Offer of the week
The ‘Super Glob’ armchair was created by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 1991. The Super Glob combines different materials to obtain greater structural rigidity and comfort.
Seat height : 48 cm. 2 pieces available.More info
Vintage handmade Pakistani Lahore rug in original condition, low pile.
Hand made antique Moroccan kilim in beige shade with colourful stripes. This kilim is in original condition, it has some colour run.
Antique American hooked rug in beige colour. It is from the beginning of 20th century made in cotton.
Vintage hand made American hooked rug in great condition. The rug is very colourful and perfect for children's room.
Vintage handmade Indian Dhurri kilim in light shades. This kilim has very simple tribal motive and stripes in pastel colours of pink, blue, beige and sky blue.
Handmade vintage geometric American hooked rug "Amanda". The rug is full of different colours, it has been made from cotton stripes.
Hand made vintage Uzbek Suzani patchwork in original condition and in colourful shades. On the cotton red base there are velour diamond shaped patches along the centre of the rug. Also smaller squarish patches along the border. The Suzani is...
Original Danish design, completely reupholstered by craftsman.
Imposing pendant lamp by Aloys Gangkofner for Peill & Putzler in the 1950s / 1960s. Opaline glass with circles from the Como series.
HandmadeTapestry Gobelin "Teatrzyk" designed by Pawłoski, from the Tomaszów Mazowiecki People's and Artists' Handicrafts Cooperative 1978. Tapestry kept in good, original condition.
Perhaps one of the more famous of Alexander Girard’s Environmental Enrichment Panels, this one is called ‘Palace’ and was designed for Herman Miller in 1972.
This is an original Alexander Girard environmental enrichment panel called Knots, designed for Herman Miller to be displayed at the action office group in 1972.
This is an original Alexander Girard facade environmental enrichment panel, designed for Herman Miller to be displayed at the action office group in 1972.
This large colorful print on canvas of Sonia Delaunay was edited by Jacques Damase in 1992. This post mortem print is a limited edition of 1000 prints. It is number 942. This work is in good overall condition, there are...