Pair of Jorge Ferrari Hardoy Butterfly chairs. These classic outdoor chairs can be used indoors as well. The chairs have newly made natural canvas sling seats made according to the original. The Icelandic sheep skins shown in the pictures are not included.
- Mid-century modern coffee table / storage box - Produced by Vilka in Finland during the 1950s - Made of rosewood and has storage space inside - Features its original black leather handles to open the storage area - Rosewood top has been professionally restored
- Georges Tigien coffee table, 1960s - In lacquered wood and plastic thread - The plastic laces are made by the French manufacturer Prenas
This coffee table was designed by Jind?ich Halabala in the 1940s. It’s widely known as the Spider table because of its shape. Jind?ich Halabala helped create a new mass-market approach to home design and furnishing in Czechoslovakia in the interwar period and after the Second World War. He believed furniture could and should be well-finished, fully functional, modular, mobile, and widely affordable. As chief designer of the large Brno-based furniture producer United Arts and Crafts Manufacture...
This vintage coffee table was designed by Louis van Teeffelen and Jaap Ravelli for Wébé. The organically designed table features a tile inlay.
This commode was produced in France in the 1970s. It is upholstered in faux-ostrich leather and is in very good vintage condition.
This sideboard was produced by May Furniture in Germany in the 1930s, in the Art Deco and Bauhaus styles. It is made from solid wood with mahogany veneer and a maple interior. All locks are intact and a key is supplied.
- Easy chair by Andre Cordemeyer, 1959 - Produced by Gispen - Industrial mid-century modern Dutch design - The frame is original and made of black lacquered round metal - The chairs have the orignal dark solid wenge armrests and original black floor caps - The pieces are new upholstered in a light fabric - Comfortable seating
This coffee table was manufactured by Wébé Meubelen in the 1960s. Webe was inspired by the famous ceramic artist, Roger Capron. The tile inlay has been glazed and printed with leaves. The frame is made from metal and has teak feet. The table has had one small restoration in a single tile and the frame shows some spots with rust. The table remains in a good vintage condition and is labeled with the Webe logo.
This model 751 coffee table, designed by Ico Parisi for Cassina in 1961, is made from rosewood and has a glass top. The glass top is new. A broken piece of the table has been restored and the restoration is almost invisible.
A capacious Danish teak sideboard made by Axel Christensen Oder (ACO Møbler) during the 1960s.
This rosewood sideboard features four pullout drawers, a chrome base, and a body in rosewood.
This Dutch Modernist sideboard, model KW95, was designed by Martin Visser for ´t Spectrum in 1965. It was in production between 1965 and 1971. This is the longest version, at 2.365 m wide. The sideboard is in wenge wood with white laminated sliding doors and 4 shelves behind, which can be adjusted in height. The sideboard was painted in red and its been fully restored to its original condition. There´s some minimal red paint residue in the deep pores of the wood (almost invisible, see...
Round Danish teak coffee table designed by Johannes Andersen for Silkeborg Møbelfabrik during the 1950s/60s.
This is the armchair model Gala designed by Franco Albini. It was manufactured by Bonacina and Co in Italy in 1951.
- Black Buffalo leather sofa and two accompanying easy chairs - Danish furniture producer - Three-seater sofa upholstered in black buffalo leather with white stitching - Mahogany-stained beech base - The width of the easy chairs is 70 cm - The other measurements are the same as of the sofa
A sideboard made out of cream colored oak. The symmetry of this design combined with the graphical pattern on the doors adds a brutalist expression to this sideboard. It contains plenty of storage with shelves on the inside and 4 drawers in the middle.
A solid teak coffee table that has no label but is reminiscent of Arne Halvorsen work for Rasmus Solberg, Norway. This simple well proportioned piece is made from solid teak with a rich color. In very good original condition this piece has been carefully cleaned and finished with oil.