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.
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 Togo living room set was designed by Michel Ducaroy in 1974 and was manufactured by Ligne Roset in France. It has been reupholstered in genuine graphite leather and is made up of the following pieces, each with the original Ligne Roset logo and genuine bottom: - One three seater couch (70 x 172 x 102 cm) - One two seater couch (70 x 131 x 102 cm) - One corner couch (70 x 102 x 102 cm)
This Scandinavian three-seater sofa is upholstered in red leather.
This two-seater sofa is upholstered in light brown leather and was designed by Mogens Hansen in Denmark.
- Ledersofa, 2 Plätzer - Gestell Flachstahl, mattverchromt - Korpus mit braunem Leder bezogen - Lose Sitz- und Rückenkissen mit Daunen gefüllt - Sehr guter Zustand mit normalen Gebrauchsspuren
- Sturdy vintage leather padded lounge sofa - A design by Geoffrey Harcourt for Artifort - Period: 1960/1970s - In a grey tone - This sofa has a good seating comfort - Considering the age still in very good vintage condition
This three-seater sofa from the 1980s was designed and produced by Mogens Hansen in Denmark and features tan leather upholstery.
This 1960s Danish leather sofa was designed and manufactured by Skippers Møbler. The sofa is upholstered in genuine soft tan leather with typically Skippers button and stitch detailing to all cushions. The sofa is raised upon a Beech plinth base.
- Vintage leather modular sofa - Designed by Luciano Frigerio - Composed of nine mahogany wood modules and two matching coffee tables - Structure in an excellent condition - Signs of age and wear on leather seats - Some lacerations to leather that were repaired and reinforced from the inside (as photographed) - This preserves the originality of the piece and makes it usable - Cleaned - Sizes below are per module
This Danish 2-seater sofa was designed in a style reminiscent of Grete Jalk and is upholstered with black leather.
- Corner sofa with modular elements designed by Luciano Frigerio for Frigerio Desio - Features walnut stained wood and foam cushions with fabric upholstery - Manufactured in Italy, 1970s-1980s
This DS88 from De Sede (Switzerland) has 4 basic elements with cushions and two boxes, to be used as (side)table or ottoman. There is one backrest and two backrest cushions. For lounging there is a triangle cushion, and 4 smaller cushions that can be used as armrests or headrests.
This Post and Beam sofa with an ash wooden frame was designed by John Saladino for Dunbar in the USA in the 1960s. It was reupholstered in oil treated chemical free leather, the cushions are down filled.
- Three-seater leather sofa designed by Arne Norell and made in the 1960s - The frame is made from solid beech - Side sections and back are made from rattan - Comfortable upholstery - Worn brown leather - The sofa is in very good vintage condition
This de Sede model DS-101 sofa with a heavy duty frame made in wood and metal is covered with thick brown neck leather, with seams made of braided leather bands. The seats can be separately pulled out, resulting in a greater depth.
This three-seater sofa is the model 872 and was designed by Gianfranco Frattini in 1957. The piece was then put into production in 1958 in Italy by Cassina and is finished in dark brown buttoned leather with nickel plated legs and supports with rosewood inserts. The design is documented in the Gianfranco Frattini online archive.
Black leather sofa by Rodolfo Dordini for Minotti.