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Napkin presses were typical in private homes and they were used to keep textile napkins pressed so that they would not crumple until the next use.
German style furnitures were mass-produced products from the 19th century to the middle of the 20 the century. It was mainly a European style trend (Berlin, Paris) but it also reached the USA.
This is a 3D asset created by capturing a real life object that is historically authentic to the time period mentioned in its description. To ensure that our 3D scanned assets fit the periods marked at their item info, we collaborate with museum curators and historical reenactors.
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Included 3D formats: .fbx, .obj, .blend
Contains the minimum 3 types of LODs depending on the size of the original asset
› LOD0 - Raw (1-2.5M polygon)
› LOD1 - High (500k-1.5M polygon)
› LOD2 - Mid (250k-800k polygon)
› LOD3 - Low (100k-250k polygon)
› LOD4 - Extra Low (20k-100k polygon)
(Geometry in triangles)
Texture sets in 8bit .png format:
› Base Color in 1K, 2K, 4K
› Roughness in 1K, 2K, 4K
› Normal in 1K, 2K, 4K (optional per asset)
› Metalness in 1K, 2K, 4K (optional per asset)
› Opacity in 1K, 2K, 4K (optional per asset)
(PBR Metallic workflow used to make the textures)
› Retopo and rig not included
› All our .blend files are marked as assets for easier use in Blender (3.0+)