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.
The shape and color of this table lamp is instantly recognisable as a 1960s design classic in Czech. It was designed by Stepan Tabera and produced by OPP Jihlava in Czechoslovakia. There were different versions and this particular one is...
This Modernist table lamp was originally designed in Great Britain in the 1930’s by Eric Kirkham Cole. Cole was the founder and head designer of the British electronic company EKCO that specialised in producing radios, and later TV sets by...
An Art Deco/Modernist Bookcase produced in Czechoslovakia in the 1920’s, sourced from a Villa in Brno. The piece was originally commissioned by the owners but the designer and producer of the bookcase is unfortunately unknown to us.
The U-452 Mid Century sideboard with pink and white sliding doors, was designed by the Czech furniture designer Jiri Jiroutek. It is part of the popular U collection manufactured by Interier Praha in the 1960s Czechoslovakia.
This Mid Century dining table is made of solid Ash with a beautiful grain and features tapering slender table legs. It operates as an extendable table, with a full length of 180 cm.