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Shelf-desk forming secretary by Louis Paolozzi Built-in oak, this piece of furniture constitutes a major example of the design of the ’50s. Louis Paolozzi, partner and friend of Guermonprez (another major reference of the design of the ’50s), produces extremely...
Large Rosewood Executive Desk by Arne Vodder for Sibast Editor. This desk has the particularity to be provided with handles “zippers” leather on each drawer which gives it the elegant and chic style of the prestigious furniture by moving away...
Rare solid English elm writing desk/table by Ercol in the 1960s
scrivania Olivetti synthesis serie icarus Sottsass-De Lucchi design anni '80
This mid-century desk and chair unit was designed during the 1950s and manufactured in Germany. The unit features a green lacquered metal frame with a wood table top and wooded seat and backrest. In very good vintage condition.
Completely original unrestored condition, no interventions, very well preserved.
The item is made of veneered and varnished wood, on upper surface is black opal glass, corpus is varnished quality polyurethane varnish. Drawers and legs are varnished into the original colors : black and white in high gloss.
Very practical desk.
The desk is made of veneered and varnished wood.
TOP SELECTION Boomerang desk designed by Peter Løvig Nielsen manufactured by Hedensted Denmark 1960s high quality materials and manufacturing beautiful design labelled refined in every detail with upstanding border in rosewood brass connectors in very good condition dimensions: height: 72...
This space age desk was designed by Vittorio Parigi & Nani Prina for Molteni, Italy.
Bauhaus Cantilever chair and Table designed by Mart Stam in 1931 and manufactured by Thonet, seat and back in beech,black. Tubular base in chromed steel.
Office desk 1969, designed by Jules Wabbes for Atelier Bergwood, Brussel. This desk with two-drawer compartments executed in an aluminum frame with a rectangular top in rosewood made of plywood wenge. Jules Wabbes / Universal furniture. Dimension: L 200, D...
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.
Desk in rosewood with metal legs and rosewood shoes. Designed in the 1960s by Peter Hviidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen. Manufactured by Søborg Møbelfabrik, Denmark. DIMENSIONS: W. 160 cm. H. 73 cm. D. 80 cm.
Original oak desk, model RY 32, designed by Hans Jørgen Wegner and manufactured by RY Møbler, Denmark. Minor wear and spots – but good overall vintage condition. Produced 30 September 1969. DIMENSIONS: W. 100 cm. H. 72 cm. D. 52...
Large conference table or worktable in rosewood. Diplomat series designed in the 1960’s by Finn Juhl and manufactured by France and France, Denmark. DIMENSIONS: W. 228 cm. H. 72 cm. D. 95 cm.
Large conference table or worktable in teak. Diplomat series designed in the 1960 by Finn Juhl and manufactured by France and France, Denmark. Minor wear. DIMENSIONS: W. 228 cm. H. 72 cm. D. 95 cm.
Bureau with bar in rosewood. Designed by Erling Torvits in the 1960s. Measures 64 cm in depth, when open. Manufactured by Klim Møbelfabrik, Denmark. DIMENSIONS: W. 150 cm. H. 170 cm. D. 38 cm.
secretary designed by Arne Wahl Iversen manufactured by Vinde Møbelfabrik Denmark, 1960s beautiful design high quality manufacturing in teak in very good condition dimensions: height: 84 cm width: 95 cm depth: 42 cm (when open: 70 cm)
Conference table with two extensions. Table top slightly curved. One extension a bit darker than the other. Designed by Arne Vodder and manufactured by Sibast Møbler, Denmark. Max. length is 300 cm. DIMENSIONS: W. 200 cm. H. 72 cm. D....