A rosewood sideboard featuring 2 drawers and 2 doors with inlayed handles.
A Swedish teak cylinder roll top desk/bureau designed by Egon Ostergaard in the 1960s. Featuring a pull out desk and a quad cut veneer design on the roll top.
A coffee table designed by E.W. Bach for Toften Møbelfabrik in Denmark during the 1960s. This piece is made out of teak and the shelves and drawers open on both sides. This piece has carved drawer pulls and a unique...
Rare Space Age tulip chair made in the 1970s. The design of this chair is reminiscent of works by Luigi Colani or Günter Belzig. Material and workmanship correspond more to furniture from GDR production, e.g. the Z-Chair by Ernst Moeckl....
Modular lounge system from the 1970s, usable as a two-seater sofa and armchair or three-seater sofa. The backrests are loosely laid out and require a wall to support them, so the furniture cannot be placed freely in the room. The...
AEO lounge chair, designed in 1973 by Archizoom, manufactured in Italy by Cassina. The chair consists of a grey plastic base and a tubular steel frame. The removable cover is made of light grey linen fabric, the cushion is covered...
Industrial design dining suite from the 1950s, consisting of a metal table and four chairs. The frames are made of off-white painted tubular steel, the tabletop of black painted steel, seats and backs of the chairs of clear painted plywood....
Armchair Scylla, designed in 1996 by Gerard Vollenbrock, manufactured in the Netherlands by Leolux. In his design, Vollenbrock was inspired by furniture from the Bauhaus and De Stijl aera, yet he created a completely independent design. The armchair consists of...
10 Space Age garden chairs from the 1960s or 70s, designer and manufacturer unknown. Very nice, balanced design. The chairs and tables can be used not only outdoors, but also indoors. Rainwater runs off through the hole in the seat....
3 Space Age garden tables from the 1960s or 70s, designer and manufacturer unknown. Very nice, balanced design. The tables can be used not only outdoors, but also indoors. The furniture is made of coloured laminated glass fibre plastic, not...
Rare sideboard designed in the 1960s by Poul Cadovius, manufactured in Denmark by Royal. The sideboard stands out for its simplicity and the contrasting woven veneer door fronts. The piece is made of beautifully grained rosewood. The inside is veneered...
Mario Bellini modular sofa and a stool camaleonda for BB italia, 1970
Teak dining chairs juliane by Johannes Andersen, Denmark
High back lounge chairs by Kristian Solmer Vedel made by Soren Willadsen, 1963
Mid-Century Modern canapè, designed and produced in Italy in the 1950s. The upholstery is new with high quality cotton blue velvet, we have also worked on the iron legs with new black enamel. We consider that the seat is very...
A rare multifunctional wall unit with bookshelf and bar , manufactured in Italy in 1950's The big credenza has five compartments large and comfortable to use, including a bar, drawers and one with sliding glass door. Some doors are decorated...
This pair of lounge chairs by Jean Michel Wilmotte is in blue leather with front feet mounted on double wheels. The rear legs are mounted on an articulated base. The seat depth is 49 cm.
Fun, eye-catching lounge chair / marina buoy mashup. Built using the actual production methods and materials used on real nautical buoys making it very sturdy and resilient (not to mention buoyant). It can be inflated using a basketball pump to...
Rare armchairs by Illum Wikkelø for Michael Laursen, Denmark 1972. The armchairs are made of oak and light brown leather The condition is good with signs of use and patina. Dimensions: B 70 cm, H 73 cm, T 65 cm.
Rare modern Italian round glass plane with iron and brass frame side table. This little and elegant service table are manufactured in Italy in the 1950s. It has a delightful brass handle which makes it easier to move. Round blue...
Fiberglass Bar with Three Stools by Wolfgang Feierbach, FG Design 1974
Pair of Ole Wanscher Senator Easy Chairs made of mahogany and grey upholstery, designed in 1951 and made by France & Son, Denmark. The armchairs have been completely restored with new upholstery and new fabric. W 68 cm, D 75...
This easy chair is a version of the GE 375 model with armrests and a high backrest that Hans J. Wegner designed for Getama in 1969. The frame is made from oak, and the loose cushions have been reupholstered.
This vintage coffee table was designed and manufactured in Germany during the 1970s. The legs are made from chromed steel, while the top is covered with sculpted aluminium and features a meandering pattern.
This lounge chair was designed by Illum Wikkelsø in 1959 and produced by Soren Willadsen, Denmark. The cone shaped legs are made from solid teak and the chair has been re-upholstered in a green wool.
Rosewood coffee table designed by Johannes Andersen and produced by CFC Silkeborg, Denmark in the 1960s. The table had some small chips on the edges which have been repaired (see photos).
Pair of night cabinets designed by Aksel Kjersgaard and manufactured by Odder Mobelfabrik, Denmark 1955. This set of cabinets is made of teak wood and has beautiful detailled lines typical for Aksel Kjersgaards work. Both cabinets have two drawers. The...
This coffee table was designed in the 1950s by Peter Hvidt and Orla Molgaard Nielsen. It is from the renowned Ax series which is known for furniture with interestingly shaped legs. The table is made from teak and beech and...
Set of six rosewood dining chairs, model 39, designed by Henry Rosengren Hansen and produced by Brande Møbelfabrik in Denmark, probably in the 1960s. Reupholstered with a turquoise fabric.