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Super cool daybed from the 1960s in very good condition! Absolute eye-catcher in every room with a unique Design.More info
A rare lucite jewelry box designed and manufactured in Italy in the Seventies, It's in very good conditions considering use and age
A Mid-Century Modern fake tortoise lucite and brass round bowl designed and manufactured in Italy in the style of Gabriella Crespi. Brass in original patina gives it a vibrant vintage look. The 1970s was a time of experimentation and innovation...
A black and transparent Lucite table lamp designed and manufactured in Italy in the Eighties in the style of Memphis Milano, the base of the lamp is 44 cm in height. It works both 110-240 volts and it needs a...
A decorative tray designed and manufactured in Italy in the Eighties in very good conditions overall, with a Hollywood Regency style from the 1980s. Hollywood Regency is a design style that emerged in the 1930s and experienced a revival in...
A lovely conditions rectangular jewelry box from the 1980s designed and manufactured in Italy that features a mid-century modern style with its fake tortoise lucite and chromed metal.
An high quality big magazine stand designed and manufactured in Italy in the Eighties. Purple lucite and silver plated frame are in perfect conditions. The Magazine Stand is a stylish and functional piece of furniture that embodies the aesthetics of...
This 1970s Picture Frame is a stylish and distinctive piece of decor that reflects the design trends of its era. The frame is crafted from Lucite, a type of acrylic glass known for its transparency, durability, and lightweight properties.
1970s Astonishing Rectangular Tray in Viennese Straw by Jolel. Made in Italy
Peter Hamburger, Crylicord modernist crylicord desk lamp, Knoll International, 1960s
Textable by Platex drinks trolley, clear acrylic & gilt metal in the brutalist style, foldable,1980`s ca, French. This vintage drinks trolley has been gently cleaned and is ready to use. This trolley was made by `Platex` a French company recognized...
This impressive globe lights up from the inside and becomes not just a globe but a luminous round aqua lamp. The globe nestles on a beautiful modern lucite base
An elegant 1980s octagonal-square lucite and glass tiered coffee table by Curvasa Muebles, and very much in the style of Charles Hollis Jones.
This vintage console table is most likely designed by Jeff Messerschmidt based on a number of attributes. The use of bent Lucite piping & gold plated bolts holding the frame at the two corners are similar to Jeff Messerschmidt`s `Pipeline...