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These chairs were clearly inspired by Scandinavian aesthetics. The slick, angular shaped form with precise detailing are the main design feature. The designer and producer of these chairs are unknown but they are believed to be made in West Germany...
Midcentury table of solid teak with a darker decorative frame around the whole table.
A Vintage table with the most beautiful stone collection top plate. The tabletop has a perfected matched conglomeration of different Norwegian nature stones in amazing colors.
Vintage small tables with curved shapes, also suitable for wall hanging and makes the perfect pair of walldrawers.
Midcentury beech coffee table designed by David Rosén for Nordiska Kompaniet, Sweden 1940s.
This midcentury table can be folded and unfolded on each side then raised in higher position.
Beautiful rosewood vintage sideboard Credenza by Karl-Erik Ekselius - Sweden
An iconic coffee table designed by architects Antonin Kropacek and Karel Kozelka. It was first produced by Ceske Umelecke Dilny, in Czechoslovakia. This table, together with two armchairs was awarded a silver medal at the 1946 Milan Triennale.
Rosewood vintage bar cabinet model SK661 designed by Johannes Andersen and manufactured by J. Skaaning & Son & Brdr. Andersen in Denmark 1950s. Beautiful round decors in the front and on the back and a brass bar footrest in the...
This table is made of oak wood. This item was carefully restored.
Pair of bedside tables in solid wood covered with a clear oak veneer in excellent condition. The top of the bedside which was stained has been restored, it is in perfect condition. Composed of a drawer, a beautiful storage space....
Vintage bar cabinet 'Baccus' by Torbjørn Afdal for Bruksbo A/S Norway - made of rosewood and black formica.
This is a rare version of the U-453 sideboard with black, pink and white formica drawers. It was designed by the legendary Czech furniture designer Jiri Jiroutek, and was part of the popular U collection manufactured by Interier Praha in...
This Art Deco Drinks Cabinet was designed in 1930’s by Jindřich Halabala and produced by UP Brno in former Czechoslovakia.
A pair of sleek armchairs produced in former Czechoslovakia. The brown leather cushion is supported by continous steel tube frame - clearly a design concept reminiscent of the modernist approach to furniture in the 1930’s. The leather seating, on the...
This modernist piece was designed by Austrian avant-garde architect Hermann John Hagemann for the Mucke-Melder Company, based in Czechoslovakia. The chair is in perfect condition with some slight wear and tear on the bottom part of the steel frame.
1960's Teak Desk designed by Gunnar Nielsen, manufactured by Tibergaard Denmark
Pair of bedside tables 50s 60 restored Completely restored and relooked in a skin print coat enhanced with red, this pair can dress up an entrance, serve as a small coffee table or bedside table simply. Some minimal traces of...
Pair of armchairs 1960, made in Germany by Mauser. Retract from two back canvas materials in blue mottled textured. Feet and armrest in black steel. Very good condition just a small scratch on the armrest. Reversible seat. Price for the...
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.