Mid-Century Perpetual Ring-a-Date Calendar"Medieval style"
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40L × 40W cm
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We bring you a replica Ring-A-Date Perpetual Wall Calendar. Revised and reissued in English from the 1970s edition. The white or yellow calendar has 3 black rings and the green calendar has 3 white rings. You can choose to buy the rings in other colors. Easy to hang with nails or screws (not included). In stock in the store and available for purchase in person.
For those unfamiliar with this famous historic calendar, now a piece of furniture, here are some historical notes The mythical 70s were a time when design, fashion and architecture reached everyone's reach, with an air of freedom and eclecticism. Ordinary, everyday objects were colored in vibrant colors and polymers began to be widely used in the production of all sorts of items. Gradually, research and technical solutions began to "dictate" Italian design, leading to the so-called polymer boom of the 60s and 70s. During these years, Euroway entered the market with the first successful products. 1970 saw the "Ring a Date Perpetual Calendar" designed and held for several years at the "Museum of Modern Art" (MoMA) in New York. exhibition, crowning its success.