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A beautiful armchair with matching footstool made in Denmark c.1950’s. Newly upholstered in lovely Cappuccino lambswool. With turned legs and Teak arms. A fantastic example of Danish mid-century furniture design.More info
Model GFM-87 Armchairs by Juliusz Kędziorek for GFM, 1960s, Set of 2 Fully renovated.
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...
Each chair features a very rich satin birch wood structure, that gives this wood a soft touch. it is difficult to catch its color on photos, it depends on the light and reminds me a tiger design.
A sofa bed by iconic Czech furniture designer Miroslav Navratil. He is famous mainly for his colourful fibre glass chairs but this sofa is another example of his genius.
Golden vintage and Swedish 1960s brutalist copper pendant lamp consisting of five pieces cylinder shaped lampshades suspended from a large cable cup on the top. Each shade has its own cable and they all gather in the copper cup on top...
These chairs were clearly inspired by Scandinavian aesthetics. The slick, angular shaped form with precise detailing are the main design feature. The designer and producer of these chairs are unknown but they are believed to be made in West Germany...
This beautiful Sofa was designed by Antonio Citterio and Paolo Nava for B&B Italia, Italy in 1979. It is called “Diesis”. It is his quality made and a lot of handcrafting skills are brought into it. It has become a...