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A British-made and designed reclining lounge chair by Greaves and Thomas of Mayfair produced, circa 1960s. With beautiful curved solid Afrormosia (African Teak) arms and angled legs, this chair has recently been reupholstered in an Italian velvet.
Scandinavian Modern designed, rare teak and leather model Roundette dining table and six chairs. The table expands from a round that accommodates four chairs neatly tucked around its outer rim, up to an expansive roundel which you can then pull...
PK 22 low lounge chair designed in 1956. Beautifully patinated Cognac leather seat on stamped polish steel frame. Poul Kjaerholm was one of the leading post war Scandinavian designers. Frame impressed with Manufacturers Mark. This chair is an early edition...
Beautiful 1950s pendant lamp with six brass arms ending in six black painted perforated iron shades and another six brass arms ending in massive little brass balls. The central stem ends in a long cone trim. Lamp has been fully...
Desk lamp designed and manufactured by Fase, Madrid, 1960s. Made in metalic grey and black enameled steel. Original trade mark engraved at the base. It has swivel base, adjustable lamp shade and two bulbs. The shade has a glass difusser...
Set of two Bitossi vases, one rectangular and one cylindrical. Designed by Aldo Londi during the 1960s. The rectangular one has few chips one the edges (see pictures) they are very small and not noticeable at first sight, the cylindrical...
This Wall-mounted reading or working lamp was designed by Khristian Dell in the 1930s, for Kaiser Idell, in Germany. It has two arms intersected and adjustable. It rotates from the wall from left to right and the shade also turns...
J64 chair in original conditions. Spindle back and a nice wide seat, four conic-shaped legs. Overall chair is in very good conditions except for a tiny scratch at the edge of the seat as shown on pic. And wear at...
Very elegant lighting design by Louis Kalff for Dutch lighting company Philips. Metal wall sconce made of sheet folded metal, painted black and white. The light brings contours of light through the openings between the metal segments, and provide a...
Set of 2 plastic chairs designed by Carlo Bartoli for Kartell, Italy. The chairs are white in color, with removable legs for compact storage. This piece is constructed of rugged, scratch resistant polypropylene, making it suitable for indoor or outdoor...
Writing desk designed by Studio BBPR, formed by the initials of four Italian architects-designers: Gian Luigi Banfi (1910-1945), Ludovico Belgioso (1909), Enrico Peressuti (1908-1976) and Ernesto Nathan Rogers (1909-1968.) It was manufacured by Olivetti, Italy in the 1960s. The desk...
Beautiful dual-arm halogen floor lamp. Individually height adjustable and finished in a satin rose gold. Two position switch. Very good condition, 1980s.
Medical display showing a cross-section of skin. Produced in West Germany by Somso during the 1960s as a teaching aid for medical students. Mounted to a wooden backboard fitted with hooks to hang it from a wall, this would make...
A modern Classic. This large table lamp design Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen Denmark. Acrilic impressive in sizes and sphere so 1970s. This example is the original from the 1970s. Signed. Very good condition.
Very simple strong design attributed ,Vittoriano Vigano Italy .this brass floor lamp .70s .
Amazing Verde Nilo glass table mirror in the manner of Fontana Arte. Circa 1940. The item has been cleaned and restored in the original colors as you can see on the pictures.
Three Art Deco wall sconces made in Italy in 1930. Glasses are in perfect conditions, brass it’s in original patina. They work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
Siesta Chair is designed by Ingmar Relling and produced by the Norwegian company Westnofa. The wooden structure is in great condition. The back and the seat are placed on a fabric stretched by cords, which contribute to the flexibility of...
A rectangular table attributed to Romeo Rega. Made in Italy in the Seventies, it’s in good conditions overall.
Particular two-light wall sconces, the brass is in his original patina, the hand engraved glasses are in perfect conditions. They work 110-240 volts and need two regular e14 bulbs.
Manufactued by Casala, Germany in 1976. Very nice state.
Gio Ponti style Italian armchair, recently upholstered in pink velvet, brass feet are in original patina.
Amazing set of two brown and gold Murano glass wall sconces, made by Barovier Seguso e Ferro in the 1960s. Glasses are in perfect conditions and brass it’s in original patina that creates a vibrant vintage look.
Christophe Gevers (1928 – 2007) was a prominent Belgian interior architect and designer. This minimalist table lamp is made of bent transparent perspex with a stainless steel lampshade.
This minimalist Scandinavian table lamp was designed by Uno & Östen Kristiansson for Luxus in Sweden in the 1960s.
This space age desk was designed by Vittorio Parigi & Nani Prina for Molteni, Italy.
This is a stylish aluminium and wood chandelier with five cubic Murano glass by Mazzega. It works with both 110 and 220 Volt.
Stylish pair of wall lights by Longobard, in green iron and hammered glass.