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Wingback armchair designed by Miroslav Navratil Produced by Ton in Bystrice in the 1960s. Constructed from plastic laminate with an iron frame. Newly upholstered.
160L aquarium designed as a coffee table. All technology required for aquarium operation is concealed in its steel stand. Filters in both legs keep the water clean and make the maintenance very easy. Illuminated by LED on both sides of...
Oval decorative steel mosaic wall mirror, nailed bike chain links technique, luxury upcycled. Wooden mirror is made from old oval picture frame decorated by signature decorative technique using bike chain elements individually and densely nailed into the wooden frame. The...
Mirror frame made from luxury silver shine bicycle chains with beautifully shaped links, rivets with a hole and nice X8 stamping. Original and decorative upcycled piece, you can hang on the wall are use as a standing toilet mirror.
The item made of metal, and glass. Diameter of shades are 40 x 7.5 cm. Functional, very good, and original condition.
The item made of cut glass and metal. Made in Czechoslovakia. Diameter dice is 12.5 x 37cm. Original, functional condition.
The item made of chrome and glass. Chandelier have five shoulders. Maker Jílové Decín. Measures: Diameter shades is 20cm. Functional, very good, original condition.
The item made of combination chrome steel and wooden shelf in black varnish. Chrome is in original condition. The shelf’s are refurbished, painted hard polyurethane varnish in high shine. Table made in Slezákovy závody Bystrice pod Hostýnem in Czechoslovakia.
Retro wooden drawer chest, veneer in the style of stained oak, drawers have new coating polyurethan hard varnish to black, white and yellow color. Made in 1960 by the design of Jiri Jiroutka, manufacturer of Interier Praha.
Pair of midcentury armchairs lupine shell. Design yellow chairs. Very comfortable.
- 1970s, Germany - Design: Eugen Schmidt - Marked by paper label - Good original condition (see detail photos) - Table not included.
- 1960s - Maker: Kamenický Šenov / Preciosa - Only one piece - Commissioned work for hotel - Perfect original condition - Brass with patina - Dimensions of scones: 48 x 16 x 17 cm (H x W x D).
- 1960s - Design: Kropácek, Koželka - Original and very good condition - 15 mm thick glass with facets - Published in literature - Rare and not seen variant.
Manufactured by Jacob & Josef Kohn. Plywood decor is attributed to Koloman Moser (1868-1918). Have been restored.
Manufactured in company Jacob & Josef Kohn. Plywood decor is attributed to Koloman Moser(1868-1918). Newly restored, new shellac finish, new canning.
Designed by Josef Hurka for Napako Prague. Nice style of lighting.