Floor Standing Antique Copper With White Leather Griffith Astro Telescope 65"
Product ID: 9214 Item ID: ST-0124-ACWL Weight: 6 LB Box Dimensions: 33" L x 25" W x 65" H
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Beautifully crafted this Hampton Collection - Floor Standing Antique Copper with White Leather Griffith Astro Telescope 65” is our top of the line fully functional floor standing telescope. This nautical masterpiece is aesthetically pleasing and belongs in a nautical themed house positioned by an open window. Mounted on a sturdy white wooden tripod, this refractor telescope is the perfect nautical gift for an executive.
Both the telescope and viewfinder are antique copper, with up to 15x magnification, and focusing is accomplished by adjusting the eyepiece ring on the telescope tube. A removable chrome cap, connected by a chain, protects the objective lens when not in use.
The white wooden tripod white painted stand features smooth, polished round legs, each with antique copper fittings and a screw release to let you adjust the height. An antique copper chain holds the three wooden legs together so the telescope can maintain its position.