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These industrial metal studio lamps were manufactured by KAP in the 1950s.
This circular multi-colored glass wall lamp can be dated in the 1960s.
The French architect Jean BALLADUR (1924-2002) created the amazing project La Grande Motte. For this project he also designed the garden lamps in 1969.
This white TC2 lamp was designed by Aldo van den Nieuwelaar in 1969. The lamp was produced by Artimeta since 1972.
Arne Jacobsen designed the AJ Royal pendant lamp for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen in 1957. It was published by Louis Poulsen.
This elegant ceiling pendant was designed by Angelo Lelii for Arredoluce in 1947.
A rosewood sideboard featuring 2 drawers and 2 doors with inlayed handles.
A Swedish teak cylinder roll top desk/bureau designed by Egon Ostergaard in the 1960s. Featuring a pull out desk and a quad cut veneer design on the roll top.
A coffee table designed by E.W. Bach for Toften Møbelfabrik in Denmark during the 1960s. This piece is made out of teak and the shelves and drawers open on both sides. This piece has carved drawer pulls and a unique...
These table lamps were designed in the 1960s by Hans-Agne Jakobsson and manufactured by AB Markaryd in Sweden. Painted white wooden bases with brass accents. Dimensions: height, 47 cm; diameter, 11 cm. Materials: wood, brass. New lampshades in grey.
A rare multifunctional wall unit with bookshelf and bar , manufactured in Italy in 1950's The big credenza has five compartments large and comfortable to use, including a bar, drawers and one with sliding glass door. Some doors are decorated...
Beautiful Peill & Putzler mushroom lamp in frosted glass, 1960s. Very nice condition.
Rare modern Italian round glass plane with iron and brass frame side table. This little and elegant service table are manufactured in Italy in the 1950s. It has a delightful brass handle which makes it easier to move. Round blue...
This Daruma table lamp was designed by Sergi Asti in 1969 – It is made of handblown opaline glass providing for a very warm atmosphere – Part of the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Signed. The...
Modern credenza , manufactured in Cantu', Italy, 1950s This sideboard has an high quality white marble top with pink veins, the body is made of Mable wood and the handles are in brass. We have made a full restoration on...
This midcentury flip-flap dining table seats 4 when closed and 6-8 when open (174cm extended).
This 1950s teak and walnut chest of drawers was designed and manufactured by cabinet maker Alfred Cox, Great Britain.
Vintage furniture set of three chairs. Painted red wood chairs and table with oriental figural motif on the backrests. Maker’s Label reads: Louis Rastetter & Sons, The Solid Kumfort, Fort Wayne, Ind. USA, circa 1920s.
A 1920s Art Deco stainless steel table lamp from Lustrerie Deknudt. A professional electrician has rewired this piece to be in working order. Restoration and Damage Details – Rewired and/or new electrical components Plug type – UK plug (up to...
A 1970s glass and copper pendant light. The light hangs from a black wire and features a wooden square shape at the top. A professional electrician has rewired this piece to be in working order. Plug type – UK Plug...