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A completely refurbished and reupholstered Mid-Century Armchair, originally produced in 1970's.
The cantilever tubular chair was originally designed by the legendary Dutch modernist architect Mart Stam as the model S43, and from the 1920’s it was produced and sold by the Thonet Company in Germany. This particular piece however was produced...
The sideboard with two lockable veneered hinged doors and four black, white and pink Formica drawers, designed by the legendary Czech furniture designer Jiri Jiroutek, is part of the popular U collection manufactured by Interier Praha in the 1960s Czechoslovakia
1950's vintage sideboard made in Germany. Opens with 2 doors 2 drawers and 1 bar. Reinforced compass feet, metal handles. Solid wood, oak veneer. Typical 50s design, wider profile at the top. In good condition.
Stylish Mid-century Modern Italian chandelier by Gaetano Sciolari. It's in solid brass gold painted. It works 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
These Mid-Century Modern rattan chairs were designed by the Swiss designer Gian Franco Legler in 1951 for the Italian Restaurant “The Basket”.
Made in Czechoslovakia by Elektroinstala Decin, 1970s, very good original condition, three bulbs E27, 220V
Magazine Rack by Cor Alons for Gouda den Boer, 1950
Beach folding chair (back rest), early 20th century
vintage Saporiti lounge chair by Giovanni Offredi
Cassina La rotonda dining table
Cassina Veranda 123 sofa set
Midcentury Teak armchairs with a clear blue new fabric upholstery designed by Niels Koefoed - Denmark
Scandinavian Vintage lamp made of metal and prismglasses or discs like a peacock feather - 1970s
Vintage Ceramicvase designed as a smile by Rolf Hansen, Norway 1950s
Nice and blue ceramic vase by Swedish designer Gunnar Nylund for Rörstrand, Sweden. H: 16,5 cm. 10 cmD. Glazed stonewear. 1960-1969. Signed. Gunnar Nylund was a Swedish ceramic designer born in Paris. Nylund was active at Bing & Grondahl Porcelainsfabrik in Copenhagen and as...
Vintage Candlestick holder with seven arms for candles, geometric shape and midcentury design by Lars Holmström, Arvika 1950s.
Stainless Steel vase was by Olav Joa for Polaris, 1970's fom the "Steel Art" series. Scandinavian Design- Norway.
Vintage Steel dish by Olav Joa for Polaris from the 1970's and "Steel Art" series Scandinavian Design
Swedish 1960`s brutalist copper pendant lamp consisting of five pcs cylinder shaped lampshades suspended from a large cable cup on the top.
Swedish Mid-century 1960s table lamp with brass and handblown amber color glass shade supported by a polished brass base.