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Golden vintage and Swedish 1960s brutalist copper pendant lamp consisting of five pieces cylinder shaped lampshades suspended from a large cable cup on the top.More info
The popular Cigar chair by Hans J. Wegner with reversible patterned black and a red back -and seat cushions.
A typical mid-century Wing back chair reupholstered in beautiful red and black Hallingdal wool fabric designed by Nanna Ditzel 1950s
Unique curved or banana shaped loveseat or settee with open armrests designed and made as Model 96 by N.A. Jørgensens Møbelfabrik in 1954/55. N.A. Jørgensen is better known under the name Bramin Mobler a name they adopted in the 1960s. Jorgensen was...
Authentic cyclorameur of the brand "NAETHER". Made in the 30s / 40s in Holland, it works perfectly and can therefore be used as a toy or decoration. A restoration was carried out, one of the rear wheels is not original,...
This impressive 1980s Neon sign “Downstairs” is placed in an acrylic showcase. It is a very cool eyecatcher for your interior space.
Looking for something special? Well the search is over! Here is the exceedingly rare and very special UK Quad for bonafide John Ford and John Wayne masterpiece The Searchers. The British poster features, by far, the finest artwork for this 50s classic....
Paire de tabourets en tissu jacquard des années 70. Cadre en acier tubulaire noir. Siège en mousse et mousse à mémoire de forme, tissus jacquard édition Lelievre. Très belle paire. Dimension Hauteur 43 cm, diamètre 38 cm, poids 3 kg
Coffee Table, designed in 1966 by Richard Schulz, manufactured by Knoll International.
Bull, designed in the 1950s by Kurt Tschörner, made in the 1970s by Otto Keramik.
Rare modernist side table, made in the 1950s in Germany by Mauser.
This is a pair of type 53 armchairs and coffee table designed by architect Jaroslav Smidek and manufactured by TON during the 1960s.
This rug is a great example of 1960s Pop Art interior. Made in high quality Danish Rya weaving technique. This high quality RYA rug was designed in the 1960s and manufactured by Hojer Eksport Wilton in Denmark. its is made...
Maestro Giuliano Tosi, born in 1942, comes from a family where the glass making tradition has been handed down from generation to generation since 1483. His style includes using techniques first developed in the 16th century, which Tosi has adapted...
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.
Postmodern side table from the 1980s. Beautiful model reminiscent of designs by Philippe Starck. The ball at the top makes it easy to move the table with one hand. The table is made of lacquered steel. The tabletop is covered...
Modernist wall cabinet from the 1950s, attributed to WK Möbel. The wardrobe stands out for its material and colour mix. The body is made of walnut. Inside it is lined with light wood, mirror glass and Resopal in black, white...
Noteworthy bench which belonged to art critic Bram Hammacher who was also the former director of the Dutch Kröller-Müller museum from 1947-1963. In that capacity he worked together with Gerrit Rietveld who designed the new pavilion for the museum. This...
Pair of beautiful italian armchairs “Vicario” designed by Vico Magistretti for Artemide.In excellent vintage condition. Made of fiberglass that has been compression moulded and reinforced with polyester. Marked by the producer under the seating. Size: H 68cm, W 72cm, D...