Once described as 'the worlds most comfortable chair' this reupholstered piece in Italian velvet will surely bring out your inner Bond Villain. Appearing in original black the model 62 was used in The Bond movie 'You only live twice' and...
Made in Switzerland to very high standards, this comfortable and robust Genilina armchair stands on a brushed aluminium swivel base. Produced as the sister chair to the king chair by Strässle and designed by Andre Vandenbeuck of Belgium. This swivel...
A British-made and designed reclining lounge chair by Greaves and Thomas of Mayfair produced, circa 1960s. With beautiful curved solid Afrormosia (African Teak) arms and angled legs, this chair has recently been reupholstered in an Italian velvet.
Ovalia Egg Chair, designed in 1968 by Thor Larsen, made in Sweden by Torlan Staffanstorp. The Ovalia chair is one of the outstanding designs of the Space Age of the late 1960s. It is not only extremely comfortable, but also...
Siesta Chair is designed by Ingmar Relling and produced by the Norwegian company Westnofa. The wooden structure is in great condition. The back and the seat are placed on a fabric stretched by cords, which contribute to the flexibility of...
A stylish set of two brass and light blue velvet armchairs. Brass feet are in original patina. The armchairs has been reupholstered.
Two Saw Lounge Chairs, designed in the 1950s by Ole Gjerløv Knudsen, manufactured in Denmark by France & Søn. When designing this great model, Ole Gjerløv Knudsen was inspired by Safari Chairs. He borrowed the twisted sisal rope, which gives...
OTI Lounge Chair, designed in the 1980s by Niels Gammelgaard, manufactured by Ikea. Beautiful geometric-sculptural design; we find one of the most beautiful wire chairs ever. The armchair is made of dark grey hammer lacquered steel wire. Its condition is...
Takahama Kazuhide set of four chairs, textile original, circa 1969, Italy. Marked with a S on the front.
Gio Ponti style Italian armchair, recently upholstered in pink velvet, brass feet are in original patina.
This is foldable rocking chair designed by japanese designer Takeshi Nii and manufactured in the 1950s. It is the brother of his famous NY chair - It can be folded in the middle to a width of only 14 cm...
Pair of unique lounge chairs (armchairs) from production of famous Krasna Jizba.
A pair of completely restored armchairs designed in the 1930s by famous czechoslovak architect Jindrich Halabala.
Armchair designed by Jan Vanek became design classic in czech design history.
Armchair newly upholstered with Kvadrat fabric (Remix) on walnut frame. Very good condition, with slight wear on the wood. Size 80 x 66 cm, H= 90 cm, seat height: ca. 40 cm
This is a set of Ažuolas armchairs designed by Lithuanian architect Valerija Ema Cukermanienė for Vilniaus Baldų Kombinatas in 1964. The solid oak structure is refinished, seating is completely reupholstered in dark grey felt.
These Model 5531 Braided Armhairs where designed by Rud Thygesen & Johnny Sørensen and made by danish manufacturer Magnus Olesen. The chairs are in their original state and good vintage condition with minor signs of use.
This vintage chair and backrest, known as the model Pernilla, was designed by Bruno Mathsson and manufactured by Firma Karl Mathsson in Sweden in 1976. The chair is in it's original state. The pillow was cleaned and leather belts restored....
This 300-123 Puchały armchair is reupholstered in royal blue velvet. Wooden part is in it's original state, have signs of beautifull patina on armrests. The armchair was designed in the second half of the 1950s by Mieczysław Puchała in two...
This Lithuanian design classic, the model Ąžuolas armchair, was designed by Valerija Ema Cukermanienė in 1964 for Vilniaus Baldų Kombinatas. It features an oak structure and is upholstered in grey patterned fabric.
This is Ąžuolas Rocking Chair, designed by Lithuanian architect Valerija Ema Cukermanienė for Vilniaus Baldų Kombinatas in 1964. Wood is refinished and painted in matt black, seating is completely reupholstered in grey color fabric
FM06 Lounge chair, designed in 1958 by Cees Braakman and Adriaan Dekker, manufactured in the Netherlands by Pastoe. When designing this chair, Braakman and Dekker were inspired by designs by American artist Harry Bertoia. The chair is made of white...
Spage Age 1970s Rocker Leather Lounger by Georges van Rijck for Beaufort
Two ‘Marlin’ armchairs, designed in 2005 by Oppewal & Van der Velden, manufactured in 2006 in the Netherlands by Leolux. Marlin can be used both indoors and outdoors. The model has only been in production for two years and is...