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sideboard designed by HW Klein manufactured by Bramin (DK) specific design of front legs and door handles legs at the corners of the sideboard in teak in perfect condition dimensions: height: 81 cm length: 190 cm depth: 45 cm
A sideboard shaped display case from the 1960’s, probably designed and manufactured in Germany. Stunning piece in functional design and with perfect dimensions. The sideboard consists of a black painted steel base, a shelf made of teak wood, and a...
Displays in Hollywood Regency style. Brass frame with a dark stripe, 5 grey smoked glass shelves. 1970’s. In good condition with wear of age, the brass has some spots. Price is for each display, 2 pieces available. Height: 164 cm...
Decorative freestanding floor coat rack with rotating top, with the possibility of 20 coats hanging.
Roll front cabinet in oak with an oak base and many drawers. Attributed Kurt Østervig and manufactured by K P Møbler, Denmark. Designed and produced in the 1950s. DIMENSIONS: W. 104 cm. H. 148 cm. D. 46 cm.
This large rectangular planter can be dated in the 1960s. It is a very heavy piece made of cement and large white stones. The planter stands on 4 chromed legs. This decorative planter is in good vintage condition.
cupboard small chest of drawers made in Denmark in the 1960s typical drawer/door handle same manufacturer – from the same series the cupboard has a special door opening systeem: the door that opens goes behind the other door the cupboard...
This magazine rack in teak and suede was made by Skjode Skjern, Denmark in the 1960s. The design is pure with constructivist details. This Danish magazine rack is in good vintage condition, with normal signs of age and use on...
High bar cabinet designed by Rudolf Glatzel for Fristho, Netherlands, 1962.
wall system designed by Poul Cadovius original CADO made in Denmark in teak in very good condition dimensions: height of bars: 202 cm width of shelves / cupboards: 3x 80 cm depths: 3 cupboards: 46 cm (height: 51,5 cm); 1...
This impressive sideboard, model MG 14, was designed by Osvaldo Borsani in 1967 for Tecno, Italy. It is made of black lacquered wood. The top is made of one piece and rests on a metal structure of two L-shaped beams...