This British gold velvet armchair has a wide seat and padded armrests for enhanced comfort. It has been reupholstered.
This mid-century armchair was manufactured by Pieff of Worcestershire (British). It is made from chromed tubular metal and leather with a buttoned back. The cushions are removable and the chair has light marks consistent with age and use.
This Norwegian-designed Rock ‘n’ Rest armchair in original fabric was produced in the 1960s by British company Gimson and Slater, and adopts different reclining positions.
- Pair of safari chairs designed by Maurice Burke in the 1960s - Produced by British manufacturer Arkana - Teak structure - Seat and back in cognac leatherette - Black sleepers are made of metal
This chair was designed by Pierre Guariche, who was part of the French avant-garde after the war, proposing to mix aesthetic appeal with functional necessity. This armchair, produced by Steiner in the 1950s is a minimalist design: the armrests are an extension of the compass base. The S640 chair combines elegance with studied comfort; its pure lines cement it as part of the French modernism of the middle of the 20th century. The structure of the chair is in a light solid wood with visible...
This vintage Dutch industrial large lounge chair is made of faux wicker with chromed metal and black leather.
This French armchair is handmade from natural fibers.
This pair of French armchairs was made around the 1960s and is upholstered with a brown and white fabric.
This pair of French armchairs in oak with new upholstery was produced circa 1960 in France.
A decorative pair of French white-painted and parcel-gilt bergeres, re-upholstered in vintage silk.
This pair of 19th-century French walnut armchairs is upholstered in a neutral Irish linen with studs.
This decorative French rattan chair was designed in the 1960s.
- Set of 2 ´fauteuil club´ French Armchairs - Upholstered in brown faux leather
This pair of early 20th century French carved beech armchairs has been newly reupholstered in a neutral linen.
These monochromatic grey velvet armchairs feature their original structure and typical French passementerie details on either side.
This pair of 19th century French provincial walnut armchairs feature rush seats and fitted squab cushions.
- French armchair from the late 1920s - The chair is fully original and has no restorations - This chair has a low seat height of about 30 cm
This French Provincial-style armchair was produced around the 1950s, and was freshly reupholstered using an original Kantha quilt from Eastern India.