Oldenbeuving Vintage Design
- 31 Van de Spiegelstraat, Den Haag, Netherlands
Beautiful Peill & Putzler mushroom lamp in frosted glass, 1960s. Very nice condition.
Fun, eye-catching lounge chair / marina buoy mashup. Built using the actual production methods and materials used on real nautical buoys making it very sturdy and resilient (not to mention buoyant). It can be inflated using a basketball pump to...
This Daruma table lamp was designed by Sergi Asti in 1969 – It is made of handblown opaline glass providing for a very warm atmosphere – Part of the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Signed. The...
Two characteristically 1950s lounge chairs featuring antique pink woolen upholstery and a very nicely shaped solid teak frame with floating armrests. Most likely Dutch in origin. The measurements provided are for the larger of the two, the back on the...
Adorable little table lamp in the style of Mategot featuring a brass arm which wraps around most of the base before going up to a horn-shaped lampshade. Still in its original light avocado green paint.
Stunning six-armed chandelier featuring opaline glass lamps with elegantly shaped red brass shades and a black metal frame. Beautifully crafted and detailed. We think it’s a Stilnovo based on the design and construction methods used but we have not been...
original Hala desk lamp
Three piece rattan set consisting of two lounge chairs and a coffee table by Rohe Noordwolde of the Netherlands. The chairs are slightly different sizes and designs for ‘his & hers’ as was the style at the time and the...
Very nice round table designed by Anna Castelli for the Castelli Italy company, 1960. Aluminum foot with a chrome upright supporting a laminate surface with a thick rubber outer rim. Very good condition.
This multipurpose collapsible wall unit was designed by Wilhelm Lutjens for Gouda Den Boer in the 1950s. It can be used as a wall unit, bookcase or a wonderfully airy room divider. These units are becoming more and more rare.
Five of the iconic Panton chairs. These are the early 1960s examples built out of fiberglass reinforced polyester. They’re finished in high gloss white but they have been repainted over the years (they were originally a slightly different shade of...
Four Niels Moller model 67 chairs designed by Niels Otto Moller for J.L. Moller, 1970s. These chairs are one of the J.L. Moller company’s landmark designs. They feature two curved support strips across the backrest, gracefully sculpted arm rests and...