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A solid teak cabinet designed by Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen for Søborg Møbler in 1956.
Large modernist shelving unit, designed in 1954 by Erich Stratmann, manufactured in Germany by Idee-Möbel. The offered system was manufactured in 1959. It consists of supporting sides of dark stained and clear lacquered wood and various boxes and shelves. The...
Pair of Bauhaus armchairs in the style of Mart Stam. Elegantly curved chrome frames with black saddle leather upholstery, 1960s.
Emile & Walter Baumann “traineau” sledge chairs. These French chairs have a distinct Scandinavian inspiration but still retain a unique design. Reupholstered and beechwood frame.
Magazine Rack by Cor Alons for Gouda den Boer, 1950
Rare black leather lounge chair with footstool designed by Olli Borg for Asko,Finland,1964. Very comfortable swiveling armchair in original vintage condition,and a individual eyecatcher in every interior. Olli Borg was a Finnish interior architect .Borg designed interior design almost or...
Handcrafted walnut wardrobe a beautiful masterpiece by Alfred Hendrickx for Belform. Two hanging closet compartments, three drawers and an upper cabinet with shelves. The doors have stylish silver handles and slide smoothly on thier tracks. Can be taken apart fully...
A 1960s Danish long coffee table, with lower shelf in teak.
A rosewood sideboard featuring 2 drawers and 2 doors with inlayed handles.
A Swedish teak cylinder roll top desk/bureau designed by Egon Ostergaard in the 1960s. Featuring a pull out desk and a quad cut veneer design on the roll top.
A coffee table designed by E.W. Bach for Toften Møbelfabrik in Denmark during the 1960s. This piece is made out of teak and the shelves and drawers open on both sides. This piece has carved drawer pulls and a unique...
Rare Space Age tulip chair made in the 1970s. The design of this chair is reminiscent of works by Luigi Colani or Günter Belzig. Material and workmanship correspond more to furniture from GDR production, e.g. the Z-Chair by Ernst Moeckl....
Modular lounge system from the 1970s, usable as a two-seater sofa and armchair or three-seater sofa. The backrests are loosely laid out and require a wall to support them, so the furniture cannot be placed freely in the room. The...
AEO lounge chair, designed in 1973 by Archizoom, manufactured in Italy by Cassina. The chair consists of a grey plastic base and a tubular steel frame. The removable cover is made of light grey linen fabric, the cushion is covered...
Industrial design dining suite from the 1950s, consisting of a metal table and four chairs. The frames are made of off-white painted tubular steel, the tabletop of black painted steel, seats and backs of the chairs of clear painted plywood....
Armchair Scylla, designed in 1996 by Gerard Vollenbrock, manufactured in the Netherlands by Leolux. In his design, Vollenbrock was inspired by furniture from the Bauhaus and De Stijl aera, yet he created a completely independent design. The armchair consists of...
10 Space Age garden chairs from the 1960s or 70s, designer and manufacturer unknown. Very nice, balanced design. The chairs and tables can be used not only outdoors, but also indoors. Rainwater runs off through the hole in the seat....
3 Space Age garden tables from the 1960s or 70s, designer and manufacturer unknown. Very nice, balanced design. The tables can be used not only outdoors, but also indoors. The furniture is made of coloured laminated glass fibre plastic, not...
Rare sideboard designed in the 1960s by Poul Cadovius, manufactured in Denmark by Royal. The sideboard stands out for its simplicity and the contrasting woven veneer door fronts. The piece is made of beautifully grained rosewood. The inside is veneered...
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 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...
Authentic Stool 60 in Lacquered Birch with Linoleum Seat.
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...
This midcentury flip-flap dining table seats 4 when closed and 6-8 when open (174cm extended).
This 1950s teak and walnut chest of drawers was designed and manufactured by cabinet maker Alfred Cox, Great Britain.
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.