Deviantik is located in Exeter, United Kingdom
Betjemann’s Patent Tantalus
REF: R/0221/GAT / LA361882
An Oak cased Tantalus with brass fittings by BETJEMANN OF LONDON. Patented locking mechanism carrying their name with a classic Bramah working lock and key. c.1880. The two cut glass decanters are later replacements. Additional photographs and information are available on request. FaceTime facility is available. Please be aware that the item is old and antique and study any photographs to satisfy yourself as to its condition as much as possible. While we make all efforts to provide something that is fit for the use intended there may be various condition issues that are commensurate with age and considered part of its history, and are very subjective. However, you have legal rights and Consumer Contract Regulations (2014) still apply for “Distance Selling “ if this is not a “face-to-face” purchase.
Deviantik has clarified that the Betjemann’s Patent Tantalus (LA361882) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1880
The advertised price includes packing and postage within mainland U.K. with Royal Mail’s 2nd Class Service. Special Delivery Tracked and Signed for Service can be requested. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. Monies will be refunded on safe return of the item to us in the same condition as purchased, and within 14 days. Please be aware that a deduction may be made if the value of goods has been reduced while in your possession. (See Consumer Contract Regulations 2014) Otherwise you will only have to pay a) the cost of returning it to us. b) any extra cost above basic delivery costs (see above) For example the additional costs for Special Delivery services with Royal Mail over basic 2nd Class postage. Other terms and conditions may apply. Please see our website or enquire.
This Betjemann’s Patent Tantalus is located in Exeter, United Kingdom