The Line - Everest. Designed by Antoine Daniel.
For mountain lovers
The world's highest summits have inspired dreams since time began. These colossal moutains - true marvels of nature - have witnessed the history of our planet. They are symbols of its strength, but also its fragility. Great explorers are captivated by the prospect of climbing them. Galvanized by their imaginations, explorers seeking thrills flirt with danger to achieve the impossible: reaching the summit.
Identified as the highest peak in the world, Everest was named in 1865 in honour of British geographer George Everest. A fascinating sight to behold, the mountain quickly became a playground for many mountaineers dreaming of reaching its summit. Among them was George Mallory, who took part in the first expeditions from 1921 onwards. The one in 1924 would prove fatal for him, although it cannot be confirmed that he had actually reached the summit. It was not until 1953 that Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay would see success as the first people to reach the top of the world. Today, of the 14,000 mountaineers to have attempted the ascent, only 5,654 have actually succeeded, including Japanese climber Yūichirō Miura – at the age of 76 and despite having undergone heart surgery twice…
Made in France
The Line of mount Everest is 50cm long. It is cut in a 1.5mm thick sheet of steel and then finished in black.
It is wrapped up in a nice cardboard box, including 3 black nails and a sticker to name the summits!
Dimensions : 50 cm
Material : Steel