Wall Slate Blackboard from Fredeburg
Article Number 99449
37 x 60 cm. Thickness approx. 10 mm. Weight 6.7 kg.
A typical slate landscape is rather hilly, with undulating plateaux and gentle protuberances riven by rough-looking valleys with cliff-like sides. The slate hills in Germany – in the Rhine Valley and Thuringia – are like this. The so-called ‘blue gold’ mined there has over the centuries produced a rich roofing (Altdeutsche Deckung) and house-fronting culture. Slate is still mined in Fredeburg (in Sauerland, central Germany), in the Moselle valley, in the nearby Hunsrück and in Thuringia – for house-building, and also for articles like our blackboard.
The board is attached to the wall by hanger bolts; the gap between board and wall can be adjusted by means of a hexagonal nut – to give an even appearance. The cap nuts come in two formats, nickel-plated steel and brass.
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