Earthenware helmet holder DARK BESSIE
glazed ceramicwallhandmade

earthenware helmet holder
earthenware helmet holder
earthenware helmet holder
earthenware helmet holder
earthenware helmet holder
earthenware helmet holder
earthenware helmet holder
earthenware helmet holder
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Material
earthenware, glazed ceramic
Options
wall, handmade

Description

Introducing DARK BESSIE, the first designer helmet holder. 100% made in France, Burt is entirely handmade, in earthenware in our workshop in Marseille. This helmet rack is made using  black enamelled earthenware. 100% made in France, it has a recess at the top of the head for storing personal belongings such as keys. The back of the piece consists of a stainless steel plate fixed on the earthenware, on which is glued a French made felt. Each Bessie is a timeless and unique sculptural piece. A true guardian angel for your interior, perfectly adapting to different atmospheres and settings, whilst proudly presenting your helmet. The name ‘BESSIE’ is a tribute to Bessie Stringfield, a motorcycle legend, the first African-American woman to ride solo across the US. It’s no wonder she remains a role model to female motorcyclists around the world today. With more and more women taking up riding, the Burts of the world might have trouble keeping up! Our busts illustrate this idea of speed and striving to surpass our personal goals. Compatible with all types of helmets and available in different styles and colours, each bust comes with a wall bracket and is numbered to help identify your unique piece of art. Your helmet will now have it’s own dedicated space in your interior. The fixing is performed by using 2 screws (a drilling template will be provided) Width 40 cm / Height 54 cm / Depth 27 cm Each piece is signed by Francollection and numbered to guarantee its authenticity.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.