- Model Canada T110 lounge chair designed by Osvaldo Borsani - Produced by Tecno in Italy during the 1960s - Composed of two sides in molded plywood connected by two contoured solid teak crosspieces - Upholstered in its original leather
This extra long sideboard was designed by Poul Cadovius in teak and manufactured by Cado in Denmark in the 1960s and is in very good original condition.
This natural burl wood coffee table features a high gloss tabletop.
This French demilune chest originates from the 19th century. It features typical Louis XVI ornaments, two central drawers, two pull-out drawers and two side doors. The top has the original Carrara marble which is in a very good antique condition. The commode has been fully restored with a new finish in light blue in a Gustavian style.
This 18th century Swedish Bombe commode in bleached elm retains the original hardware. It was produced circa 1760, and has a depth of 54 cm at the top.
This pair of PK 31 lounge chairs by Poul Kjaerholm is made in black leather in very good condition without dryness.
This dining table was designed in 1958 by the famous Danish designer Nanna Ditzel for Poul Kolds Saværk, Denmark. The teak shows a vivid wood grain and the table top is made from veneered teak. The sculptural shaped pyramidal legs are made of solid teak. The table is suitable for six to eight people and the legs can be screwed off for transport. It remains in a good original condition.
Sehr dekorativer runder Couchtisch, hergestellt von Accolay, Frankreich, 1960er Jahre. Crackled Harz mit echten Blättern, Gras und Schmetterlingen in der Harzbasis und Tischplatte eingearbeitet. Der Riss und einige Unregelmäßigkeiten sind im Material und können nicht gefühlt werden. Die Oberfläche ist glatt wie Glas. Der ganz außergewöhnliche kleine Couchtisch bringt den Garten in Ihr Zuhause!
This chest of drawers was designed by Børge Mogensen for FDB in the 1950s. It is made from oak, with brass handles and sits on a solid oak base.
This low coffee table is made from burl wood. It is in good vintage condition.
Dieser Sessel, Modell Sforzesca, wurde 1987 von Studio Simon hergestellt. Er ist mit grauem Leder bezogen und befindet sich in angemessenem Vintage Zustand.
This dining table was designed in the 1960s and produced in Denmark. It is made from teak and extends from 180cm to a maximum of 244cm. It is in very good vintage condition.
This sideboard was designed by Richard Hornby in the United Kingdom during the 1960s. The piece is made from African teak and has been recently restored. The sideboard features four drawers as well as two doors with storage space hidden behind.
- Large square black laminate coffee table - Designed by Willy Rizzo and produced by Mario Sabot, Italy in 1972 - With metal center storage insert
This pair of 1970s armchairs features metal bases, polyurethane foam padding, and orange cotton velvet fabric.
- Coffee table with a shiny brass base curved like a large wave - Original top in smoked glass - Hollywood Regency style - Base is made of four strong square brass rods with a golden shine - Base is height 17in (43 cm), length 34.6in (88 cm), and depth 14.6in (37 cm)
This floating sideboard or wall mounted cabinet from the 207 Series was designed by Helmut Magg in Munich in 1957. This unit comprises two mountable cabinets. It is possible to split up the wall unit, as there are enough supports to mount each cabinet separately. The suspension system is made of new black coated metal supports. The cabinets are original and finished with leather handles. There are both sliding doors and a door that closes with a magnet.
This floating sideboard by Horst Brüning for Behr, of economical design, features brushed aluminum sliding doors, each containing shelves and four drawers.