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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
side table by Gispen, 1950s
Emblematic of the seventies, the Pelfran chair is today the joy of knitters kitsch made in France, especially in children's rooms
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
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...
Big and beautiful grey ceramic floorvase Verona by Ingrid Atterberg for Upsala Ekeby, Sweden
Midcentury stoneware vase with grey, blue and yellow glaze by Ingrid Atterberg for Rörstrand in 1961-1965.
Midcentury stoneware vase with a rustic look in grey, brown, beige and black by Carl Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand
“Baffo” chair by Gianni Pareschi and Ezio Didone for Busnelli, Italy, 1969.
This Memphis dining table or desk was designed by Astori di Ponti for Driade in 1982. The model is called “Astragalo”. The lacquered metal bases are the center of the table. The top is replaced and complex hand-painted by a...
Saul Bass submitted this design but, incredibly, it was not chosen for the movie. However some US 1 Sheets were printed in limited quantity (believed approx. 200) to be given to studio insiders. This is an extremely rare unreleased poster....
Mid-Century Sofa or Daybed by Miroslav Navratil, 1960s
This chique Mid-Century chrystal sputnik chandelier with cut-glass roundels on a nickel frame was made by Val Saint Lambert in Belgium. It gives off an amazing glow when illuminated. This chandelier is in very good original condition.
Beautiful Desk Lamp produced in Belgium in the 1950s. The lamp is standing on a firm Oak wood Base with a strong stainless Steel Arm and a grey Bakelite Shade. Very nice sculptural lines through the beautiful and strong design.
This model NG-11 armchair from 1950 was designed by B. Niegeman-Brand, the wife of the architect and designer Johan Niegeman (1902-1977) and distributed by Goed Wonen. It retains the original fabric covers in two tones of grey wool. The upholstery...