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Large ceramic vase Atoll with a glossy blue glaze part and unglazed beige part by Mari Simmulson in 1966 for Upsala Ekeby, Sweden.
Set of 8 Tarots Cards Lithographs. Italy, 1950s
Set of 8 framed prints showing various fencing positions displayed by one or two men with rapiers or foils. Wooden frame.
Piero Fornasetti Wall Panel. Set of 20 wall tiles. “Ultime Notizie” Series, Ceramica Bardelli, designed in 1953 by Piero Fornasetti. Panel: 100 x 80 cm
Large Vintage free-form Vintage mirror. 1950s. Glas decorated with geometric patterns in black and white all around. Plastic frame with gold finish and black insert band. In excellent condition (no claws on the ice, just a mini spot). Dimensions (...
E. Löffler, "The Oronte's Ideal Company", Original manifesto, framed c. 1900 Lithograph, without printer's name.
'Le Celebre Leonaly, Contorsioniste', Anonymous Original poster, c. 1895 Lithograph, Affiches Louis Galice, Paris.
Mid-century Norwegian brass candle holder with light green glass shades - by Colseth Norway 1960s. Oval shaped and removable glass shades.
Charles Lemanceau Cubist Polar Bear craquelé. Art Deco crème Craquelés glaze ceramic. Saint-Clement, France ca. 1930
Stylish brass and smoked glass console made in Italy in the seventies, brass it’s in original patina, glasses are in perfect conditions. It has his original squared mirror, dimensions of the mirror width cm 85, height cm 85, depth cm...
Midcentury modern ceramic plate by Thomas Hellström for Nittsjö Ceramics Sweden 1960s in handpainted terracotta clay of great rustic colors with patina effect.
Big brutalist wall object (clock) by Franco Bastianelli
Mid-century brass candle holders by Lars Holmström, Arvika - Sweden 1960s. Beautiful, classic, unique and stunning on your table.
Wall Sculpture Teak. Rare large wall decoration. Denmark. Teak 70's.
Set Of 5 , 1970s " BMF " Modular Candle Holders Designed By Fritz Nagel & Ceasar Stoffi.
Set Of 6 , Germany 1970s " BMF " Gold Edition Modular Candle Holders Designed By Fritz Nagel & Ceasar Stoffi. BMF
Rectangular and lovely Teak wall mirror named Birgit mod 667 produced by AB Nybrofabriken, Fröseke Sweden 1960s.
Rectangular, slim and lovely Oak wall mirror produced by Aktuell Form AB, Lidingö - Sweden 1960s.
Set Of 5 , 1970s Bmf Silver Edition Modular Candle Holders Designed By Fritz Nagel & Ceasar Stoffi Germany
Kienzle clock, model "Weltzeituhr" Heinrich Möller Germany 1970
An huge cigarette box designed by Pietro Fornasetti and manufactured by Atelier Fornasetti Milano. Inside box is in brass and has the original shop label, the enameled parts are decorated with old pipes.
Very rare huge art deco mirror fully refurbished with built-in lighting around covered by plexiglass. The mirror features walnut frame and has been completely repolished and refinished.
Danish oak wall mirror by designer Aksel Kjersgaard, Denmark 1960`s - of a great quality in construction and has great details, such as the visable wooden plugs.
Mid-Century Backlit Mirror by Emil Stejnar for Rupert Nikoll, 1950s
Bronze Lion Wall Ornament by Ottó Kopcsányi (Hungarian goldsmith) for Hungarian Craftsmanship Company, 1970s
Vintage Bronze Wall Decor by Hungarian Craftsmanship Company, 1960s
Chest of drawers and a hall mirror` of rosewood designed by Arne Vodder 1960s Denmark, both for halls, bedrooms and livingrooms.
Norwegian brass and stone candleholder set with three candlelights on a brass dish. A piece of Norwegian design and industrial history from the mining community Fauske about 100 km north of the Arctic Circle.
Vintage dish mod 76-140 by Inger Waage for company Stavangerflint, Norway 1950s of glazed painted fish decor and sea motives in bright colors.
Wall mirror Luxus of solid pine by Uno and Östen Kristiansson 1950s - Sweden with a massive frame and nice details such as integrated wooden decorative nails. Rough, solid and decorative.
Lovely round teak table mirror flip-top function by Pedersen & Hansen, Denmark 1960s. Perfect on your hall drawer, bedroom, bathroom or kitchen bench. Angle of mirror is adjustable and it swivels around. Base with three legs. The mirror is of good quality with great details and...
Midcentury brass candleholders shaped as two leaves by Swedish designer Lars Holmström, Arvika, Sweden, 1960s - for wall hanging.
A lovely candle light holder pair of brutalist wall lights designed in the 1960`s by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen for company Holm Sørensen & Co. Denmark. Wall candle holders with an acid-treated and torch-cut brustalistic brass design. Gives a lovely and magic shine when candles are...
Scandinavian mid-century rug. 237 X 174 cm (93.31 X 68.5 in). Flat weave (rollakan) technique, wool on linen. Monogram-signed BS (Birgitta Södergren). Traditional geometric-floral pattern. Hand-woven in Sweden, middle of 20th century.
Scandinavian mid-century rug. 192 X 138 cm (75.59 X 54.33 in). Rollakan technique, wool on linen. Monogram-signed MA. Neo-classical geometric pattern. Hand-woven in Sweden, middle of 20th century.
Scandinavian 20th century modern rug. 230 X 170 cm (90.55 X 66.93 in). Ljusterö by Åsa Åkerblom, for Axeco Svenska AB. Rollakan technique, wool on linen. Monogram-signed ÅÅ (Åsa Åkerblom). Hand-woven in Sweden, 2nd half of 20th century.
Scandinavian 20th century modern rug. 200 X 130 cm (78.74 X 51.18 in). Double-weave (dubbelvävd) technique, wool. Reversible. Manufactured in Sweden, 2nd half of 20th century.