A fine Bauhaus styled Globe of the Cold War Era

A fine Bauhaus styled Globe of the Cold War Era

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Combining polished aluminum with rich walnut provides the artifact with a sophisticated, minimalistic feel. An exceptionally detailed map provides a look at the world of the Cold War era, a dominant Soviet Union is well documented as is Indochina at war with the first glimps at a new domain evolving : Cambodia, Vietnam and more. The Bauhaus Style, also known as Mid Century Modern and Eames, emerged in the early 1900’s in Berlin. After relocating to Weimar the school became the Bauhaus School of Design, Because of it’s progressive style and free thinking pupils, it was considered an enemy of the state. Shut down by the German Regime, the influence of the movement still lasted several decades. As matter of fact, the style has once again has regained popularity. The globe has the perfect desk top size with a diameter of about 13 inches and total height of 19 inches. A very crisp and detailed map with minor scuffing throughout and an exceptionally well preserved mount make this globe an excellent conversation starter. Unusual, sophisticated in style and design, this Cold War artifact will make a superb statement in any setting. $395 — Item #: 1112COLU1061
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