Five-light chandelier in the style of Stilnovo
Superb "faux bambou" brass floor lamp by Ingo Maurer, 1960s Very well made, this classic design luminaire will quickly find its place in a bedroom or living room where it will diffuse its soft subdued light. Dimensions: Height 161cm with...
H 106.68 cm x W 25.4 cm x D 20.32 cm Stunning Marianna von Allesch modern ceramic table lamp with original hand painted custom shade that continues the cubist color blocks of the body and mirrors the stripes of his...
This beautiful and elegant round mosaic top coffee table comes with a Walnut frame and legs. It was designed by the German artist and sculptor Berthold Muller. The top comes with white ceramic stones combined with gold and some mint...
This vintage Chiavari chair was manufactured in Italy during the 1960s.
Floor lamp from the 1970s. The model reminds strongly of the lamp “Schwenkomat” by Swisslamps, but differs in details. Brass frame, shade covered with fabric. Equipped with four E27 lampholders. Uplight and room light are dimmable and can be...
This is a large Murano glass vase with pure gold inside. It’s in perfect conditions. Signed on the bottom, Barovier & Toso Murano
Amazing piece signed A.Ve.M, Arte Vetraria Muranese, the lower body part is of a woman, the top and the head are of a devil. It’s made in Murano and it’s an unique piece.
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...
Four Spider / Sputnik wall or ceiling lights from the 1950s. Beautiful lamps in classic modernist design. Similar lamps are often attributed to Stilnovo; the lamps on offer are probably from German production. The lamps are made of black lacquered...
Brass & Glass Halogen Floor Lamp, Torchiere, France 1980s
Table lamp from the 60ies by Hans-Agne Jakobsson and manufactured by AB Markaryd in Sweden. Wooden base painted white with brass accent. Dimensions: height, 47 cm; diameter, 11 cm. Materials: wood, brass.
These table lamps were designed in the 1960s by Hans-Agne Jakobsson and manufactured by AB Markaryd in Sweden. Painted white wooden bases with brass accents. Dimensions: height, 47 cm; diameter, 11 cm. Materials: wood, brass. New lampshades in grey.
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...
‘Palazzo’ 24 carat plated brass and clear glass chandelier by Kalmar Austria.The chandelier is marked with the Kalmar label. The chandelier has 12 socked for small bulbs (E14) with max. 40 Watts per bulb and one socket for a large...
This lucite and acrylic coffee table can be dated in the 1970s. It is inspired by the work of Charles Hollis Jones, the American artist and furniture designer who is recognized for his pioneering use of acrylic and lucite.
Swiss design high quality lamp
ELEGANCE floor lamp, designed by Laszlo Nigrini, manufactured in Switzerland by Swisslamps. Steel and brass frame. Shade covered with wild silk. Equipped with four E”/ lamp sockets. Ceiling spotlight and room light can be dimmed separately. Due...
This Gorgeous and Elegant ‘Cheval’ Coffee Table originates from France and was manufactured in the ‘70’s by Maison Charles. The table features a two-tiered brass frame. The lower glass tier features clear mirrored-glass, the top glass tier is made of...
Unique and Beautiful Mid Century Brass Horsehead Table Lamp from the ‘70s. The lamp is made in France and unique and has a sophisticated appearance. The beautiful black shade combined with the black Marble base strengthens the Horse’s Distinctive look....
Rare pair of table lamp model (46-017) in bicolored glass (white and transparent) and brass support. Designed by Lisa Johansson Pape (1907- 1989) for Stockmann Orno. The white fabric has a nice rose shade, these lamps are in very good...
The Guldpendel pendant was designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen in 1955 for Louis Poulsen in Denmark. Vilhelm Lauritzen was a leading Danish modernist architect. Lauritzen often designed furniture in connection with his buildings.