Rietveld Wim Reply drafting table and Kramer Friso Result chair
Drafting table Reply designed by Wim Rietveld and Friso Kramer Result chair, period 1956. Inspired by Jean Prouvé. The table can be adjusted in height. Can be used as office desk or as architect table. Wim Rietveld received for the design of the drafting table in Brussels the 'Golden Sign' or 'Signe d'Or'.
Chrome floor lamp reading lamp circa 1970
Chrome floor lamp with adjustable stem in height and shade that can be moved in any requested direction. Circa 1970.
Cidue Cocktail table with mirror top central planter
Stainless steel cocktail table or coffee table shilling designed by Cidue. Smoked mirror top with central stainless steel bucket that can be used as a dry bar is reflected onto the mirrored glass top to create a beautiful effect of reflected forms.
Etched brass side table by Georges Mathias
Etched brass side table by Georges Mathias, featuring a abstract tooled (hand etched) surface pattern. For the cocktail table by Georges Mathias.
Ole Wanscher Colonial Easy chair P. Jeppesen
Elegant easy chair or called the Colonial chair in Brazilian rosewood. Designed by Ole Wanscher for P. Jeppesen, 1949. The back of the chair is similar to that of the English ladder-back chairs of the 1750s and 1760s. The seat is made of woven cane, and the cushion made of leather filled with feathers.
Eugenio Gerli 4 lounge chairs Tecno Milano
4 Lounge chairs from the 142 series (Tecno icons) in Alcantara upholstery, designed by architect Eugenio Gerli for Tecno Milano 1966. Eugenio Gerli worked closely and regularly with Osvaldo Borsani.
Black industrial cylinder pendel Eila and John Meiling Louis Poulsen
Industrial black cylinder lamp designed by Eila and John Meiling for Louis Poulsen, circa 1960. Tube lamp in black metal and white reflection inside.
Industrial Cafeteria or dinning table 1960
Industrial cafeteria or dinning table. Formica table top with broken white metal structure and compass legs at the end. Circa 1960. For the Industrial Revolt chairs.
Friso Kramer 4 Industrial Revolt chairs Ahrend de Cirkel 1953
4 Maroon and grey Revolt chairs, Designed by Industrial designer Friso Kramer in 1953 for Ahrend de Cirkel. Grey metal structure and maroon fiber seating and backrest. The name Revolt comes from Revolutionary chair. Literature: Friso Kramer, Industrieel Ontwerper, pages 17, 30, 31, 77. For the industrial table.
White Rattan dinning chairs and table Missoni Fabric
White painted rattan, a solid jungle vine from the orient with a natural beauty. Dinning set, table with smoked glass table top and 4 matching chairs with upholstered Missoni fabric, circa 1980. Would be a nice addition to the terrace or pool house.
Alfredo Barbini Spherical glass table lamp Murano
Spherical table lamp in white glass on a chrome feet, marked with 'Barbini Murano'. Alfredo Barbini is one of Murano's leading figures of the twentieth century and was awarded the 'Osella d´Oro' by Venice´s Associaziona degli Industriale. The table lamp creates a nice atmosphere of diffused light.
Tobia Scarpa Nictea ceiling lamp Flos
Pendant lamp in white lacquered metal, Nictea. Designed by Tobia Scarpa for Flos, 1961. Filtered light trough perforations and concentrated light downwards through louvered glass lens.
Hans Agne Jakobsson set of Glass Sconces AB Markaryd
Set of 2 sconces light fixtures each featuring a clear glass globe with inside a brass body with perforated brass light diffuser. Designed by Agne Jakobsson for AB Markaryd. Creates a nice atmosphere of diffused light.
Graphic modern Belgian cocktail bar 1970
Graphic modern cocktail bar, Belgium made. Graphical front panel. On the back side shelves for beverage, glasses and bottles storage, on top orange laminated formica.
Adjustable Raak Globe Sphere 2000 floor lamp
Raak glass fume floor lamp (Globe 2000), produced by Raak Amsterdam, period of manufacturing 1970, glass fume globe supported by a chrome structure on a adjustable stem and black painted foot.
Hans Wegner set of four Heart chairs 4103 Fritz Hansen 1952
Four heart chairs FH-4103 designed by Hans J. Wegner for Fritz Hansen in 1952. Oak frame and leather upholstery. Seats are heart shaped, this is an early version and no longer in production.