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Designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen (Radisson Blu) in 1960.More info
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Sideboard ‘Sheraton SH-2’ by Giotto Stoppino and Acerbis Int.
Vintage oak desk archives set with removable drawers on a metal base from the 1940s Scandinavia.
Sideboard Dunbar Mcintosh line. The line is designed Dunbar in 1965 following the Scandinavian style predominant in the middle of the last century.
A recently fully restored vintage mid-century 1960’s three-seat sofa from Drylund of Denmark a solid teak sofa with fitted cushions upholstered in a Camira - Westminster blue wool, a flame retardant fabric from sustainable sources, a true symbol of purity,...
Pair of Vintage Table Lamp design by Nils Thorsson for Fog & Morup, produced by Royal Copenhague in Denmark
Scandinavian 20th century modern rug. 192 X 125 cm (75.59 X 49.21 in). Double-weave (dubbelvävd) technique, wool. Reversible. Made in Sweden, 3rd quarter of 20th century.
De Sede RH 201 dark brown leather 2 seater by Robert Haussmann
4 superb scandinavian chairs from the 50’s. Solid beech structure in perfect condition. Seat redone and covered with a beautiful textured fabric herringbone effect. Refined architecture, very comfortable seat.
Secretary Desk by Designer Gianfranco Frattini for Bernini 1960s.
This elegant midcentury French table lamp was produced, circa 1970. The lamp is made out of a deep green glass which gives a beautiful light. The shade is replaced and in white fabric.
Oscar Torlasco Rare Pair of table lamp mod.577, Lumi Milan, 1960Prod. Lumi, Italia, 1960 ca. Model 577 was designed in 1960.
Danish design, 70s, completely reupholstered by craftsman.
Original Danish design, completely reupholstered, 70s
Lovely Teak lounge chairs model USA 75 in newly upholstered Norwegian cream wool fabric by Folke Ohlsson for DUX, Sweden 1960s.
Scandinavian teak drinking trolley designed by Poul Jensen in 1950.
Vintage brass serving trolley tea trolley with three layers.
Mid-century brass candle chandelier with candle holders by Pierre Forsell for Skultuna - Sweden. Forssell designed sacred art in brass, such as crosses and candlesticks for a number of churches.
Vintage birch stool Palle by Yngve Ekström for Stolab, Sweden 1950s. Perfect as an extra seat around the table, small table or foot rest.
Beautiful pair of lamps in white methacrylate and details in teak. Italian design of the 1960s signed by Alfaplex Milano.
Round extendable table teak wood sealed by the firm Danish Møller Models.
First edition of the FD503 coffee table designed by the Danish marriage Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen for the Danish firm reputed France & Søn.
This dining chair is very similar to the work of Oswald Haerdtl and Antonin Suman, but it is designed by Radomir Hofman as model number 514 for the TON Company.
Hans OLSEN (1912-1992) - FREM ROJL Denmark Suite of four tripod chairs, teak structure, triangular seat upholstered with blue mottled fabric. Signature of a stamp "Fremjole Made in Denmark". Height 72 cm - Width 42 cm - Depth 42 cm...
This is a luscious dining set in the unmistakable style of highly collectable Umberto Mascagni of Bologna. Cream leatherette and gold trim throughout. Black conical legs on chairs and table.
Table lamp by Giuseppe Calonaci limited 300 pieces,Italy 1971.
A vintage Round ‘Astro’ G Plan Coffee Table named “Astro” by Victor Wilkins; it has a beautiful glass top inlay supported by a grandiose teak frame. Very much deigned in the Scandinavian modernist style this vintage coffee table has become...
Mid-century pair of Norwegian easy chairs by Møller & Stokke (later Stokke known for its children equpment up till today....) in the 1940s. The chairs have new upholstery of Hallingdal wool fabric from Gudbrandsdalen wool factory and are beautifully decorated...
Danish design, completely reupholstered by carftsman.
Scandinavian 20th century modern rug. 197 X 124 cm (77.56 X 48.82 in). Double-weave (dubbelvävd) technique, wool. Reversible. Made in Sweden, 3rd quarter of 20th century.
Scandinavian mid-century rug. 192 cm X 138 cm (75.59 X 14.96 in). Flat weave (röllakan) technique, wool on linen. Traditional geometric pattern. Hand-woven in sweden, 3rd quarter of 20th century. Monogram-signed RE (unfortunately, I do not know the author).
Sofa from the 1960s. Design of Erik Andersen and Palle Pederson, made by Horsens.