Rowenta Bridge, 1954

The Rowenta Bridge (catalog model: F4515 17/2, see picture) was manufactured in 1954 in Offenbach am Main, Germany. The production ceased short after that in 1957. The Rowenta Bridge was a very successful model manufactured in more than 30 different finishes, like: sterling silver, chromium plate, morocco leather and even nacre finish (mother of pearl).

This wick lighter was generally made of brass and it had two various shapes of the base: oval or of a irregular octagon. Marked on the underside of the base:

Rowenta Bridge

Type: petrol (wick) lighter

Scarcity: uncommonvery rare (depending on type of the finish)

Value for good–mint condition: $50.00–250.00 (approx €35.00–230.00)

Weight: 140 grams (0,31 pounds)

  • height: 5.8 cm (2.28")
  • width: 2.8 cm (1.1")
  • length: 6.5 cm (2.56")


Unknown said...

Rowenta made a lighter that was cylinder or stick like brushed silver black push up striker must find one can anyone help me please

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