English 1930s Philips Challenge Terrestrial Globe With Turned Walnut Base

An English Philips Challenge globe from the second quarter of the 20th century mounted on a walnut base. Journey through time with this English Philips Challenge globe from the second quarter of the 20th century, a captivating piece that marries educational value with decorative allure. With a diameter of 9.4 inches, this globe is perfectly poised atop a finely crafted walnut base, which adds a touch of warmth and classic elegance to its overall presentation. The globe itself is a fascinating snapshot of the world as it was known in the early 20th century, offering a glimpse into historical geography and the boundaries of yesteryear. The colors are rich, with countries and regions delineated clearly, and geographical details annotated meticulously. The craftsmanship is evident in the careful attention to detail, ensuring that this piece is not only visually stunning but also an informative tool for exploration and learning. Place this charming Philips Challenge globe in a study, library, or living room to create a focal point that is both educational and aesthetically pleasing. It can serve as a conversation starter, sparking discussions about history, geography, and the changes our world has undergone over the years. Additionally, it is an excellent resource for those with a penchant for cartography or anyone with a curiosity about the world. The globe’s compact size ensures that it can grace even the smallest of spaces, while its rich colors and detailed annotations guarantee that it will stand out and capture attention. Whether used as a tool for learning, a decorative piece, or a combination of both, this English Philips Challenge globe on its walnut base is a timeless addition to any home, inviting onlookers to explore the world from the comfort of their own space.
Place of Origin: England
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 18.5" High x 9.4" Globe Diameter
Inventory Number: GA72
Price: $1,895