Made in Czechoslovakia. Newly upholstered. Wooden parts have been repolished.
Teiera in ceramica realizzata da Marco Zanini per Memphis nel 1983. Con certificato di autenticità Memphis e numero di archivio.
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 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...
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...
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....
This is a pair of type 53 armchairs and coffee table designed by architect Jaroslav Smidek and manufactured by TON during the 1960s.
The ‘Valentine’ typewriter was designed by Ettore Sottsass for Olivetti, Italy in 1969.
This light blue toy rocket plane once belong to a carousel of the 1960s.
Excellent state, almost like new?
Manufactued by Casala, Germany in 1976. Very nice state.
A pair of completely restored armchairs designed in the 1930s by famous czechoslovak architect Jindrich Halabala.
Wall lamps with adjustable volet and body, made of black and white enameled metal. E14 socket. Size ca. 12,5 x 17 cm, H. 7 cm. In very good condition with patina and wear. 9 lamps available. Price for one.
FM06 Lounge chair, designed in 1958 by Cees Braakman and Adriaan Dekker, manufactured in the Netherlands by Pastoe. When designing this chair, Braakman and Dekker were inspired by designs by American artist Harry Bertoia. The chair is made of white...
Almost immediately after the introduction of the lamp, it was chosen for the collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art. This appreciation by the museum immediately gave the lamp its name. The design of the lamp is classy...
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...
Gorgeous Postmodern Kidney Plinth end table with stunning Memphis Milano style sky / cloud scape finish. H 43.18 cm x W 71.12 cm x D 45.72 cm
AEO lounge chair, designed in 1973 by Archizoom, manufactured in Italy by Cassina. The chair consists of a grey plastic base and a tubular steel frame. The removable cover is made of light grey linen fabric, the cushion is covered...
Industrial design dining suite from the 1950s, consisting of a metal table and four chairs. The frames are made of off-white painted tubular steel, the tabletop of black painted steel, seats and backs of the chairs of clear painted plywood....
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.