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Mid-century Norwegian tray table with enameled surface and chrome plated steel frames 1962
Mid-century Sheepskin sofa from Vatne Lenestolfabrikk, Norway 1950s.
Florida Sheepskin easy chair from Vatne Lenestolfabrikk, Norway 1950s - with new white and soft sheepskin.
Scandinavian midcentury Florida Sheepskin easy chair - Norway
Furniture designed by Jacob Jensen for Bang and Olufsen, as well as for television, books, records or beautiful objects. At the rear, openings are provided to pass the cables. Model Attyca published in 1986 Timeless design, futuristic and contemporary.
This beautiful and elegant round mosaic top coffee table with brass frame and legs was designed by the German artist and sculptor Berthold Muller (1893-1979). The top has white ceramic stones combined with gold ceramic stones on the outer frame...
Big and Round pine mirror diameter 100 cm - Sweden 1950s.
Classic midcentury lamp with perfect brass perforated shade and frosted glass by Paavo Tynell
Midcentury stoneware vase with a rustic look in grey, brown, beige and black by Carl Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand
Six Scandinavian design rosewood diningchairs from Norway 1960s with newly upholstered seats in black leatherette.
Three Mid-Century Modern wall sconces made in Italy in the 1950s in the manner of Gio Ponti. Brass in original patina and glasses in perfect conditions. They work 110-240 volts and need a regular e14 bulb.
A cascading chandelier in the manner of Stilnovo made in Italy in the Seventies in perfect conditions. It works 110-240 volts and needs ten regular e14 bulbs.
Stylish Mid-Century Modern chandelier in the style of Stilnovo, six lights in perfect working order. It works with both 110 and 220 Volt and need regular e14 bulbs.
An Italian chandelier in the style of Stilnovo, good conditions overall, original glasses. It works with both 110 and 220 Volt.
Mid-Century modern ceramic dish or bowl of the Kurbits series by Olle Alberius for Rörstrand, Sweden 1960s.
Mid-century deer figurine in jumping position. Chile 1960-70s
This is another design classic of the so called 'Brussels Style', adopted by many Czech households. The table has been designed with careful attention to detail and has got a simple, slender design. The shiny black glass table top contrasts...
These chairs were clearly inspired by Scandinavian aesthetics. The slick, angular shaped form with precise detailing are the main design feature. The designer and producer of these chairs are unknown but they are believed to be made in West Germany...
Midcentury table of solid teak with a darker decorative frame around the whole table.
A Vintage table with the most beautiful stone collection top plate. The tabletop has a perfected matched conglomeration of different Norwegian nature stones in amazing colors.
Vintage small tables with curved shapes, also suitable for wall hanging and makes the perfect pair of walldrawers.
Pair of green vintage ceramic lion candlelight figurines in lying position from the 1920s
Rosewood vintage bar cabinet model SK661 designed by Johannes Andersen and manufactured by J. Skaaning & Son & Brdr. Andersen in Denmark 1950s. Beautiful round decors in the front and on the back and a brass bar footrest in the...
Midcentury stoneware vase with grey, blue and yellow glaze by Ingrid Atterberg for Rörstrand in 1961-1965.
Moose antlers mounted on a wooden plate and decored with brass hooks underneath.
Midcentury beech coffee table designed by David Rosén for Nordiska Kompaniet, Sweden 1940s.
The U-452 Mid Century sideboard with pink and light grey sliding doors, was designed by the legendary Czech furniture designer Jiri Jiroutek, and is part of the iconic U collection manufactured by Interier Praha in the 1960s Czechoslovakia. This piece...
This midcentury table can be folded and unfolded on each side then raised in higher position.
Beautiful rosewood vintage sideboard Credenza by Karl-Erik Ekselius
Art Deco wall mirrors with nice ligthning in the back.
Vintage bar cabinet 'Baccus' by Torbjørn Afdal for Bruksbo A/S Norway - made of rosewood and black formica.
Jug-handled vintage vase with an earth coloured circle motive around the body
This is one of the most iconic pieces of 1960’s Czech design. This piece perfectly embodies the elegance of the so-called Brussels Style, named after Expo 1958 in Brussels where Czechoslovakia won 13 prizes including one in the furniture category.