This coffee table features a teak plywood structure with solid beech legs and an insert ceramic bowl.
This Danish highback armchair features a solid teak frame and leather cushions.
This plywood coffee table has been carved, spray painted, and multi-lacquered by Markus Friedrich Staab.
This model DB01 sideboard was designed by Cees Braakman in 1951 and produced by Pastoe. It is made of birch and birch veneer and features drawers and shelves.
This pair of lounge chairs were designed by Ezio Longhi in the 1950s.
This coffee table designed by Oswald Haerdtl in Vienna, circa 1949, has a base made of solid rosewood, and a veneered tabletop. .
- 1960s Danish sideboard - Made of teak & teak veneer - 4 sliding doors - 3 interior drawers in the center - Shelves on each side - Wooden handles
This vintage stone coffee table was designed in the 1960s. The stone is bound with epoxy.
- Table designed by Neil Morris in the 1950s - Dark top and Australian walnut with contrasting sycamore edging - The blade-shaped legs are made of mahogany
This coffee table features a black plastic frame. The center is lined with chromed metal and topped with a smoked glass top.
This midcentury dining table is made from sky blue formica and chromed tubular steel. The table is extendible (200 x 79 cm) and features a drawer on each side.
This armchair has been reupholstered in a floral fabric on the seat and a pale mauve fabric on the back.
- Pair of black aniline leather chairs from De Sede - One of the early productions from the 1967 - Very comfortable cushions with goose down filling - Feature decorative leather details - There are 3 cracked leather cords on the cushions and 1 hole
This Swedish lounge chair was designed by Ake Fribytter for Nelo Möbel in the 1970s. It features a stained bentwood plywood frame with canvas and leather upholstery.
These lacquered bamboo sofas were produced by McGuire circa 1960 in Italy.
This coffee table is made of brass and with a thick smoked glass. In very good original condition.
This Togo living room set was designed by Michel Ducaroy in the 1974 and was manufactured by Ligne Roset in France. It has the genuine black and brown aniline leather with a vintage patina and is made up of the following pieces: Two two-seater sofas, one in brown, one in black (70 x 131 x 102 cm), one corner couch in brown(70 x 102 x 102 cm), one lounge chair in black (70 x 87 x 32 cm). Each piece has the original Ligne Roset logo and genuine bottom.
This Balloon chair, designed by Hans Olsen in the 1950s, is very comfortable and has a very characteristic and identifiable shape. The piece comprises a black metal frame with cowhide upholstery.