Pair of modernist chairs Sandow
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
This is large flexible desk/table/shelf lamp. Due to its size and color it looks very eye-catching. Nice example of space age design.
The Ed Archer dining chair was designed by Philippe Starck in 1986 for Driade/ Aleph.
The Tulu Chair was designed by the Japanese designer Kazuhide Takahama for Simon International in 1966/1967.
D48 Desk Chair / Conference Chair, Hans Könecke, Tecta 1960s. Steel frame and oak seat shell with black leather cushions. 4 pieces in Stock!
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...
Italian rocking armchair production Cierre model Monet (produced since 2011). Modern furniture of beautiful line and great comfort with chromed iron base (with some signs, see photo).
A great pair of mid-century Norwegian brutalist wall lamps appropriate both for indoor and outdoor use, designed in the 1970`s by iron smith Karl Bruno Bilgrei.
This set consists of two-seat sofa and two easy chairs.
Model DrNo Garden Table & Chairs Set by Philippe Starck for Kartell, 1990s
Stainless Steel vase was by Olav Joa for Polaris, 1970's fom the "Steel Art" series. Scandinavian Design- Norway.
Mid-century Steel vintage candleholder by Olav Joa for Polaris Norway 1970s, from the Steel Art series.
Big and beautiful grey ceramic floorvase Verona by Ingrid Atterberg for Upsala Ekeby, Sweden
A pair of 'Stokke' chair or `the Stick` chair by Danish Jens H. Quistgaard (1919-2008) in 1966 with armlayers, backrests, siderests and legs in rosewood and frame of plated steel.
Mid-century Norwegian tray table with enameled surface and chrome plated steel frames 1962
A cascading chandelier in the manner of Stilnovo made in Italy in the Seventies in perfect conditions. It works 110-240 volts and needs ten regular e14 bulbs.
This Modernist floor lamp was designed by Robert Slezak and produced by The Slezak Company in the 1930s Czechoslovakia. The piece has got an elegant shape with a beautiful combination of walnut veneer and chrome steel.
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.
Cantilever Armchairs from Mücke Melder, 1930s, Set of 2
Brown leather 3-seater sofa model Conseta designed in the 1960's by Friedrich Wilhelm Möller for Cor. The sofa stands on chrome legs and has loose cushions with zipper.
The Sculptural F437 Orange Slice, designed by Pierre Paulin in 1960 for Artifort. Anyone who sees several Orange Slice chairs grouped together cannot fail to be touched by the playfulness of the composition. From different visual angles, the Orange Slice...
This is a set of Ažuolas armchairs designed by Lithuanian architect Valerija Ema Cukermanienė for Vilniaus Baldų Kombinatas in 1964. The solid oak structure is refinished, seating is completely reupholstered in dark grey felt.
This minimalist Scandinavian table lamp was designed by Uno & Östen Kristiansson for Luxus in Sweden in the 1960s.
Grand Prix chairs, design by Arne Jacobsen in 1957. At the Triennale of Milano in 1957, these chairs won the Grand Prix. Upholstered in black leather. Probably from the 1980s. Very nice state, foam and leather soft and in excellent...
This is a Space Age three lights chandelier in chrome, steel and heavy glass, made by Fontana Arte. There is only one chip in the upper part of a smoked glass as shown in a photo. It works with both...
Amazing Fontana Arte pendant by Max Ingrand, made in Italy in circa 1960, very heavy grey and Verde Nilo glasses.