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2 working days
In Standard shipping, delivery methods vary according to the item and seller. The most popular ones are post and courier.
This method of delivery does not guarantee that the item will be carried up to your apartment. We suggest this choice for small and medium items.
Guarantees the safest transport of your item. Recommended for large or heavy furniture and delicate items.
What you get:
- carrying the item up regardless of the floor
- delivery always carried out by two employees
- unpacking and placing the item in the place of your choice
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Brown – dark
A pair of shelves designed by Walter Wirz for Wilhelm Renz, comes from Germany in the 1960s. These copies are original from the era - the original old tag on the back.
The shelves are made of furniture board covered with rosewood veneer.
The state of preservation is very good, the shelves have been cut on one side, which is shown in the pictures.
I width 63 cm, height 26 cm, depth 19 cm
II width 64,5 cm, height 26 cm, depth 19 cm
Delivery and returns
New - Comfort shipping is available for selected items - to learn more write at [email protected].
Delivery methods vary according to item and seller. The most popular are : post, courier or special furniture courier. When items are expedited by the seller, you will get an email with delivery details. If the information about shipment cost is missing, ask for a quotation, remembering to provide your postcode. You will receive the quotation by email as soon as possible – within a few working days. If items from one order come from different boutiques, they might be sent separately and by different carriers.
If the item that you’ve purchased doesn’t satisfy you, you can return it (at your own expense) within 14 days of delivery. When the item arrives safe and sound at the seller’s, you will receive a refund for the item and the primary delivery.