Diese Wohnzimmergarnitur besteht aus einem Sofa (Höhe 85 cm, Breite 155 cm, Tiefe 70cm) und zwei Sesseln (Höhe 85 cm, Breite 70 cm und Tiefe 72 cm). Sie wurde in Italien in den 1950ern entworfen und hergestellt. Das Set ist mit Samt bezogen und in einem guten Vintage Zustand.
Dieses Set, bestehend aus zwei Ledersesseln, wurde in den 1940ern im Stil von Queen Anne entworfen. Jeder Sessel verfügt über hölzerne Kabriolbeine und geschwungenen Armlehnen aus Holz mit brauner Lederpolsterung. Die Sessel haben eine schöne Patina und befinden sich im guten Vintage Zustand.
Unser Produkt smart Lounge-Sessel Garda gibt es in den Farben: weiß - Der Hersteller smart ist bekannt für die hohe Qualität der verwendeten Materialien.Maße (cm): · Breite: 125 · Höhe: 85 cm · Tiefe: 93.· Aktion: Newsletter-Anmeldung 10€ Willkommens-Gutschein. · Aktion: 0% Finanzierung im Online-Shop, eff. Jahreszins und gebundener Sollzinssatz (jährl.) 0,00 % bis zu 50 Monate. Ab einer Finanzierungssumme von 100€. ·Aktion: 3% Kundenkarten-Rabatt.· Der Artikel befindet sich in...
This pair of vintage easy chairs was designed by Grete Jalk and produced in Denmark during the 1950s by Glostrup Møbelfabrik. They are made from solid Bangkok teak with reupholstered cushions in Hallingdal woolen fabric from Kvadrat. The pieces remain in an excellent condition with hardly any trace of wear and use.
This model FB18 Scissor lounge chair was designed in 1957 and manufactured in the 1950s.
This pair of Korium KM 3/1 armchairs was designed by Tito Agnoli for Matteo Grassi. Both are upholstered with 2.2 - 2.5. mm thick black leather.
- Pair of 1940s lounge chairs - Made in Italy - Dyed wooden frames - Wool upholstery
- Italian lounge chairs from the 1940s - Polished wooden structures - Beige velvet upholstery - Attributed to Osvaldo Borsani
This pair of Swedish lounge chairs was made in the 1960s. Both chairs retain the original fabric in a dark turquoise color. The lounge chairs have two copper leg covers each.
This pair of lounge chairs is believed to have been produced in the 1940s or 1950s. They are made from solid walnut, and have been painted. The seat is made from natural fibers.
Pair of lounge chairs by Elias Svedberg for NK (Nordiska Kompaniet), upholstered with aquamarine velvet. These lounge chairs are among pieces that Elias Svedberg created for NK´s more exclusive range of furniture in the 1940s. Elias Svedberg was an architect and designer with a long career at NK. In the mid-1940s he and Lena Larsson began to develop the very successful ´´Triva´´ line, consisting of quality furniture that was sold in flat-packed and assembled by the customer— a concept...
These club chairs were designed and produced in France during the 1940s. The chairs are made from cognac leather held together with metal pins and mounted on wooden legs.
This pair of lounge chairs by Otto Schulz was manufactured in the 1930s-1940s. They feature white upholstery with studs and curved backs with buttons as well as mahogany legs.
This is a pair of easy chairs made in Sweden in the 1940s. Each chair features a wooden frame and is upholstered with the original fabric. One of the chairs is slightly higher that the other one (the tallest one measures 84cm).
This set of four lounge chairs are thought to have been produced in Italy, around the 1960s. This model has very comfortable seats and does not swivel. The chairs are made with sturdy brown leather seats with armrests, sitting on an aluminum base.This vintage item would sit well in both modern and vintage interiors.
This set of two minimalistic lounge chairs was made in Italy in the 1950s. Metal frame and upholstered with white fabric.
This pair of easy chairs or cocktail chairs dates from the 1940s and was designed by Otto Schultz for Boet in Sweden.
- Set of 2 lounge chairs with red baroque flowered fabric - The chairs stand on tapered teak legs and have teak inlays on armrests - The metal springs in the back are sensible