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Tape desk and radio tuner. Possibility to connect mobile phone or I-pad. 1960sMore info
Olivetti synthesis bookcase series 45 Ettore Sottsass design '70s
Vase in 'pate de verre' from the 1920's in the style of Delatte 44,5 cm high - not signed.
set of 4 butterfly chairs 1960s
Vintage armchair model GFM-64 designed by Polish architect Edmund Homa in the 60s. It was reupholstered to the fabric from FEBRIK NL. The beech wood was completely restored. We’ve made also a small footstool to match.
A pair of iconic armchairs from the 40s, designed by Czech designer duo Kozelka & Kropacek for interier Praha. These armchairs received a silver medal at the 1946 International Exhibition of La Triennale di Milano. After complete renovation, precisely reupholstered...
1 Set of 6x Eva Chairs Niels Koefoed for Koefoed Hornslet Teak, New Cover, Denmark, 1960s
A Bauhaus chair produced in the 1930’s by Mücke & Melder. The armchair has been professionally restored, with new seat cushioning and high quality blue dogstooth upholstery fabric. Tubular steel construction in its very good original condition. Armrests refurbished to...
This legendary H-269 armchair was designed by Jindřich Halabala, circa 1930, and manufactured in the 1930s. It is one of the most well known Czechoslovakian designs in the world. The armchair has been professionally and completely restored – bent beechwood...
Vase - Design by Aldo Londi for Bitossi, Italy, 1960s.
This suspension of 3 FlowerPot blue cascade is proposed to you in order to decorate your interior with an exceptional luster. The Flowerpot is a must in Scandinavian design, the first series created by designer Verner Panton and published by...
Simple and elegant sofa made of dark, solid oak wood and simple cussions in a very good, original condition. Some wear visible on the upholstery, wood in very good condition with only minor wear. Made in Czechoslovakia in 1960s, this...
Big metallurgical glass vase designed by Josef Hospodka for glass factory Chribská in Midcentury era of the Czech glass production design. Typical design for the artist, cobalt blue glass blends with pink glass. Beautiful piece. Excellent original condition, no damage.
Vintage armchair, postmodern design, from the 1980s. The designer is anonymous. The seat and backrest are made of leather. The structure is made of metal and the legs are finished with wooden elements. This piece is in good vintage condition.
Scandinavian coffee table by Henry Walter Klein, 1960s
Swedish furniture company ‘Dux’ was established in 1926, and during the 1950/60’s several high profile designers worked with them including Bruno Matsson and Alf Svensson. We believe this sofa was designed by Svensson. Upholstered in the original blue woollen fabric...
Stunning 1980s design statement piece, lounge chair 'The Flying Carpet' designed by Simon Desanta for Rosenthal, Germany 1983
Delicate shaped ceramic vase from the `Pikea` range by Mari Simmulson for Upsala Ekeby 1960s with a rough surface
Blue beautiful vintage vase with a unique shape by the Norwegian designer Leif Heiberg Myrdam 1970`s.
A completely refurbished and reupholstered Mid-Century Armchair, originally produced in 1970's.
Midcentury Teak armchairs with a clear blue new fabric upholstery designed by Niels Koefoed - Denmark
Nice and blue ceramic vase by Swedish designer Gunnar Nylund for Rörstrand, Sweden. H: 16,5 cm. 10 cmD. Glazed stonewear. 1960-1969. Signed. Gunnar Nylund was a Swedish ceramic designer born in Paris. Nylund was active at Bing & Grondahl Porcelainsfabrik in Copenhagen and as...
Circle round ceramic vase made by ceramist Tor Alex Erichsen, Norway in 1991.
Blue and big vintage Norwegian glassvase by designer Maud Gjeruldsen Bugge 1980s
Mid-century Norwegian tray table with enameled surface and chrome plated steel frames 1962
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 stoneware vase with grey, blue and yellow glaze by Ingrid Atterberg for Rörstrand in 1961-1965.
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.
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...