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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...
- made of beech wood - made in Czechoslovakia - upholstery has some signs of use. Suitable for renovation upholstery - solid construction - Original condition
- made in Czechoslovakia - made of Glazed Ceramic, Polychromed Steel,plastic lampshades - fully funktional - new cabling - cleaned - original condition
Danish oak, teak and green fabric rocking chair from the 1950s
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.
Writing desk designed by Studio BBPR, formed by the initials of four Italian architects-designers: Gian Luigi Banfi (1910-1945), Ludovico Belgioso (1909), Enrico Peressuti (1908-1976) and Ernesto Nathan Rogers (1909-1968.) It was manufacured by Olivetti, Italy in the 1960s. The desk...
Amazing Verde Nilo glass table mirror in the manner of Fontana Arte. Circa 1940. The item has been cleaned and restored in the original colors as you can see on the pictures.
Three Art Deco wall sconces made in Italy in 1930. Glasses are in perfect conditions, brass it’s in original patina. They work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
Siesta Chair is designed by Ingmar Relling and produced by the Norwegian company Westnofa. The wooden structure is in great condition. The back and the seat are placed on a fabric stretched by cords, which contribute to the flexibility of...
A rectangular table attributed to Romeo Rega. Made in Italy in the Seventies, it’s in good conditions overall.
Particular two-light wall sconces, the brass is in his original patina, the hand engraved glasses are in perfect conditions. They work 110-240 volts and need two regular e14 bulbs.
Gio Ponti style Italian armchair, recently upholstered in pink velvet, brass feet are in original patina.
Amazing set of two brown and gold Murano glass wall sconces, made by Barovier Seguso e Ferro in the 1960s. Glasses are in perfect conditions and brass it’s in original patina that creates a vibrant vintage look.
This is a stylish aluminium and wood chandelier with five cubic Murano glass by Mazzega. It works with both 110 and 220 Volt.
Stylish pair of wall lights by Longobard, in green iron and hammered glass.
Four amazing chrome wall lights made in Italy, good conditions overall, work with 110-240 volts.
Amazing pair of wall lights by Ignazio Gardella for Azucena, good conditions overall, rewired, they work with 110-240 volts.
Takahama Kazuhide set of four chairs, textile original, circa 1969, Italy. Marked with a S on the front.
Stylish Mid-Century Modern chandelier in original patina with original squared white glasses, good conditions overall, only one glass has a line crackle not visible when mounted. Compatible with 110 volt.
Amazing four-light pendant by Pietro Chiesa for Fontana Arte; curved glass, fully restored electrical parts; just a little chip showed in the photo, rare hanging light fixture featuring four concave sheets of crystal that are graduated in width from top...
Rare Italian modern console table in black hand polished wood and brass feet with crystal light green plane Airy and modern design Fully restored The design is attributed to Ico Parisi Mid-Century Modern side table
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...
This is an Art Deco vase made by Richard Ginori, with pure gold decorations, designed by Gian Battista Vannozzi in the style of Giò Ponti, It can also used for champagne bucket.
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.
Amazing Fontana Arte pendant by Max Ingrand, made in Italy in circa 1960, very heavy grey and Verde Nilo glasses.
This set of six chairs was manufactured in Italy during the 1950s The Mid-Century Modern design of this chair is attributed to the Italian architect Carlo de Carli The frame is made of solid and high quality mahogany wood, this...