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 is legendary Ąžuolas Daybed, designed by Lithuanian architect Valerija Ema Cukermanienė for Vilniaus Baldų Kombinatas in 1964. Wood is refinished, seating is completely reupholstered in anthracite felt.
This set of dining chairs was designed by Lithuanian architect Lygija Marija Koslauskaitė-Stapulionienė and manufactured by Vilniaus Baldų Kombinatas in the 1950s. It is one of the most famous iconic chairs of Lithuanian modern furniture design. The chair has a...
This set of model Model 45 chairs were designed in 1977 by Alvar Aalto and manufactured by Artek. Each chair features a plywood structure and reupholstered belt support.
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
Industrial rare set from the 60's
Midcentury modular seating group designed and produced in 1972 by COR, Germany, Marked. Smooth brown leather with an aged patina. Four modular pieces can be arranged in many configurations. Two middles pieces and two end pieces (one right and one...
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...
Minimalist 1970s entire piece is upholstered in black leather with a smoked glass top coffee or cocktail table by De Sede, Switzerland. Rests on four brown plastic casters.
Spage Age 1970s Rocker Leather Lounger by Georges van Rijck for Beaufort
Modernist side table from the 1950s, probably made in Germany. Beautiful model with table top made of birch plywood and black lacquered wooden legs. The table is in an age-appropriate condition with beautiful patina (see pictures). The legs were repainted...
Postmodern side table from the 1980s. Beautiful model reminiscent of designs by Philippe Starck. The ball at the top makes it easy to move the table with one hand. The table is made of lacquered steel. The tabletop is covered...
Bar trolley from the 1970s, designed and manufactured in Italy by Aldo Tura. Typical baroque Tura design with two tops covered with high-gloss-covered goatskin and many playful brass details. The bar trolley is in good condition, with slight signs of...
Six modernist chairs, designed in 1952 by Albrecht Lange and Hans Mitzlaff for the ES Soloform series by the German manufacturer Eugen Schmidt. Lange and Mitzlaff desiged a leight-weight, almost floating chair, the exact contrary of the heavy easy chairs...
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...
Modernist wall cabinet from the 1950s, attributed to WK Möbel. The wardrobe stands out for its material and colour mix. The body is made of walnut. Inside it is lined with light wood, mirror glass and Resopal in black, white...
Vincent Cafiero Leather Lounge Chair with Stool, Knoll International 1960s
Small desk with a drawer. “Junior” model. Model of the collection created in 1957 by french designer Pierre Guariche for Meurop. This exemplary dates to the 60s. Dimensions (Long/depth/Hgt): 100 cm x 60 cm x 75 cm. In excellent condition...
This pouf was designed in 1950s by Vytautas Beiga and manufactured in Jonavos Baldų Kombinatas. It belongs to the set of bedroom furniture designed especially for a competition in Moscow. Legs are covered in black paint, seating reupholstered in the...
table designed and manufactured by Møller Denmark, 1960s extendable on both sides beautiful design of the legs very nice veneer selection all borders and legs in solid teak in teak in very good condition dimensions: height: 73 cm length: 130...
sideboard designed by HW Klein manufactured by Bramin Denmark 1960s beautiful rounded edges special design of the handles the back of the sideboard is also in teak can be used free standing in teak in perfect condition dimensions: height: 80...
chest of drawers manufactured by Westergaard Denmark, 1960s rectangular drawer handle very good quality manufacturing beautiful drawings in the wood in rosewood in very good condition dimensions: height: 101 cm width: 76,5 cm depth: 41,5 cm
A pair of teak tambour door record cabinets by Kai Kristiansen for Feldballes Mobelfabrik, Denmark, 1960’s. There is divided space within, for records or books with two lower shelves.