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Giorgio Pizzitutti, Testa di Cavallo wood sculpture Milano, Italy 1980
Brass boxes and table lighter, mod. Kaleb. Handmade. F&G, Italy 1970s
Table Set, box and table lighter Italy 1970 Vienna straw, plexiglass & brass
Handmade and coloful vintage Wall or Floor blanket by designer Arne Lindaas for Sellgren, Norway in 1966. Hand knitted quality wool.
Hereford Bull figurine of ceramic by Arthur Gredington for Beswick, England 1950s. Ceramic- painted in white and brown colors.
Mid Century vase by Pirjo Nylander, Helsinki Finland
Large ceramic red bowl ashtray, designed by Pino Spagnolo for Sicart. 1970s, Italy
Modernist ashtray executed by Metalli Artistici Milano Milan, Italy, 1960s
Light cream tanned parchment large bowl / ashtray. Designed and executed by Aldo Tura. Italy 1960s.
This handmade round photo frame features a circular glass opening, housed by an alternating concentric ceramic cream and 24k gold leaf motif.
This pair of petite candlesticks, very much in the manner of Maison Charles, feature circular brass bases supporting a corn-on-the-cob midriff, finished with tulip-shaped candle holders.
This three-piece brass desk set in the manner of Maison Charles comprises of two pencil holders and an ashtray, all adorned with decorative grape finishings and indistinctly signed. From the seventies, but with a nod to the Art Deco period,...
Finished with gold leaf and a classic blue pastel colour, this square ceramic wall clock, marked “Handarbeit 42154”, is a fine example of mid-century West German craftsmanship.
This handmade ceramic candlestick, imported from Greece, features a central blue-grey conical column, from which two arms emerge.
Large and stoneware plate in a glazed blue patterned mix designed by Inger Persson for Rörstrand, Ateljé Sweden in the 1960s.
Colorful stoneware vase partly glazed in brown and blue mix colors designed by Inger Persson. Rörstrand, Ateljé Sweden in the 1960s.
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 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.
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
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
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