Telescope Double Barrel on Tripod Stand – 1 Meter Length SKU: TN 103(A)

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Description

This vintage-style, free-standing floor telescope is fully functional and mounted on a recycled and treated mango wooden tripod. To focus, the user adjusts the eyepiece ring on the telescope tube, allowing up to 15 x magnification. A removable brass cap, connected by a chain, protects the lens. The wooden tripod legs feature solid brass fittings and screw release height adjustment. A brass chain holds the three legs together so the telescope can maintain its position.

All our Telescopes are fully functional with strong magnification to take your vision to few kilometres on a clear day, crafted from century old recycled brass & copper.

Vintage World Australia’s range of vintage inspired nautical telescopes & binoculars are all painstakingly hand-crafted, manufactured from quality glass, brass and other materials with  beautiful antique finish.

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Additional Information

NOTE : All of our Telescopes (Spy glass) are strong and fully functional.

Brand:Vintage World Australia

Product Name:Telescope – Double Barrel (Tripod Stand)

Model #:TN 103A

Pack Contents:Brass telescope, wooden tripod stand.

Colour:Antique Brass

Materials:Brass, Glass, recycled and treated mango Wood

Key Attributes:Hand Crafted,  Decorative, Antique Brass Finish

Uses:Home Decor, Gift, Souvenir, Collectable, History, Art and Craft

Product Dimensions:70 (Dia)* 1060 (L)* 1640 (H) mm (Approx)

Magnification:15 — 20 X

Total Weight:8 kg (Approx)

Shipped From:Melbourne (AUSTRALIA)

Shipping Provider:Australia Post & All Major Courier services

Additional Delivery Information: Order Processing 2 – 5 Business Days, having trouble finalising your order or for express shipping, please call/text on  0421960234.

Returns:Easy Return & Exchange – 14 Days from Date of Purchase

Disclaimer:All of our items are handmade (HANDCRAFTED) by master artisans who employ techniques (TOOLS) and traditions that are often centuries old. Some natural blemishes or imperfections are to be expected. These are not product flaws. Instead, they are precisely what make these pieces so extraordinary and beautiful.

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