Discover our selection of Vertikos; experience the artistic craftsmanship and the characteristic style features from Biedermeier to Wilhelminian style to Art Nouveau.

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Antique Vertikos:

The history and origin

The Vertiko is a classic piece of furniture that originated in Germany in the late 19th century. It was originally used as storage furniture for porcelain, glasses and other decorative objects. The word "Vertiko" comes from the French "vitrine" and means display cabinet. In the Wilhelminian period and in Art Nouveau, Vertikos were very popular and were often used as display cases.

The use and today’s antique value

Today, the Vertiko is often used as a practical and space-saving piece of furniture in living rooms, hallways or bedrooms. It offers a lot of storage space in a small space and is therefore particularly suitable for small apartments. The value of a Vertiko depends on various factors, such as the age, the manufacturer, the condition and the materials used.

The materials of a vertico

Traditionally, Verticos were made from solid wood such as oak, pine or mahogany. However, there are now also Verticos made from other materials such as MDF or plastic. The wooden versions are particularly popular due to their high quality and durability and can be used for generations.

In conclusion, a Vertiko is a timeless piece of furniture that is not only practical and functional, but also aesthetically pleasing. With its history, origin and use, it can enrich any room and add a stylish touch to the interior.