4 superb restored 50's scandinavian chairs. Elegant architecture in solid beech wood. Restored seat so very comfortable and covered with a waterproof and stain resistant midnight blue fabric.
Pair of 60's style Ercol armchairs in a subtle mix of Scandinavian and English style. Armchairs with a round and dynamic design. Structure in stained beech wood in good condition, despite some traces of use on the wood. The cushions...
Set of six Thonet chair classics, designed and developed by Ulrich Böhme and Wulf Schneider in 1984 for Thonet.
Oswald Haerdl, one of the most important Austrian Architects of the 20th Century designed this iconic chair labelled 'No. 1515’ in 1955.
Danish design, natural beech wood, wool, 80s, new reupholstered
Pulkka armchair and ottoman by Ilmari Lappalainen for Asko, 1963 Fully restored woodwork and armchair and ottoman tapestries. Red herringbone effect fabric. Beech structure of soft curved wood lines.
Round coffee / club table, Poland - Radomsko, 1950s.
Screen of the famous designer Marc Held (Culbuto seat) designed for IBM Montpellier. Furniture designed for the IBM restaurant room in Montpellier / La Lande in 1983. Separation in wood, beech and white perforated metal inserted in two white lacquered...
Chair of the little princess / prince, Denmark, 1960s.
Auxiliary table - Thonet - T.425 / 1- Dřevopodnik KPMP Holešov - Czechoslovakia, 1940s.
A Scandinavian chair from the 1960s, a very interesting and elegant shape. Wooden frame (good condition, with traces of use) Seat and backrest fully restored in a very nice jacquard fabric with ethnic motifs, Lelievre edition.
Four beautiful 1950s Scandinavian chairs. Solid beech structure in perfect condition. Seat redone and covered with a beautiful speckled fabric Lelievre edition. Refined architecture, very comfortable seat.
Pair of Scandinavian armchairs from the 60s, completely renovated, in beech wood upholstered in blue fabric. A small difference in wood stain see picture.
A pair of armchairs – Molliperma, manufacturer – BSA, Germany in the 1950s. The set was produced by BSA (Bertram Schrot, Allendorf) in the 1950s, under patent number 802269. Wooden frame, elastic used in sitting position and covers a wide...
Model GFM-87 Armchairs by Juliusz Kędziorek for GFM, 1960s, Set of 2 Fully renovated.
Design “Falcon” coffee table designed in the sixties by Sigurd Ressell for Vatne Möbler, Norway.
Beautiful Scandinavian vintage “flex” armchair designed by Ingmar Relling for Westnofa in the 70s, Norway.
A striking armchair made by Tatra Nabytok in former Czechoslovakia, during the 1960’s. Very unique solid and bentwood beech frame completely restored. Seats reupholstered with high quality italian fabric, green with yellow undertones. Seat height 42 cm.
A Knoll Antimott armchair manufactured by Wilhelm Knoll in Germany in the 1950’s. The chair has been given new removable cushions and upholstery. Beech wood frame professionally cleaned, newly stained, and sealed with semi- gloss varnish. A metal marking is...
Italian coffee table from the 70s. Furniture in walnut and beech wood with nice-looking metal elements of pleasant decor. Art Deco style coffee table equipped with a wooden top of good size and service.
Pair of Italian design armchairs from the 70s. Furniture of beautiful lines and pleasant decor covered in pink velvet. Wooden feet carved in beech wood (see photo) of good solidity.
Italian design bookcase from the first half of the 20th century. Furniture carved in beech wood and fruitwood produced by the company Antonio Ferretti of Milan born in 1904.
Italian design sideboard from the 70s. Beautiful line furniture of pleasant decor in palisander, mahogany, maple, beech and fruitwood.
Pair of Italian bedroom chairs from the mid-20th century. High quality Louis XV style furniture upholstered in velvet. Basement and legs veneered in walnut, rosewood, maple and burl walnut. Velvet that has some small signs of wear, without tears (see...
Ebonised rocking chair designed by Hans J Wegner and manufactured by FDB Mobler. Originally designed 1944, this chair is stamped 13 7 1964
This Minimalist sofa is made from two teak boards on solid beech wood legs. The cushions are removable and are zipped.
Fully original condition - green faux leather upholstery and beechwood frame. Some armchairs legs are fixed with self-tapping screws (shown on photo), the seats should be reupholstered.
GFM-142 Armchair by Edmund Homa for Gościcińskie Fabryki Mebli, 1960s - fully renovated.
This elegant Set of six chairs in hardwood where designed and made in Italy in the early 1940s. The chairs are probably designed by Osvaldo Borsani. They are similar ton the chair 4879 which he designed in 1938 for the...
This chair is believed to be produced in 1905 by Josef and Jacob Kohn furniture Company in Wsetin, Austria and designed by the legendary Josef Hoffmann.