Raadvad - No. 294 - Bread Slicer / Food Cutting Machine - Mid-Century Modern - Steel, Wood

Raadvad - No. 294 - Bread Slicer / Food Cutting Machine - Mid-Century Modern - Steel, Wood
Denmark - 1940s - 1950s

Gilloutine breadslicer in great yellow colour.
The two crowns on front combined with the shape of the handle and the adjusting tool indicates that this is the first model no. 294 ever produced in the 1940's
The yellow colour combined with the most perfect amount of patina, makes this bread slicer a real eye-catcher in any room.!
In great working and sharp order, all parts are original and very maintained condition consider to items age (almost 80 years old)
*has been totally cleaned before this sale, knife is very sharp, and is all ready for use.
Place of origin: Denmark
Manufactor: Raadvad
Model type: 294 - Long version
Production period: 1940's
Design year: 1939 - Midcentury Design
Colour: Original yellow - patinated gold text
Width: 36 cm
Length: 37 cm
Height: 25 cm
Can be used to cut bread, cheese, fruit etc. Could also be functional as unusual book, cd or dvd rack, or simply for decoration in your kitchen, living room, café or restaurant
Raadvad was established in 1758. It was the most respected manufactures of knives and kitchen implements in 1900's Denmark.
In 2015 the old danish company was sold to Fiskars.
Raadvad's most popular bread slicer '294' has been produced for over a century, the iconic design being essentially unchanged since 1939.
front and board is seperated and carefully wrapped in air-bubbles, and then packed in a solid cardboard box
-With T&T number(Track&Trace)
-Full Refund if parcel gets damaged or lost.

Lot details
Bread Slicer / Food Cutting Machine
Steel, Wood
Manufacturer/ Brand
Raadvad - No. 294
Model/ Name
No. 294 - Long Version
Mid-Century Modern
Estimated Period
1940s - 1950s
Country of Origin
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
25×36×37 cm
3 kg
Not registered yet?
By creating your free Catawiki account, you’ll be able to bid on any of our 65,000 special objects up for auction every week.
or Sign in