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A large Italian round pouf also usable as a coffee table, it has been recently upholstered with a blue velvet, blue color is typical of the period. Brass feet are in original patina.
A rare six lights chandelier in original conditions, heavy glass, wood and brass are in perfect conditions. It works 110-240 volts and needs 6 regular e27 bulbs. It’s inspired by Fontana Arte.
An iconic table lamp by Felice Antonio Botta, manufactured in Italy in the Seventies, the full heavy plexiglass cube it’s in perfect conditions. Cube lamp dimensions without lampshade are height 35 cm, side 20 cm, it works 110-240 volts aand...
Danish 60s design, sofa
Wall lamp or plafond type 3124 designed by Helena Tynell for Glashütte Limburg, made in Germany at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s. Plafond with a crystal glass shade, massive with a characteristic bubble pattern, mounted on a steel,...
The Art Deco wall clock was produced in the 1930s by the Czechoslovakian manufacture Prim. The clock is made of a glass dial set on a wooden base, the ferrule and the mechanism of the clock are made of brass.
Practical birch stool by G A Berg for Br. Anderssons, 1940s. With a cognac colored leather top seat.
Vintage floor lamp made by Kamenický Šenov Glassworks Czechoslovakia in the 60s. The lamp was completely cleaned and repaired, with patina regarding it's age. It's rewired.
Vintage table lamp made by Zukov Czechoslovakia in the 60s. The lamp completely restored with new coat of white colour. Is completely cleaned, repaired and rewired.
Vintage hanging lamp made by Osvětlovací Sklo Glassworks in Czechoslovakia in the 60s. Completely restored and rewired, in great condition.
Vintage adjustable table lamp made by Drupol Czechoslovakia in the 60s. The lamp completely restored with new coat of colour. Is completely cleaned, repaired and checked by the electrician.
Bauhaus chrome plated coat rack designed by Hyněk Gottwald in the 30s. It features a full-chrome structure with round tips at the ends and umbrella holder. It's in very good original condition, cleaned and polished. Patina visible on the pictures.
Scandinavian 20th century modern rug. 233 X 167 cm (91.73 X 65.75 in). Opal by Britta Swefors for Axeco Svenska AB. Flat weave (röllakan) technique, wool on linen. Geometric op-art inspired pattern. Monogram-signed S (Britta Swefors). Hand-woven in Sweden, 70s...
A hand-made glass vase, type 66/3/17, designed by Jozef Hospodka for Chribska Sklarna Borské sklo, Nový Bor, in the mid-1960s. Crystal glass, hand-formed, colored in the mass, two-color green-orange.
Interesting, organic-shaped black plate type 5546 designed by Jaroslav Beránek for the Glassworks Skrdlovice Czechoslovakia in 1955. Smoke-colored boro-crystal glass bowl, hand-formed.
A pair of K44 wall lamps in the mid-century modern style, produced by JBT Łomianki-Dąbrowa in Poland in the 1980s. Lamps designed by the designer duo K. Łaszkiewicz and W. Kościan.
A hand-made glass vase, type 66/3/17, designed by Jozef Hospodka for Chribska Sklarna Borské sklo, Nový Bor, in the mid-1960s.
Piero Fornasetti, "Sole su Gerusalemme" serigraph, Graphique de France 1993 "Sole su Gerusalemme" serigraph designed by Piero Fornasetti in the 60s. Printed in France by Graphique de France in 1993.
"Notte su Gerusalemme" serigraph designed by Piero Fornasetti in the 60s. Printed in France by Graphique de France in 1993.
Set of 4 serigraphs "Gli Influssi Astrali" series designed by Piero Fornasetti in the 60s. The 12 astrological signs are represented, grouped by earth, air, fire and water. Printed in France by Graphique de France in 1993.
Plafond, designed by J. Hurka, Napako, Czechoslovakia, 1960s
70s, Danish design, wool, teak wood
1960s Stunning Grey Ashtray or Catchall By Flavio Poli for Seguso.
1960s Stunning Ochre Ashtray or Catchall By Flavio Poli for Segus
1960s, Danish design, wool
Plywood table / stool and tray. 1930s
1960s Gorgeous Green and Yellow Rectangular Ashtray or Catchall By Flavio Poli for Seguso.