This is an unique Pragotron PK-27 wall clock with distinctive brown outer frame that was produced in small quantities. Its an original industrial wall clock from the 1960s Czechoslovakia.
An original Art Deco Side/Coffee table from the 1930s. The elegant proportions of round tabletops and softly curved legs, together with the dazzling pattern of the walnut veneer makes this piece a truly wonderful example of the sophistication of that...
This Modernist floor lamp was designed by Robert Slezak (sometimes the design is also attributed to the Czech Modernist architect Ladislav Zak) and produced by The Slezakovy Zavody Steel Furniture Company in 1930s Czechoslovakia.
A rare Art Deco Floor Lamp with original lampshade and two low level shelves in great vintage condition.
An original rattan stool designed by architect Alan Fuchs and produced by ULUV in 1961 for an experimental housing project in Prague.
This Art Deco Drinks Cabinet was designed in the 1930’s by Czech Architect Jindřich Halabala. It was instantly a popular piece and remained in production of the UP Brno furniture factory in former Czechoslovakia until the late 1950’s.
A pair of 1950’s Bedside tables made of wood with expressive walnut veneer and elegant black opaxite glass. There are many variations of this popular piece of furniture; it was an essential item for every stylish bedroom of the time.
Officially listed as model H 370 but this coffee table is nicknamed the ‘Spider table’ thanks to the shape of its legs and is a prime example of the modernist aesthetic adopted by many Czech families.
This piece was designed by legendary Czech furniture designer Jiri Jiroutek, and was part of the popular U collection manufactured by Interier Praha in the 1960s Czechoslovakia.