Emmanuelle chair or Peacock wicker chair 1970s
Peacock chair or Emmanuelle chair starring in the french erotic movie Emmanuelle, 1974. Based on the novel from Emmanuelle Arsan with film star Sylvia Kristel. Rattan and wicker chair with eye-spotted high and large backrest adorned with traditional cresting.
Table lamp Fluette by Giuliana Gramigna for Quattrifolio 1970
Elegant and modernist table lamp model Fluette. Designed by Giuliana Gramigna for Quattrifolio. 1979. White fabric lampshade on a white metal cylinder frame in which the shade slots neatly into the base forming a pleasing overlapping of the two circular forms. The lamp has been selected for 1979 'Compasso d'Oro'.
Modern Art Deco wardrobe for Belform
Wardrobe manufactured by Belform Belgium. Dating from 1950. This closet features four sliding doors with chrome plated handles. On the left side a double compartment with coat hanger. In the middle a small compartment with coat hanger. On the right side four shelves. Minimalist Art Deco closet in rosewood wood finish raised on a black Formica base.
Gecchelin Bruno floor lamp model Gesto Terra for Skipper 1970
Gesto Terra floor lamp or uplighter designed by Bruno Gecchelin and manufactured by Skipper Italy in 1974. This impressive floor lamp features a rectangle marble base and a white metal hood on chrome metal stems.
Totem ceramic sculpture composition postmodernism Italy 1970
Italian ceramic sculpture, Totem. Circa 1970. Vibrant red and white glazed ceramic firing. The composition comprises three fruit plates and an vase. Versatile pieces, usable individually or as a decorative ensemble. Decorative object that would adapt in any modernist or Memphis interior.
Postmodern travertine dining table circa 1970
A 70s Italian dining table with timeless elegance, showcasing architectural legs inspired by travertine postmodernism, reminiscent of sturdy Roman columns. The rectangular clear glass top offers a view of the imposing travertine brutalist blocks with a stepped demilune cut-out. This versatile table can be used as a desk, centre table or as a dining table for eight.
Hand thrown round shaped modernist table lamp circa 1965
Hand thrown and oxidation firing table lamp by Jacques Pouchain, circa 1965. The base showcases a distinctive amorphous round design with a rich brown-red earthenware hue, complemented by a new beige lampshade. Debossed stamp circled 'JP'.
Pair of Giandomenico Belotti black Spaghetti chairs 1979
Pair of side chairs or dining chairs from the Spaghetti collection. Designed by Giandomenico Belotti for Alias. 1979 Italy. Composed of a black tubular steel frame. Black leather hide back rest and seating kept together with tensioned spring. The chair is part of the permanent collection at the Moma in New York.
Paul Kingma handmade mosaic coffee table 1970
Artisanal coffee table crafted in Paul Kingma’s Den Haag atelier, circa 1970. The mosaic stone tabletop, artistically fragmented and encased in a steel rim. The top rests on a architecturally sculpted X base. Kingma, renowned for his architectural tables, embarked on global journeys to search rare materials. He seamlessly blending natural elements such as stone, metal, and concrete. His distinctive creations incorporate a rich palette of materials like brass, copper, glass, and ceramic, ensuring each table is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
Four Chrome side Stools in leatherette 1970
Set of four highly comfortable chrome side stools with leatherette upholstery seating and Stainless steel chrome tulip foot, circa 1970. Due to the solid seat, these chairs provide a very pleasant seating comfort. The circular footrest emphasizes the minimalistic design. The circle is the repetitive pattern in this design, as seen in base and seating. Well made, sturdy and durable pieces, highly suitable for both residential bars and public places.
Pierangelo Gallotti two level coffee table 1975
Coffee table on castors designed by Pierangelo Gallotti for Gallotti Radice, 1975. Model 'George'. 8mm tempered glass. Stainless steel and brass ends. Rectangular two level coffee table with a sleek and modern appearance creating an illusion of space and lightness to the room.
Pierre Guariche teak plywood Helsinki armchair with ottoman 1960
Lounge chair designed by Pierre Guariche with matching ottoman. Helsinki model, circa 1960. Chair with teak wood shells. The base is in black lacquered steel. The design embodies the spirit of twentieth-century modernism. The chair has been re-upholstered in blue-gray velvet.
Pair of french classic brass side tables 1970s
Sophisticated side tables designed in France, circa 1970. Brass structure supporting a smoked glass top. Classic rectangular tables with an interesting look. Modern, simplistic design, with minimal use of materials and high detailed. Timeless occasional tables can be placed in any interior, whether classic, modern or contemporary.
Spiral table lamp 1960s
Spiral table lamp. Attributed to Babur Kerim Incedayi. Circa 1960. The 1960s was a time of innovation and experimentation in design. Influences from the Space Age and Pop Art movement can sometimes be seen in the whimsical and futuristic designs of spiral lamps. The lamp can be articulated in any direction to a desirable position.
Friso Kramer 1960 Lime and grey metal Revolt chair
Original Revolt chair, designed by Friso Kramer and manufactured by Ahrend de Cirkel. Unveiled in 1953, the iconic Revolt chair’s production started in 1958. Lime version is a rare version and no more in production. The chair is labelled with the Ahrend de Cirkel logo impressed at the back (Ahrend de Cirkel).
Writing table by architect and designer Willy Van Der Meeren
Writing table designed by Belgian architect and designer Willy Van Der Meeren (1923–2002) for Tubax 1953. Modernist desk characterized by clean lines, minimalism, and innovative use of materials. Grey metal structure with wooden platform and storage space underneath.