Reclaimed glass panels from rolex

S/N:TAF533

  • £600.00
  • €653 Euro
  • $738 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Reclaimed glass panels from rolex

THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM
Reclaimed from the world-famous Rolex headquarters located in St Jame's Square, Central London, we have acquired a large amount of these glass panes that are available to purchase

The glass has a tint of green synonymous with the Rolex brand. When light passes through the panes the result is striking. The glass has a subtle frosted finish offering privacy.

The pieces are of supreme quality and are formed from toughened glass making them suitable to be used in either an internal or external space.

The pieces were originally used to screen off and divide rooms in the Rolex reception and offices.

We do also have some taller pieces available and some thinner panes which are formed of the same pattern (but separate across 2 panes):

Overall Dimensions

134cm x 72.5cm x 2cm

Period: 

modern

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THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM

Marsh Lane
Ware
Hertfordshire
SG12 9QQ
United Kingdom

WWW.THEARCHITECTURALFORUM.COM

The Architectural Forum is a treasure trove of architectural salvage, offering everything from antique fireplaces and refurbished cast iron radiators to reclaimed flooring and architectural antiques.

Since 1988, the Architectural Forum has been London's prime resource for architectural salvage, reclamation and vintage finds, offering expert advice anda friendly service.

Clients can visit us in Ware, Hertfordshire to view our incredible, ever-changing range of antiques and salvaged items. Visit us to browse everything from antique lighting, brassware and original panelling to reclaimed furniture, vintage signage and bathroom fittings. We have all you need to create a truly inspirational interior or exterior

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