Lovers of jazz and blues, here is a large practical and beautiful bookend to hold the vinyl records of your collection.
Years 50 - 60, in this poorly lit jazz club, the trumpeter is the first to join our singer. Behind, seated on his bar stool, he plays without worrying about the public, discussions and clashes. It’s hot, smells of cigarettes, alcohol and sweat. Who plays? Where are we? Whatever! Let your imagination run wild and we're in the mood.
This does not make you want to listen to a good vinyl record with a warm sound that "cracks", sitting in a comfortable chair and read White Jazz by James Ellroy sipping a whiskey?
With this set of jazz-inspired bookends, this is the atmosphere Yvon Luneau wants to bring to your decor. As a reminder, drinking alcohol and smoking are bad for your health, but that doesn't stop you from enjoying these decorative items.
This bookend is 10cm deep. It is designed so as not to damage the edges of your books or vinyl records. At the end of the shelving, it is very stable, it does not require any fixing.
To decorate a shelf or make a gift, you can also associate it with another member of the group: the singer, the saxophonist or the pianist.
- Yvon LUNEAU.
- Made in EEC
- 1.5mm steel and ROHS paint without heavy metals.
- Height, width, depth
- 25 / 25 / 15cm
- 1kg max.