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The ‘Super Glob’ armchair was created by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 1991. The Super Glob combines different materials to obtain greater structural rigidity and comfort.
Seat height : 48 cm. 2 pieces available.More info
Club armchairs, Designer – Hans. J. Wegner, Denmark, 1960s. Armchairs made of oak Blue upholstery, original – wool Project – Hans Wegner Manufacturer – Getama 1960s Country of origin: Denmark Total height: 83 cm. Seat height: 43 cm....
leather Rosewood easy chair by Coja, 1960s
leather Rosewood sofa by Coja, 1970s
Rosewood dining chair by Illum Wikkelso
Vintage winding Weimar table clock made in Germany in the 1960s.New clockwork powered by one AA battery. Small faults visible on the pictures. The wood was partially restored, the metal parts were cleaned and polished.
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
D48 Desk Chair / Conference Chair, Hans Könecke, Tecta 1960s. Steel frame and oak seat shell with black leather cushions. 4 pieces in Stock!
Swedish and classic pair of 1960s vintage teak and glastop side tables with drawers and sligthly tilted stained hardwood legs.
Beautiful rare safari armchair made from untreated oak, black leather and brass details.
Beautiful set of 4 birch wood dining chair SZ03, designed by Bengt Akerblom and Gunnar Eklof for Akerblom Stolen, Sweden 1954
Design “Falcon” coffee table designed in the sixties by Sigurd Ressell for Vatne Möbler, Norway.
Italian design coffee table from the 1980s. Wooden and metal furniture, smoked-glass mirror top and elements in ebonized wood in the style of Willy Rizzo.
Lovely set of teak tables suitable both as several small tables, nighttables or sidetables, designed in 1955 by Erling Torvits and produced by Heltborg Møbler in the 1960s Denmark.
GFM-142 Armchair by Edmund Homa for Gościcińskie Fabryki Mebli, 1960s - fully renovated.
This lounge chair is incredibly comfortable, the seat cushions are surrounding you - they are really soft.
Sofa bz12 designed by Martin Visser for the Spectrum from the 1969-1974 collection. The three-person sofa is part of the Osaka series for the world exhibition in Japan (Osaka). Chromed steel base with Bordeaux red leather cushions. Sofa is first...
This table model 81B was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935, production by Artek Finland during 1970s. It is made of birch wood. Design classics!
Vintage 60s Baumann armchair in varnished beech wood. Seat with new straps. The fabric of the long-pile synthetic fur covers gives this piece a Scandinavian style. Everything is in very good condition.
Vintage Dressing Table by Alfred Cox for AC Furniture, 1950s - Refinished
Mid-Century Chest of Drawers from Meredew, 1960s - Refinished
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...
Blue beautiful vintage vase with a unique shape by the Norwegian designer Leif Heiberg Myrdam 1970`s.
The sideboard with two lockable veneered hinged doors and four black, white and pink Formica drawers, designed by the legendary Czech furniture designer Jiri Jiroutek, is part of the popular U collection manufactured by Interier Praha in the 1960s Czechoslovakia
These Mid-Century Modern rattan chairs were designed by the Swiss designer Gian Franco Legler in 1951 for the Italian Restaurant “The Basket”.
Midcentury Teak armchairs with a clear blue new fabric upholstery designed by Niels Koefoed - Denmark
Vintage Ceramicvase designed as a smile by Rolf Hansen, Norway 1950s