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Hardly to find so extremely preserved, set of two armchairs by the famous Czech designers Karel Kozelka and Antonin Kropacek. The original upholstery with flowered pattern in excellent condition has been professionally cleaned. the wooden parts with beautiful patina has been...
Iconic H-269 armchairs by Czech designer Jindrich Halabala. Produced in 1940s by UP Zavody in Czechoslovakia. Even after 70 years this armchair shows only minor defects on the original upholstery seen on photos. the structure is strong and very comfortable....
Superb pair of Bauhaus chairs, Breuer style, italian-leather-chrome-cantilever-dining-chairs, Knoll
Large coffee table with extension in the Scandinavian design of the 70s.
Re-Imagined David David series by Nina Tolstrup is a project born out of questioning our resourcefulness and attitudes towards waste.
A six-shelf bookcase made in Italy in the 1970s, steel and smoked glass are in perfect conditions.
This is a Mid-Century Modern sofa, it has been reupholstered, the new fabric is a light blue velvet. The sofa is attributed to Minotti.
Two hand carved maple wood consoles designed by Pier Luigi Colli. Made in Italy in the 1950s.
– made in Czechoslovakia – made of ash, mahogany – maker: UP Závody – Designer: František Mezulánik – good, original condition
– Made in Czechoslovakia – made of wood, plastic – re-polished – good, original condition
– made in Czechoslovakia – made of wood, fabric – new upholstery – wooden parts stained – very good condition
One-of-a-kind, collectible, 6 pieces, teak furniture set (Plexus) by Illum Wikkelso, a contemporary of Arne Jacobson, Finn Juhl and Hans Wegner. Manufactured by CF Christensen, Silkeborg, Denmark.
This Danish teak writing cabinet features two drawers and one compartment with writing area. The extendable writing area desk can be extended up to 69 cm. This item was carefully refurbished.
Newly upholstered. Made of beech wood. The wooden parts have been refurbished.
Louis Van Teeffelen modular shelving bookcase set for Dutch Vbwebe from the 1950s that does not require a wall hanging. The photo is only a proposal, each element can be installed at any height.