centigrade and Fahrenheit. Second-hand.
A sweet, little vintage corkscrew, combining early phenolic resin plastics and a polished tagua nut to create a parrot with a green beak. From the 1930s to 1950s. Second-hand.
A stylish, octagonal, desktop perpetual calendar in chrome plated metal and Bakelite. Second-hand.
A well made, charming suit indicator for card games. Second-hand.
A colourful, Art Deco style double-sided, pendant necklace with a domino theme. Second-hand.
A small, vintage, navy leather handbag by English maker Harmony. Second hand.
A striking, Art Deco style brooch incorporating an old Bakelite domino piece. Second-hand.
A small pair of field or racing binoculars by British company ESL. Second-hand.
A mid-20th century desktop thermometer in the rarer green, by British maker Rototherm. Second-hand.
A perpetual desktop calendar in chrome and Bakelite, with a characterful, robot-like face. Second-hand.
A 1930s, rare, green Bakelite perpetual calendar by Charles Letts & Co. Second-hand.