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Iconic Coconut lounge chair designed by George Nelson for Vitra in the 1950s in nice vintage condition.
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Writing set with perpetual calendar and pen holder, Art Deco, Jakob Maul, light grey and chromed
Perhaps one of the more famous of Alexander Girard’s Environmental Enrichment Panels, this one is called ‘Palace’ and was designed for Herman Miller in 1972.
This is an original Alexander Girard environmental enrichment panel called Knots, designed for Herman Miller to be displayed at the action office group in 1972.
This is an original Alexander Girard facade environmental enrichment panel, designed for Herman Miller to be displayed at the action office group in 1972.
Ceramic vase - Jasba - No. 106/42 - Germany, the 1960s.
A Gio Ponti set of three plates made for Cleto Munari, signed on the bottom, good conditions overall, Dimension of the medium one diameter cm 22, dimension of the small one diameter cm 13.
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...
1950’s serving tray by Mathieu Matégot for Artimeta
This high quality rug was designed in the 1970s by Ewald Kröner and manufactured by his own Label Schloss Hackhausen near Dusseldorf in the Germany. It is made from wool and it is still in a good vintage condition with...
tribe: Beni M’guild region: middle Atlas Mountains, Morocco circa: 1900s dimensions: 9,8ft x 5,7ft / 3m x 1.75m pile height: Medium
dimensions: 5,7 ft x 10 ft / 308 cm x 173 cm
dimensions: 11,8ft x 6,6ft / 3.6m x 2m
dimensions: 12,1 ft x 6,4 ft / 370 cm x 196 cm
dimensions: 6,6 ft x 12,2 / 373 cm x 200 cm
dimensions: 6,8 ft x 13,8 ft / 420 cm x 208 cm
A roll up wall chart by Zeiss Winkel of a ’Standard-Mikroskope’ illustration.
Ceramic vase, designed by HANNS WELLING - Germany, 1960s.
Mid-century candle light pair “Variabel” made of heavy brass by Pierre Forssell for Skultuna - Sweden 1960s.
Scandinavian adjustable and decorative brass candlestickholder set for six candles from around the 1970`s.
longshaped candlestickholders from around the 1960`s Scandinavia.
ON HOLD Scandinavian mid-century rug. 298 cm X 198 cm (9.78 ft X 6.5 ft). Flat weave (röllakan) technique, wool on linen. Traditional geometric and color-blocks pattern. Hand-woven in Sweden, 3rd quarter of 20th century.
Three special cylinder shaped brass candlestick holders with discs placed on each other. All have the same diameter but are of different heights of 10,5 cm, 7 cm and 3.5 cm. 5 cm in diameter. The candleholders has a soft padding...
Brass and glass Candle holder set with three lightgreen glassdomes for tealights by Hans-Agne Jacobsson, Markaryd Sweden 1960s.