High back lounge chairs by Kristian Solmer Vedel made by Soren Willadsen, 1963
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...
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...
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.
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.
Vintage furniture set of three chairs. Painted red wood chairs and table with oriental figural motif on the backrests. Maker’s Label reads: Louis Rastetter & Sons, The Solid Kumfort, Fort Wayne, Ind. USA, circa 1920s.
A set of four 1970s teak and upholstered midcentury dining chairs.
A 1950s midcentury set of nesting tables, designed and manufactured in Denmark. They are made of teak with a shelf made of cane.
This 1950s teak and walnut chest of drawers was designed and manufactured by cabinet maker Alfred Cox, Great Britain.
This midcentury flip-flap dining table seats 4 when closed and 6-8 when open (174cm extended).
Modern credenza , manufactured in Cantu', Italy, 1950s This sideboard has an high quality white marble top with pink veins, the body is made of Mable wood and the handles are in brass. We have made a full restoration on...
These chairs were produced in Italy in the 1950s. They look like a variation of Hans Wegner’s famous Sawbuck chair. The structures are made of rosewood, the seat and backrest are upolstered in a black vinyl. A very rare find
This lounge chair was designed by Augusto Bozzi for Fratelli Saporiti in Italy during the 1950s. The base is made of lacquered metal with brass feet and details. The chair has a beautiful shape.
– Reupholstered swivel lounge chair – Mounted on a four star chromed pedestal on wheels – Upholstered in 100% pure new wool. Mid grey handwoven fabric, comprised of three shades of grey. Handwoven in London.
Two characteristically 1950s lounge chairs featuring antique pink woolen upholstery and a very nicely shaped solid teak frame with floating armrests. Most likely Dutch in origin. The measurements provided are for the larger of the two, the back on the...