6 chairs made by the Danish designer Niels Otto Moller Model type 77 in rosewood (palissandre) reupholstered with in nice olive color fabric Period: end 1950’s Dimensions: Width= 49cm / Depth= 47cm / Height = 77cm weight: 25 to 30kg...
White, lovely and fluffy! These easy chairs have new real white and soft sheepskin upholstery, Norway 1950s.
A pair of armchairs – Molliperma, manufacturer – BSA, Germany in the 1950s. The set was produced by BSA (Bertram Schrot, Allendorf) in the 1950s, under patent number 802269. Wooden frame, elastic used in sitting position and covers a wide...
This veneered ash wood cupboard with a steel base has 2 doors and 2 drawers inside.
Executive office desk by Clausen & Maerus for Eden, 1960s
Industrial dutch design armchair by Wim Rietveld, 1950s
Ceiling lamp by Fontana Arte Model 1748 Lamp by Max Ingrand & Dubé, Italy 1950.
Vintage desk light/draft board lamp with fluorescent tube. France 1950s.
Wonderful round mirror, backlit.
Beautiful pair of ash wood nightstands with glass tops.
With sliding doors and beautiful brass details.
Caesar Lacca's bar service for Cassina, it is mounted in lacquered wood, brass and glass. The upper tray is removable and can be used as a tray, there is a small scratch on the crosspiece and a small chip on...
teak coat rack by Adam Hoff, 1950s
side table by Gispen, 1950s
Heavy brass table lamp base with minimalist stripe decor and carved glass detail in the middle. Features very nice patine.
This is large flexible desk/table/shelf lamp. Due to its size and color it looks very eye-catching. Nice example of space age design.
Scandinavian mid-century rug. 232 cm x 167 cm (7.61 ft x 5.48 ft). Flat weave (Röllakan) technique, wool on linen. Traditional geometric pattern. Hand-woven in Sweden, middle of 20th century. Monogram-signed BW (Berit Woelfer).
Legler Basket Chair pair
A lovely brass wall lamp shaped as a torch with a sculptured brass back plate which gives a beautiful shine when lit. By Swedish designer Lars Holmström, Arvika - Sweden 1950s.
Vintage winding Weimar table clock made in Germany in the 1960s.New clockwork powered by one AA battery. Small faults visible on the pictures. The wood was partially restored, the metal parts were cleaned and polished.
Sunlounger / Deckchair 50s. Red deckchair with black steel frame. Capri couch, Italy 1950s
Beautiful set of 4 birch wood dining chair SZ03, designed by Bengt Akerblom and Gunnar Eklof for Akerblom Stolen, Sweden 1954
A Knoll Antimott armchair manufactured by Wilhelm Knoll in Germany in the 1950’s. The chair has been given new removable cushions and upholstery. Beech wood frame professionally cleaned, newly stained, and sealed with semi- gloss varnish. A metal marking is...
- Unusual curved form and T-legs
These lounge chairs feature a beech frame with an original upholstery and very comfortable spring cushions
Pair of Italian bookcases from the mid-20th century. Furniture in sculpted and ebonized wood of Renaissance style of great impact and quality.
Mid-20th century Dutch armchair. Furniture in carved and hand painted wood of good quality with floral decorations. Lounge chair of excellent proportions with cane seat of discreet comfort.
Elegant Swedish pair of vintage Teak bedside tables with drawers and tilted legs by AB Carlström & Co Möbelfabrik in the 1950s.
French sideboard from the mid-20th century. Art Deco style furniture of pleasant decor carved in walnut and mahogany. Sideboard with three doors and a central drawer of excellent capacity fitted with an internal compartment shelf.
Pair of Italian candlesticks from the mid-20th century. Objects in finely chiseled and gilded brass. 10 lights chandeliers of great size and impact, for antique dealers, interior decorators and collectors.
Italian coffee table from the mid-20th century. Italian design furniture carved in walnut and burl wood. Ideal coffee table to place in a living room equipped with two support shelves of good size and service.
Italian design bookcase from the first half of the 20th century. Furniture carved in beech wood and fruitwood produced by the company Antonio Ferretti of Milan born in 1904.
Italian vitrine from the mid-20th century. High quality furniture in rosewood, palisander, mahogany, walnut, maple and fruitwood. Showcase with three doors, two wooden side doors and a central sliding glass doors