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Vintage GDR wooden desk

410 EUR

Vintage wooden desk made in GDR (German Democratic Republic) in the 60's.

A small size for the desk but a lot of storage with the removable shelves and the 4 drawers.

Size of the desk : 70 cm high x 120 cm long x 58 cm deep
Size of the shelves : 57 cm high x 118 cm long x 22 cm deep

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY !
This is a vintage item with traces of use : big chip on the wooden veneer (inside the sitting place), small chips on the edges and on the right drawers box, slip on the shelves top, very small hole on the right side. See pictures!

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Indécises /ɛ̃.de.siz/(french for "Undecided"):
"Which is struggling to decide, who can not make a choice."

What would you choose between studying geography and weaving? What would you choose between costume design and vegan cuisine? What would you choose when you love sewing, traveling, drawing, cooking, writing and designing maps?
For us, the answer is: all of it.
Why would we have to choose only one thing to do in our life, when there is so many exciting things around? There is one thing we chose: the freedom to do all of this, to travel around the world and to collect pretty things on our way.
Now, there is only one hard choice to make: "Which one should we take? The enamel cup or the egg basket?"...
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Les Indécises
is a vintage shop created by Marie Beggiato and Elsa Pottier. Both French expatriates in Berlin, we meet around two passions: travel and flea markets. Together, we are Les Indécises: over our travels, we rummage pretty junks, we give them a second life. From the charity shop lost in the depths of Brittany to the unique antiques store of a village in Hokkaido through a Nairobi market, we collect precious objects that become relics of our adventures.
A treasure hunt that will hopefully last long ...

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