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The separate elements of the wall system are made of white lacquered shelves, the uprights are made of white lacquered wood and the cabinet has a rosewood finish with a white flap.More info
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Celestial globe from the 1930s manufactured by Columbus Verlag GmbH Berlin-Lichterfelde Prof. Dr. Johannes Riem & cartographer C. Luther
An original wooden serving tray from the 1930s. The elegant proportions, gently curved corners, together with the dazzling pattern of the walnut veneer makes this piece a great addition to any interior - whether traditional or modern.
Oak stool with nice patina with a handknitted seat of solid rope by Anne-Lise Aas, Norway 1930/40s.
Howard keith pair of black leather armchairs for HK furniture
2 modules from the wall system design by Mogens Koch. This set consisting of 2 shelving units. Manufactured and marked by Rud Rasmussen. Mahogany. Denmark, 1930s.
3 modules from the wall system design by Mogens Koch. This set consisting of one full and two half sized bookcases. Manufactured and marked by Rud Rasmussen. Mahogany. Denmark, 1930s. Large module: height 76 cm, width 76 cm, depth 27.5...
2 modules from the wall system design by Mogens Koch. This set consisting of a cabinet and a shelving unit with glass panes. Manufactured and marked by Rud Rasmussen. Mahogany. Denmark, 1930s.
Furniture set is manufactured in Kaunas, Lithuania in 1930s Wooden parts are veneer with beautiful walnut veneer Set comes in original condition, remains authentic upholstery Armchair: W-69cm, D-82 cm, H-72.5cm. Dimensions of sofa listed below.
This model Sigma table lamp was designed by Christian Dell in the 1930s and was produced in the former Soviet Union during the 70s.
Art Deco half cabinet with French walnut from the 1930s
This Art deco style cabinet was made in 1930s in Germany. The features an exterior veneered with walnut and inside veneered with rosewood.
Designer Table Marcel Brauer - Model B12 - Thonet. Germany, 1930s
Officially listed as a model H 370 but nicknamed the ‘Spider table’ thanks to the shape of its legs.
One pair of bedside table lamps “Tastlicht”, produced in the 40s/50s – after war -, designed by Marianne Brandt in the 30s for Ruppel or GMF. The shades are flashed glass beige and the bases are nickel-plated. The big button...
This Gio Ponti centerpiece for fruits and desserts,was produced by Richard Ginori in the 1930s.
Art Deco period flush mount, ideal for low ceilings, gilded metal structure with acanthus leaves decor.
Decorative belgian art deco cabinet by Emile Cambier, one of the most reputable cabinetmakers in the city of Ath in Belgium. The Cambier brothers were trained in Paris to the art of wood working. The cabinet is composed of an...
An unique piece Futurist ceramic figure, made in Italy in the 1930s. It’s signed Sofia.
Alfred Muller's 1950s Quick 1500 desk lamp. An essential design model from the 30s. Designed by Alfred Muller and produced by Amba in Basel, Switzerland, this desk lamp is now used in contemporary interiors. as a side lamp on a...
Set of 2 table lamps designed by Czech designer Josef Hůrka for Napako in the 30s. The lamps are from metal construction. They are in very good original condition, rewired. Patina and traces of use visible on the pictures.
Unique old armchair by Thonet, probably from the 30s. After complete restoration, reupholstered to beautiful velvet fabric. During its dismantling our restorer found a small pin inside (a big coincidence indeed, it has 1,5cm). We were of course courious about...
Unique side table designed by Róbert Slezák in the 30s. The wood was completely restored and treated against woodworm. Holes caused by woodworm have been clogged. The chrome was polished, but it’s in oroginal condition and there’s a visible patina at some...