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Explanation: Nothing to do with Marmor mit Eichengeländer. Must be in the kitchen
Maya Jurt Switzerland Local time: 11:32 Native speaker of: German, French PRO pts in pair: 545
Yes, this one should fit! Many thanks!!!!!
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Explanation: From my own personal experience, glass-ceramic top cookers are known as vitralite cookers in the UK. I am not sure how the "marble with oak railing" fits int here? Are we talking about a cooker at all?
Klaus Dorn Local time: 13:32 Native speaker of: English, German PRO pts in pair: 1514
Mats Wiman Sweden Local time: 11:32 Native speaker of: Swedish PRO pts in pair: 1498
glass ceramics kiln
Explanation: Alexander, I don't see any direct connection to marble and balustrade (Geländer).
Kim Metzger Mexico Local time: 04:32 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 21844
ceran stove or ceran cooktop
Explanation: In the US, Glaskeramikherde go under the name "Ceran". It's the smooth ceramic cooking surface into which the burners are integrated (no spaces between the stove top and the burners, and the stove is thus much easier to clean (believe me, that's a very important consideration!).
As has been pointed out before, Marmor mit Eichengeländer has nothing to do with the stove; I get the impression you have a list there - maybe a real estate listing that enumerates the various advantages of a house or apartment?