90 × 170 × 30 cm
(W × H × D)
|Condition:||In original condition|
Vestibule wall model K91 made in the 1970s by the company Dřevokov Blatná. The company was founded in the early 1950s under the name Lidové Družstvo Dřevozpracující but changed their name in 1953 to Dřevokov (the cooperative of cabinetmakers, light mechanics, and electrophonic instruments in Blatná). Their musical instruments were awarded a gold medal at an exhibition in Brussels in 1958 and thus spread around the world. Guitars made by Dřevokov were even played by members of the Beatles.
The frame of this K91 vestibule wall is made from solid beech, while the wall itself is made of a washable rubberised fabric. The vestibule wall includes a chrome coat rack where coats can be hung using either the five included coat hooks or on the crossbar using ordinary clothes hangers. There is an original mirror in the upper left-hand section of the wall with a small shelf for keys underneath, and below that is an umbrella rack. The vestibule wall has not been refurbished, but it is in excellent original condition.