Our man Benedict at London’s Fine English Company has the best taste of anyone we know, from vintage Aston Martins to Holland & Holland shotguns and custom PVD Rolexes.
In addition to making $35,000 zebra and leather chairs, the boffin of bespoke British luxury sometimes comes out with one-off “mantiques” of a highly desirable nature.
Case in point: this vintage Vickers machine gun as used by the British Army in both World Wars that’s been nickel-plated and transformed into an objet d’art.
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Yours for about $20,000 and change.
And don’t worry about accidentally mowing down the dinner guests, it’s been deactivated…
- Posted May 01, 2012
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