This large chrome ball coffee table with a smoked glass top was produced in France during the 1970s.
Mit sanften Rundungen sorgt das Sofa ´Lune´ für das richtige Hygge-Gefühl. Auf Klarheit verzichtete der Designer Jaime Hayon trotzdem nicht. So stellt
- Außergewöhnliches Design im Stil von Jean Royère - Aufwändige Unterkonstruktion aus Holz - Schräge Möbelfüße mit kugelförmigem Abschluss - Zweifarbiger Bezugstuff aus Wolle
- Armchair model Troika dating from the 1950s - Seat and back in light grey velvet - Metal base in chrome-plated steel with ball-shaped feet
This small antique commode was produced during the late 19th century, around the 1880s or 1890s. It has three drawers, time-typical embellishments, and ball-shaped feet. The wood has been fully restored (leached, honed, waxed) and new fittings have been added.
This retro 1960s ball type armchair has a white resin body with a red wool blend upholstered button back and seat pad. There is evidence of some general age and wear, some splits and cracks in the finish of the fibreglass body, and the upholstery is a little faded and worn with age.
- Art Deco coffee table by Paul Bromberg for Pander 1931 - Solid teak base and Macassar ebony veneered top - Beveled glass cover - Executed with ball-bearing, enabling the top to rotate - In good original condition with minor wear consistent with age and use, preserving a patina
This space age table was produced in Italy during the 1970s. The table features eight spider arms made from solid polished chrome-plated steel, each resting on or holding up a large chrome ball which are cushioned with a scratch protection made of felt. Across the top of the piece lies a new 19mm thick ´armoured´ glass plate, resting on transparent plastic supports across the base. The chrome is almost like new.