This tubular Modernist Coffee Table is believed to be designed and produced in the 1930’s by Slezak Furniture Company in former Czechoslovakia as model ST44.
This flower stand is a prime example of the Avant-garde Modernist aesthetic of the 1930's. . In the 1920's and 1930's there were many variations of flower stands designed by different architects and produced by various manufacturers. It was a...
Set of 3 gorgeous Bauhaus cantilever chrome-plated tubular steel chairs, model S15, designed by Fritz August Breuhaus de Groot for Slezákovy závody in the 1930s in Czechoslovakia.
Rare WAS Benson table lamp with vaseline glass shade by J.Powell.
Rare Dutch modernist desk chair by Theo de Wit for EMS Overschie.
Rare Bauhaus oak folding dining table, model ST1, designed by Robert Slezák for Slezákovy závody in Czechoslovakia, 1940s.
Bauhaus chrome-plated tubular steel cantilever leather armchair, model S411, designed by Willem Hendrik Gispen for Mücke Melder in Germany, 1930s.
This Modernist Lounge chair was produced in the late 1930's by The Gottwald Company in Czechoslovakia. Gottwald gained a licence from Thonet to sell chairs similar to Thonet's K 411 armchairs.
Plywood table / stool and tray. 1930s
1950s Rietveld style wall cabinet.
This Modernist Chrome table lamp was produced by NAPAKO Company in the 1930’s but was originally designed by lighting engineer Miloslav Prokop for the Vorel Praha Company.
This is a Modernist Wall light produced in 1930’s and is in it’s original condition. It’s a lovely reminder of the elegant times of the past but at the same time the light is still as modern and striking as...
A recently completely refurbished Modernist Side Table originally produced in the 1930’s. Due to its smaller size, the table was mainly used at the time as either a stand for a radio, a make up table or as a drinks...
Scandinavian 20th century vintage rya rug. 200 x 142 cm (79 x 56 in) Rya (long pile/shag pile) technique, wool on wool. Design by Ingrid Sterling, for Aug.Johansson Mark & Co. AB (marks rya). Art deco and Jugendstil inspired pattern...
This is a set of table lamps made of white glass with an interesting orange stripe that gives the lamp its unique look.
Bauhaus style side table made in Kovona Czechoslovakia in the 70s. Completely restored to semi gloss. Chrome is original, cleaned, patina visible on the pictures.
Bauhaus style console side table made in Kovona Czechoslovakia in the 70s. Completely restored to semi gloss. Chrome is original, cleaned, patina visible on the pictures.
Dining table, two chairs and two stools. 1980s in the manner of Gerrit Rietveld.
Coffee table in stained wood with basic architecture. Bauhaus style.
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.
Bauhaus chrome plated coat rack designed by Hyněk Gottwald in the 30s. It features a full-chrome structure with round tips at the ends and umbrella holder. It's in very good original condition, cleaned and polished. Patina visible on the pictures.
Functionalist chrome and glass flower stand made in Czechoslovakia in the 30s. Glass shelves are new, chrome was cleaned and polished, patina visible on the pictures.
Adjustable desk lamp by Dernier & Hamlyn. Uk, 1930s
Dining set in the style of Gerrit Rietveld and De Stijl.
German Modernist abstract rug.
A beautiful console table, model B12, designed by Marcel Breuer for Thonet in the 1930s.
Bauhaus plywood and walnut armchair, model K10, designed by Robert Slezák for Slezákovy Závody in Czechoslovakia, 1930s.
Vintage S43F wooden chair designed by Mart Stam for Thonet in the 30s. One of the first models produced, due to the details. The wood was completely restored to semi-gloss. Chrome plating is original, it was cleaned, patina here and...
Sideboard by Didier Rozaffy for ‘Les Meubles Oscar’
Functionalist console side table B12 designed by Marcel Breuer for Thonet in the 30s. The table was completely restored, chrome was polished and it’s in very good condition with patina here and there due to its age. Wooden desks were...
A pair of functionalist cantilever armchairs, model S441 designed by W. Gispen for Mücke-Melder in the 1930s. Both chairs were completely restored and reupholstered to the fabric from Febrik NL. Patina on the metal construction, due to their age, visible...