Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

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During the Second World War, the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland had been the scene of large-scale fighting Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. During the war in the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland has been found a huge amount of anti-ship naval mines. Estonian artist Mati Karmin decided with the help of modern art to perpetuate these scars of war. Of old mines found and fished for a long time, it creates exclusive pieces of furniture from wood stoves to chandeliers.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

1. Point of coastal services, or already stored in the warehouses of old military forces counter-personnel mines, analyzed and acted Mati Karmin. And as a result of the creative artist’s thoughts – a variety of furniture items.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

2. Here’s an example – a favorite child Mati Karmin, an unusual round fireplace. Is a futuristic product you are: in the middle of the hall – the old naval mine.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

3. Another cute mine – a fireplace. In such Minky will be pleased to keep warm during long winter evenings.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

4. Desk of old rusty minutes in style, steam-punk. Imagine, you go to the head, and he sits at the table so …

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

5. Well, that was a complete set of furniture, Mati Karmin is created and the original chair.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

6. A chandelier is such an unusual design is impressive and life-affirming look at what some lobby group or a hotel.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

7. Fireplace from mines of Estonian artist Mati Karmin.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

8. Exclusive glass coffee table.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

9. He is the same, but from a different angle.

Furniture from the Old Naval Mines

10. Mati Karmin recently started collecting old cast iron irons. Probably decided to create something new and man-made.

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