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The Sonet model 4410 armchair by Folke Ohlsson by Fritz Hansen. Newly upholstered. The wooden parts has been re-polished.
Very practical. Nice style of lighting. Adjustable.
This Sideboard designed by Jirí Jiroutek for Interiér Praha, 1962. Sideboard is in good condition. Partially restored.
Designed by František Mezulánik in circa 1960. Partially restored. The surface has been cleaned, newly stained and repolished.
The item made of oak wood. The upholstery is gobelin. Complete renovation.
The item made of oakwood, wooden frame is restored and new metal parts. The pillows are original without more serious defects.
Minimalism chair. Authentic armchair is part first collection rediscovered UP Závodu. The chairs made in year 1940. The item made of wood, PU foam, and new upholstery. Very good condition.
The item made of metal, and leather. The chair is marked. Leather is without damage. Very good condition.
1970s Maker: Kamenický Šenov The chandelier has patina (see the pictures) One glass damaged (absolutely not seen when hanging).
Very nice style of lighting. 11 balls. Space Age style. Marked by a label of VEB Wohnraumleuchten. Very good original condition.
- From a hotel in Prague - 5 balls from opaline glass - Diameter of ball is 30 cm - Very representative - Nice style of lighting - 8 pieces available - Very good original condition.
This bookcase was designed by František Mezulánik for UP Závody in circa 1963. The bookcase is in good condition. Labeled by the maker. The surface has been cleaned, newly stained and repolished.
Chairs by Niels O. Møller Mod. 78 (old version), made in Denmark. Very good original condition. Newly upholstered in quality fabric.
This lounge armchair was made in circa 1935 by UP Závody Brno, Czech Republic. Armchair is in good condition. Fabric was reupholstered 5 years ago. Bentwood armrest are in original good condition (stained in dark walnut color).
Art glass vase by Frantisek Vizner for Skrdlovice, Czech, circa 1970. Those vases took part in Czech exhibition in Expo Osaka 1970. Weight: 2,6kg.
Art glass vase by Jaroslav Svoboda for Skrdlovice, Czech, circa 1980, signed. Weight: 5kg.
Vintage floor lamp was made by Kamenický Šenov in Czechoslovakia in circa 1955. Lamp has ingenious foot-switch. Electric installation has been checked. Original good condition.
- 1950s, Czechoslovakia. - Beautiful bright colors. - Cleansed by professional.
Pair of ribbed clamshell-shaped mercury glass shades, circa 1930s. One painted blue. Priced and sold separately. €132 per item
This chair was made in the Czech Republic during the 1860s by Thon company (before Thonet). Legs and bentwood armrests are made from beech wood and have been repolished. Good original fabric upholstery with no holes.
- 1950s, Czechoslovakia - double-sided - original condition
Iconic Secretaire was designed by František Mezulánik for UP Závody in circa 1963. Secretaire features one shelve, three large drawers and a hinged door with inner shelves and one little drawer. The hinged door can be used as a writing...
Original state. Exceptional original gilt Art Nouveau décor.
Original state. Inside the table its needle case with beautiful Art Nouveau décor. Unfortunately, he did not have a knob for easier opening of the needle case.