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Bag hook "Glorious Peacock"
£9.38 inc. tax

£9.38 ex. tax
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Bag holders are the ideal traveling companions and bag accessories for any lady. With its help, hand bags, shoulder bags or purses can be hung on a tabletop or on a chair armrest. It is brilliant for hangouts and dining out when you want to keep your bag off the floor so you're sure your bag stays fashionably beautiful, clean and close to you. The holder consists of the circular, decorated upper part that is laid flat on the table and an extendable hook for hanging the bag. The brilliant print of the "Glorious Peacock" lies on the table and is clearly visible. The lower part of the circle is rubber, which ensures the hook has a secure grip on whatever surface it is placed upon.


The Hohenzollern House and the King of Birds

Peacocks were extremely popular among the former Prussian monarchs. Apart from being the powerful, ruling house in Prussia, the House of Hohenzollern gave peacocks distinctive attention during their reign. Peacock Island, located in Berlin, was acquired by King Frederick William II acquired in 1793. Since his reign until today the island has remained a nature reserve for the many pea fowls, local and exotic birds, and a variety of plants and flowers. The opulent design theme of the 'Glorious Peacock', is also a popular royal home decor that is inspired by the historic wallpapers in the New Palace at Potsdam. Frederick the Great, who built his summer residence in Sanssouci Park, utilized this decor from the 18th century to give exoticism, vitality and elegance to his home.


Details

- Dimensions: 4.5 cm in diameter, 0.7 cm in thickness, 7.5 cm in length when extended
- Material: metal, plastic, acrylic
- Custom made
- Made in Germany
Product Code: MSS64-04215
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 100 g
Product Condition: New
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