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Elegant teak Webe desk designed by Louis van Teeffelen for Webe. 1960s
This Is A Stunning Vintage Italian ' Orix ' Desk Designed By Vittorio Parigi & Nani Prina For Molteni & Co , Italy
Vintage little desk by Willy Van der Meeren for Tubax (Belgium). Industrial style for schools. Model created in 1953. W. Van der Meeren is considered the Belgian Jean Prouvé. This desk is in black lacquered steel tube and the multiplex...
Beautiful coffee table made by Interier Praha in the 70s. Very timeless and minimalistic piece. Top formica desk is reversible, could be placed on yellow or grey patterned side, depending on your current mood. Completely restored.
Instant Classic – This ‘Nomos’ desk was designed by Norman Foster and produced in Italy by Tecno in 1987. The conference table or desk looks amazing with high tech space detailed: consists of a chromed futuristic metal construction with solid...
Fully restored unique oak writing desk from Denmark, with two drawers on the left. Designed by Hans J. Wegner in the 1970s and produced by Getama
Newly refurbished teak Danish writing desk, designed by Børge Mogensen in 1950s. Five drawers in front on cylindrical legs.
Bauhaus Style Green Work Room Set from Ideal Tubular Furniture Factory (Ideál Csőbútorüzem), Hungary, 1930s
This Modernist piece was originally designed as a table for holding a radio with an adjustable shelf for newspapers or books. The table was produced in the 1930s by the renown UP Brno and designed by Jindrich Halabala.
Vintage oak desk archives set with removable drawers on a metal base from the 1940s Scandinavia.
The Ola desk by John Texmon 1950´s. Norway. In mahogany and black melamine with 3 drawers and a key. Beautiful design and lovely patina.
Vintage 1950s executive desk by De Coene, Belgium. Laminated tiger wood with parchment top. Glossy finish. Stainless steel chrome frame. Six locking drawers with organizational compartments for envelopes, pens etc. Dimensions: 205 W x 74.5 H x 98 D cm....
teak Danish wall cabinet with many possibilities. the top bookshelf is removable, an extendable desktop, can be used as a sideboard or retro desk with above and below enough space to store your belongings.
Very rare “ladys desk” designed in 1955 by Helmut Magg for WK Mobel (Germany). This desk is in overall good condition – cherry veneer, fully restored and finished in natural shellac. Original red laminate on the work top and drawer....