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Perignem Table Lamp Rogier Vandeweghe Design 1960's
An elegant pair of bedside lamps from the Art Deco period, produced in France. The base is polished aluminum, the lamp arms are nickel-plated brass. The glass lampshades are light blue and white flamed. The lights each have a bayonet...
Hans Kaufeld set of 2 black leather lounge chairs 60s
100% original Danish design, lounge chairs by Leif Hansen, very good condition;60s
Pendant light in brass colored aluminium by Carl-Thore (Sigurd Lindkvist) for Granhaga Metall. Sweden 1970s.
A cobalt blue vintage authentic Herman Miller Eames fibreglass side shell chair on a replacement newer, used maple DSW base looks phenomenal as a dining chair.
Metal wall lamp/sconce by Louis Kalff for Philips. Netherlands 1960s
It’s a particular Murano glass, called “Scavo”, an Italian word means that it looks like one was found in an excavation. It’s yellow and grey and in perfect conditions. It’s signed Cenedese on the bottom and it has a sticker...
Walter Bosse shoehorn made of brass, patinated black with a handle in the shape of a cat. High quality design from Austria in the 1950s by W. Bosse for Herta Baller.
Completely renovated - reupholstered by craftsman in Denmark.
The U-453 sideboard with black and white formica drawers, was designed by legendary Czech furniture designer Jiri Jiroutek, and was part of the popular U collection manufactured by Interier Praha in the 1960s Czechoslovakia.
LAMP ‘ Junior ‘ by Louis KALFF for PHILIPS. Orange lacquered perforated round aluminium UFO style lampshade., orange lacquered; tubular arm in black lacquered steel on a disc base. Orange painted round aluminium base. Cast iron counterweight inside the base....
Oswald Haerdl, one of the most important Austrian Architects of the 20th Century designed this iconic chair labelled 'No. 1515’ in 1955.
This floor lamp with a chromed metal structure features eight-light bulbs inside. It is possible to light the four on top, the four on the bottom, or all together. The Murano blown glass slabs are inserted into the structure with...
This modern giant Murano glass torso is purposely covered with “scavo” spots. Scavo is the result of the application of salts and oxidants scattered on the hot glass. Very rare to get in this quality. A real collector’s item of...
Eero Saarinen office desk dhair for Knoll International. The chair is in original leather and stainless steel in good condition. It is adjustable in height and has been modified on the frame with sleeves. Please have a look at the...
This elegant design by Nanna & Jørgen Ditzel serves as a desk, a writing table, library table, or even a console table in a large space. The spare, minimal form is delightful from every angle. Impeccably constructed by Søren Willadsen,...
Elda Chair – Joe Colombo – Edition in black leather, 1963 for Comfort, Italy Joe Colombo designed an enormous number of objects, in only 10 years! including entire residential machines, some of his furniture are still in production, and the...
Danish modern teak rocking chair by Frank Reenskaug for Bramin Møbler Comfortable rocking chair designed by Frank Reenskaug for Bramin Møbler in Denmark, circa 1960s. Features a teak wood frame with six vertical spindles on the open back for support....
The design classic of the modern age in a very early version. The leather cushions were newly made. The three armchairs can be turned the sidechair is fixed. Frame: cast light metal with plastic coated seat shell: moulded polyester shell.
Tobia Scarpa for Knoll International, extralarge ‘Bastiano’ sofa, leather and walnut, Italy, design 1960, manufactured between 1969-1970s. Beautiful 4-seat Bastiano sofa made with a walnut frame and black leather cushions. Tobia Scarpa designed the Bastiano series for the experimental design...
Great & minimalistic Bookshelf - Desk by Helmut Magg for WK Möbel, Germany - 1950. This legendary desk allows you to display books, magazines or the like on one side. The actual working side has 2 blackened drawers. Iconic is...
This Finn Juhl model 133 or "Spade" lounge chair is not only beautiful and comfortable, but historically important. Designed in 1953, it was the first industrially produced chair made of teak, a wood Juhl liked for it's rich, warm color...
Sideboard made by Bytomskie Furniture Factories in 1960’s.Renovated – surface has been refinished in satin.
Murano Glass Flush Mounts by Ercole Barovier for Barovier & Toso, 1960s, Set of 2
Armchair in solid teak wood. Brand new cushions in quality yellow upholstery fabric made by furniture craftsman in Denmark. Brand new elastic bottom. Manufactured by Danish furniture manufacturer in about 1970. Wooden components has no defects, but it may show...