Never used. come have a look at Ramkhamhaeng Bangkok. It is 212 cm long, 45 cm deep and 78 cm high
This large desk is 160cm wide by 80cm deep provides heaps of space for working - you can set up a computer and still have plenty of space. The desk is in perfect condition with no scratches or marks at all but I'm selling it for half the price you'd pay at Ikea - see this example: https://www.ikea.com/th/en/p/idasen-desk-brown-dark-grey-s79281040/ The desk also comes with two addon Signum under-desk cable management units pre-installed with a retail value of 540 baht: https://www.ikea.com/th/en/p/signum-cable-trunking-horizontal-silver-colour-10200254/ It is height-adjustable, and comes with the original Allen key for adjusting. You can pick up or I am happy to arrange delivery within the Bangkok area. Note I am also selling a matching small desk office drawers set - if you want to buy more than one item we can negotiate the price for a set.
Marshall has been producing world leading amplifiers since 1962 and their iconic range continues to play an integral role in the global music scene. This branded Rocket Jukebox is much more than a few stickers and badging and has been in development for 18 months. The finished machine is absolutely stunning and Marshall fan’s will love the classic brushed gold castings and genuine Marshall supplied components including the knobs, logos, fret cloth, piping and the instantly recognisable Tolex material which wraps the Jukebox cabinet, reflecting the finish of the famous amplifier cabs. Sound Leisure’s D4 amplifier has been tuned by Marshall’s own engineers to a specific EQ curve and the red Marshall power switch that is located on the front button bank allows the Jukebox to be put into ‘sleep mode’, illuminating just the Marshall logo on the front of the player mechanism. (note – the power switch and volume controls that are both located on the front button bank can be disconnected for commercial use) A certificate of authenticity is provided with each machine.
Product name: Korean traditional Children Costume folding screen Hand made in korea Folding screens are a traditional form of art that was popular in Asia in the 19th and 20th centuries. The paneled artworks featuring paintings, patterns and calligraphy were used to decorate rooms, to highlight the presence of a powerful figure or as a backdrop for various ceremonies and rituals. Korea’s production of folding screens was very active during the Joseon era, but they have hardly been introduced abroad, whereas those from China and Japan were exported and beloved by people from the West, In the 18th and 19th centuries, folding screens were an important export item for the Qing dynasty.