Raf Verjans steel and mosaic inlaid in a black resin Coffee Table
Coffee table designed by Raf Verjans, Belgium circa 1970. Black steel painted square structure. Aluminum mosaic inlaid in a black resin.
Jean Prouve daybed Cansado Mauritania bed S.C.A.L. circa 1950
Daybed model S.C.A.L. Bed designed by Jean Prouvé from Cité Cansado, Mauritania, Africa. Circa 1958. Structure in black painted bent sheet steel. Wooden headboard and footboard in mahogany veneer fixed by three bolts in black lacquered metal. New mattress with bolster and upholstery with trim and buttons.
Cees Braakman Daybed from the Japanese series UMS Pastoe
Daybed designed by Cees Braakman for UMS Pastoe, circa 1959. Daybed from the Japanese series. Black steel frame with teak wood finish at the ends. New mattress and bolster and new upholstery. Provides utmost relaxation on a quiet afternoon.
Cees Braakman Plywood PB31 Tea Trolley UMS Pastoe Utrecht
Tea cart model nr. PB31 designed by Cees Braakman for UMS Pastoe, 1950. Tea trolley or rolo. 4 bakelite wheels, square base with curved wood (birch wood) elegant arms and black plywood tray.
Arne Jacobsen set of six Danish Ant chairs in rosewood Fritz Hansen
Set of six Rosewood Ant chairs designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen Denmark, circa 1950. The Ant (Danish: Myren) chair. Designed in 1952 by Arne Jacobsen for use in the canteen of the Danish pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk. The Ant was named for its approximate similarity to the outline of an ant with its head raised. Set of six early production rosewood Ant chairs.
Fifties sideboard elegant storage cabinet Belgium made 1950
Sideboard, Belgian manufacturing, circa 1950. Ash wood structure with two doors and four drawers. Raised on black lacquered wooden legs.
Jacobsen Arne set of five Ant Rosewood chairs Fritz Hansen Denmark
Set of five Rosewood Ant chairs designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen Denmark, circa 1950. The Ant (Danish: Myren) chair. Designed in 1952 by Arne Jacobsen for use in the canteen of the Danish pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk. The Ant was named for its approximate similarity to the outline of an ant with its head raised. Set of five early production rosewood Ant chairs.
Cees Braakman teak Desk EU02 from the Japanese series UMS Pastoe
Modernist desk with 2 groups of drawers model EU02 from the Japanese Series. Designed by Cees Braakman for UMS Pastoe. Modernist desk, black metal structure with teak table top and storage compartments, key not included.
Roger Capron Garrigue oval low cocktail table
Oval low table designed by Roger Capron, circa 1970. From the Garrigue series with handcrafted tiles with impressed leaf forms. supported by oval wooden frame.
Pair iron and textured dalle de verre coffee tables circa 1950
Pair iron and glass coffee tables, circa 1950. Black metal structure with original textured slab glass table top.
Tobia Scarpa and Afra Scarpa set of four Leather Dialogo chairs
Set of four dinning chairs, designed by Afra & Tobia Scarpa, model ‘Dialogo’ 1974. Chrome tubular structure with clay color leather seat and backrest.
Willy Rizzo Alveo brown and brass Coffee Cocktail Table 1970
Coffee table designed by Willy Rizzo, circa 1970. Model Alveo. Elegant chocolate brown coffee table with brass corners and central brass bucket that can be used as a dry bar.
Jean Charles and Willy Rizzo travertine and brass dinning table or console
Rectangular dinning table or console, designed by Jean Charles and Willy Rizzo. Circa 1970. Rectangular barrel formed travertine pedestal with polished travertine table top with brass finished corners.
Tobia Scarpa and Afra Scarpa Artona Burl wood Dinning table 1975
Dinning table from the Artona collection. Designed by Afra & Tobia Scarpa for Maxalto a division of B & B Italia. Circa 1975. Console or dinning table, walnut with ebony inlay and burl wood table top.
Tobia Scarpa and Afra Scarpa Coffee table with side tables 1975
Coffee table with integrated side tables from the Artona collection. Designed by Afra & Tobia Scarpa for Maxalto a division of B & B Italia. Circa 1975. Coffee table with side tables in walnut with ebony inlay.
Augusto Savini Pamplona Dinning Chairs for Pozzi 1965 set of six Chairs
Set of six Pamplona dinning chairs. Designed by Augusto Savini for Pozzi Italy. Circa 1965. Refined Rosewood sculptural frame with original brown leather upholstery. The detailed sculptural form reminiscent of the elegant forms and detailing created by Italian master architect Carlo Scarpa.