This piece is Danish by design and was manufactured by Horsens Mobelfabrik, Hjornebo. It is made with rosewood veneer, stands on four slightly tapering solid rosewood legs, has sliding doors, and features one long shelf inside. The piece may be used as a record cabinet as it can accommodate LPs.
This 20th century square shaped coffee or side table is composed of a polished brass structure with knotted details around the edges and feet in restored condition. It was made in France during the 1970s in a Hollywood regency style.
This piece was designed by Eileen Gray. Bibendum is a chair reissued by Classicon that was originally designed for the furnishing of the Villa E 1027. Eileen Gray calls this chair Bibendum to emphasize the forms reminiscent of the Michelin man. It is composed of a U-shaped chromed steel tube structure and a seat padded with polyurethane, polyester wadding and covered with leather. Eileen Gray was one of the first to use tubular steel structures like other designers such as Marcel Breuer and...
This coffee table was designed in the 1950s and manufactured by Gispen in the Netherlands. It features a metal base, a yellow wooden magazine shelf and a glass top.
Dieses Set Corona Sessel wurde von Poul M. Volther entworfen und in den 1960ern von Erik Jørgensen Møbelfabrik A/S in Dänemark hergestellt. Die Rahmen sind aus Stahl gefertigt, während die Kissen mit schwarzem Leder bezogen sind. Dieses Set ist in einem sehr guten Vintage Zustand.
-Runder Clubtisch -Tischplatte Holz massiv -einzelne ‘Klötzli’ verleimt -Füsse Stahl schwarz lackiert
This vintage chest of drawers from the Savoie Collection by Regain was produced in the style of Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Chapo.
This vintage sideboard was manufactured by A.H.McIntosh & Co Ltd Of Kirkcaldy Scotland. It was made in 1971 and has a modernist Scandinavian style.
This small coffee table from the Toadstool series was created in the 1960s by Nanna Ditzel. The piece features a circular top in Oregon pine veneer, resting on a central pine foot. It is marked under the foot and remains in a good structural condition.
This set of four mid-century upholstered chairs from the 1960s feature interestingly curved seat backs, metal frames, and suede fabric upholstery. The chairs are reminiscent of works by Piere Guariche, and the upholstery remains in a very good vintage condition.
This Scandinavian style coffee table was produced circa 1960. It has a round table top in blond teak, with a chromed steel base with five legs.
This two-seater sofa by Florence Knoll for Knoll is upholstered in tan leather, and was part of her 1954 lounge collection. The Knoll Studio logo and Florence Knoll´s signature are stamped into base of the frame to guarantee authenticity. It remains in a very good condition, with very little use, and is still firm with only minor age related wear.
These chairs are very heavy, the legs are made of thick, heavy cast aluminum which supports a tough injection molded two-piece hard plastic shell covered in two-tone leather. This design is published in Carlo Belloli´s monograph on Hesterberg´s work entitled ´´Knut Hesterberg, Skulptur, and design´´. The book confirms that these chairs were only produced for a maximum of two years between 1970-71 by the ´Selectform´ atelier in Stuttgart, Germany and were retailed through the...
This two-tiered rectangular golden coffee table features a minimalist design. On the bottom level, there is a smoked mirror and on the upper level, a clear glass top. The frame is 23-carat gold plated metal. It is similar in style to designs by Maison Jansen, circa 1970.
- Lounge chair designed by Pierre Paulin in 1961 - First edition of the Oyster Chair - Only shortly produced until 1965 - Very comfortable seat - Molded and pressed wooden shell with a solid nickel-plated frame - The original foam and fabric are in a very good vintage condition
This small 3-drawered dresser was designed and manufactured in Denmark in the 1960s.
This 5 mm thick Bullhide leather sofa with a retractable seating part was produced by Swiss manufacturer de Sede. The DS 47 model is a design classic and remains in production; this is an original 1970s model with age-worn patination. This is the largest DS 47 model and arrives with a matching ottoman, with a variable depth between 89 and 106 cm.
- This travertine coffee table with a brass base is made by Fedam Belgium during the 1970s - The brass base has a copper-colored finish