Sideboard Parioli by Lodovico Acerbis and Giotto Stoppino
Sideboard model Parioli, circa 1977. Designed by Lodovico Acerbis and Giotto Stoppino. Cherry wooden paneled doors and construction. Labeled Acerbis, Italy. 3 doors with glass shelves and 4 drawers.
Unique graphic sideboard in mahogany signed by Kint and Fils Gand 1940
Graphic unique sideboard designed by cabinetmakers and decorators J. & E. Kint, Gand. Circa 1940, Belgium. Mahogany wooden structure. Sculptural graphical front doors. Raised on round legs. Signed with "Kint & Fils Gand".
1950s Theo Ruth sectional sofa made by Artifort
Modular seating group designed by Theo Ruth for Artifort 1950. Four elements that can be combined together as a four-seat sofa or used separately as two pair of lounge chairs. Wooden structure with old fashioned quality upholstery coil springs. On aluminum base. With label "Artifort design Theo Ruth". The sofa is in used condition and need to be re upholstered. Interesting for interior project where the fabric should be adapted to the interior.
Office desk or writing desk attributed to Pierre Guariche 1950
Office desk or writing desk. Attributed to Pierre Guariche, 1950. Tubular black painted steel structure. Glass table top. Oak compartment with tree drawers. Together with matching stool, tubular feet and kidney shaped seat in original vinyl upholstery.
Nine zigzag sculptural dinning chairs 1970
Nine zigzag sculptural dinning chairs. Designed circa 1970. Brushed chrome steel structure. Original Wine red vinyl upholstery. Four chairs with armrest and five chairs without armrest.
Guy Lefevre side table Maison Jansen 1970
Side table designed by Guy Lefevre for Maison Jansen, 1970 France. Brass side table with floating green smoked glass table top. For the coffee table.
Guy Lefevre coffee table Maison Jansen 1970
Coffee table designed by Guy Lefevre for Maison Jansen, 1970 France. Brass cocktail table with floating green smoked glass table top. For the side table.
Industrial tree legged stools 1950
Stools (5), circular wine red painted oak top and tree-legged creme white base, circa 1950.
Marcello Cuneo 4 Luisa chrome folding chairs
4 chrome dinning chairs Luisa designed by Marcello Cuneo. With new Alcantara upholstery. All chairs can be fold up to store away. It reminds me and would fit nice in a Archizoom style interior.
Niels Moller Brazilian Rosewood Danish dining table
Round dining table in Rosewood, designed by Niels Møller for J.L. Møller, circa 1960. Table can be extended for six persons. When opened the measurements are 68 inch. Beautifully table with grained solid Brazilian rosewood.
Tom Dixon S-Chair Cappellini limited edition
4 S-Chairs designed by Tom Dixon for Cappellini, 1991. S chairs with dark lacquered metal frame covered with limited edition feltro fabric with black wild roses illustration.
Olivetti Studio BBPR Arco office writing desk 1963
Writing desk, Studio BBPR, formed by the initials of four Italian architects-designers. Gian Luigi Banfi (1910-1945). Ludovico Belgioso (1909), Enrico Peressuti (1908-1976) and Ernesto Nathan Rogers (1909-1968). Period of manufacturing 1963, Olivetti. The desk is complete in original state, three locking drawers at right with the original key included.
Cesare Lacca Italian bar cart with serving tray
Italian bar cart with serving tray designed by Cesare Lacca, circa 1950. Lacquered rosewood structure kept together with messing bolts. Two level glass table tops with removable serving plate.
Alfred Hendrickx Bar or Cocktail table Willy Meysmans Ceramic
Bar table model 210 designed by Alfred Hendrickx for Belform, 1956. Ceramic sliding tablet by Willy Meysmans with underneath a storage compartment for beverage. Cherry wooden frame with black feet structure and sycamore slats.
Cantilevered Carrara marble cocktail table
Cantilevered coffee table, angled Carrara marble cylinder supporting an oval glass top of 0,78 inch thick, circa 1970.
Birch wooden dinning table with curved legs
Square wooden dinning table on four curved legs (birch wood), the table top can be reversed or used on both sides.