Hand tufted bouclé rug. approx. 400 x 260 cm (157 x 102 in). design Monroe 16 by Gunilla Lagerhelm Ullberg for Kasthall. Pink/red with glittery intrusions. Pile: 65% wool, 20% polyester, 14% linen, 1% Lurex Base: Polyester Backing: Polypropylene and...
Large transparent glass and chrome centerpiece bowl Italy, 1970s
1970s Original Astonishing Man Ray "Le Beau Temps" Limited Edition Lithograph
1970s Original Gorgeous Victor Vasarely Op Art Limited Edition Lithograph
1970s Original Gorgeous Man Ray "Shadows" Limited Edition Lithograph
1970s Original Astonishing Victor Vasarely Op Art Limited Edition Lithograph
A large table lamp of German origin from the 1980s, designed by Egon Hillebrand for the Leuchtenfabrik Hillebrand manufactory. A tall, massive lamp with a large shade. The lamp base is made of chrome-plated metal, the glass lampshade is made...
The Hollywood Regency ceiling lamp was produced by the Lustry Kamenický Šenov n.p. factory. in Czechoslovakia in the 70s. Lamp with a lampshade made of bleached glass, in an interesting modernist shape. It is suspended on a rigid steel spike...
An iconic table lamp by Felice Antonio Botta, manufactured in Italy in the Seventies, the full heavy plexiglass cube it’s in perfect conditions. Cube lamp dimensions without lampshade are height 35 cm, side 20 cm, it works 110-240 volts aand...
Wall lamp or plafond type 3124 designed by Helena Tynell for Glashütte Limburg, made in Germany at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s. Plafond with a crystal glass shade, massive with a characteristic bubble pattern, mounted on a steel,...
Interesting, organic-shaped black plate type 5546 designed by Jaroslav Beránek for the Glassworks Skrdlovice Czechoslovakia in 1955. Smoke-colored boro-crystal glass bowl, hand-formed.
A hand-made glass vase, type 66/3/17, designed by Jozef Hospodka for Chribska Sklarna Borské sklo, Nový Bor, in the mid-1960s.
Plafond, designed by J. Hurka, Napako, Czechoslovakia, 1960s
A beautiful vintage floor lamp with wooden slat. It comes from France and was produced around the 1960s.
Modernist chandelier type Z-1005/4, manufactured in Poland by Elektrotechniczna Spółdzielnia Inwalidów Rencista. The lamp is made of copper-clad steel. A chandelier without a lampshade, designed so that the bulbs are not only a source of light, but also blend in...
The floor lamp was produced in Poland in the 70s. The lamp is handcrafted, partly from components manufactured by ZAOS. The structure is made of black metal rods with a golden wooden shelf, white glass shade.
The coffee table was designed by Karel Musil and comes from Czechoslovakia from 1966. It was produced by Jiton Soběslav n.p., závod Stary Plzenec The table has undergone renovation, the woodwork is hand-covered with shellac polish. Interesting low table or...
Brusel style chandelier produced in the 1950s by Lustra, e.g. Kamenický Šenov Czechoslovakia. The lamp is height adjustable. The lampshade is made of bleached glass, the fittings are made of brass, with nickel-plated elements, and the cable is braided with...
The new look coffee table, type 1237, was produced in the 1970s by the German factory Jese Mobel. The table top is made of red furniture board, the legs are made of beech massif.
Lamp "DollyA 200" by King & Miranda Design for Arteluce, Italy 1976's.
'Sholapur' sculpture vase / centerpiece Michele de Lucchi for Up & Up, Carrara Italy, 1985
Instant Classic – This ‘Nomos’ desk was designed by Norman Foster and produced in Italy by Tecno in 1987. The conference table or desk looks amazing with high tech space detailed: consists of a chromed futuristic metal construction with solid...
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.
Designed by Toshiyuki Kita for famous italian furniture brand Cassina in 1980s. Armchair with adjustable positions. Steel frame, padding in cfc-free polyurethane foam and polyester wadding. Feet in black plastic material. Side knobs adjust the back, the headrest is divided...
This dining chair or side chair was designed by Giancarlo Piretti for Castelli in 1955. The frame is made of cast aluminum, and is upholstered in original fabric with some signs of wear. This vintage item has no defects, but...
Model Moël is designed in 2007 by famous french designer Inga Sempe. Manufactured by Ligne Roset, France. Model is still in production. Item is the biggest version of Moël – called Large Settee. Fabric can be uncovered for cleaning. Sofa...
Felix designed in 1985 by Burkhard Vogtherr for Arflex, Italy. Metal structure covered with moulded polyurethane foam. Springing by means of elastic straps. Legs in steel with nylon black feet, height adjustable. Items are newely reupholstered.
Peter Van Der Ham designed F766-5 The Wave model lounge chair for Artifort in 1985. Composed of a black fabric and a black grooved steel base. Reclining backrest position. Newely reupholstered.