This F543 armchair was designed by Pierre Paulin for Artifort, circa 1965. It is upholstered in a dark gray fabric which is slightly worn in some places (though no holes to report).
This vintage design coffee table was produced in Denmark during the 1960s. Glass and wood have been used to create a contrast of shape and texture throughout the table. The curved Eiffel tower on the base gives the piece an individual character. A tea trolley can be made from this table if wheels are places under the feet.
This coffee table was designed by Paul Kingma and manufactured in the Netherlands in 1993. This ‘one of a kind’ table is made of high quality stone on a metal base. It is signed P. Kingma ´93. The top is enriched with different materials that the designer has found in different places all over the world, making it a characteristic Kingma piece.
- A dresser with large drawers and cream-colored old paint - This chest of drawers has an antiquated aesthetic and remains functional - It is also very practical: its wide format and its deep drawers make it a capacious piece - The dresser dates from the 1940s - It has been cleaned, checked, and protected by several layers of transparent beeswax - The wood is healthy - The paint is original and is patinated in places - 17 cm drawer height
- Model Penta armchair designed by Jean-Paul Barray for Wilhelm Bofinger in 1970 - Features a steel base and a canvas seat (slightly disjointed in two places) - Seats held by PVC coated fabric band
This Danish design sideboard was produced in the 1960s by the Danish company H.P.Hansen Møbelindustri. The sideboard is made of high quality teak and remains in a very good condition. the piece comprises four drawers with two sliding doors, and has a round modern shape, typical for Danish design. The cabinet has a total of three shelves in the left and right cabinets, and is labeled in two places.
- Glass and metal table in the style of Pierre Guariche from the 1950s - The upper tabletop is made of transparent glass - The lower one is in black granite glass with a layer of foil or original paint beneath the glass top - The base is in black lacquered metal - Screws in a brass color - Upper top with two small bumps and a few shallow scratches (see photos) - The bottom plate is a little discolored on one edge (see pictures) - Paint of the base slightly peeling in places (quite minor and not...
- Butterfly or BKF chair by Bonet, Kurchan and Ferrari (BKF) for Artek Pascoe, USA - The design was manufactured by 3 companies - Artek Pascoe´s version lasted only a few decades until the early 1950s - It was taken over by Knoll International and finally by Airborne - The Artek Pascoe versions are distinguished by the slightly larger frame compared to those of the current Airborne chairs - The covers are of American origin, added most probably later - The fabric is washed out in places, some...
This butterfly armchair or BKF was manufactured by Artek-Pascoe in the 1940s or 1950s. It features a structure in tubular iron and a yellow canvas seat. The cover is of American origin, probably added later. The piece is in good vintage condition, the fabric is washed out in places, some stitching can be a bit worn. The solid iron structure has all the traces of time due to its age, which gives the iron a patina. The Artek-Pascoe edition of the butterfly chair lasted only a few decades until the...