- Mid-century modern lounge chair by Theo Ruth for Artifort - Dutch design from the 1950s - Beech frame and Italian fabric
- fast unbenutzter Sessel von Charles Eames für Vitra - Modell EA124 - Herstellerprägung auf dem Drehknopf: VITRA - Kennzeichnung ´´Made in Norway´´ - der Sessel dreht sich um seine Achse - schwingt beim Setzen leicht nach hinten - Druckempfindlichkeit der Lehne mit Drehknopf unter Sitz an Gewicht des Nutzers anpassbar - Bezug: Schwarzer Hopsak - Zustand: Kaum benutzt, keine Flecken, Mechanik in Ordnung, Chromgestell ohne Flugrost
This model 110 rosewood and black leather armchair was designed by Illum Wikkelsø and produced by Søren Willadsen Møbelfabrik in Denmark during the 1950s.
This original model F588 green leather lounge chair was designed by Geoffrey Harcourt for Artifort in 1967. The piece features a comfortable shell resting on a white swivel base.
This pair of Art Deco lounge chairs was created by French designer Francis Jourdain around 1930. The chairs are made of oak and feature a woven seat, remaining in a fully original condition.
- Set aus einem Lounge-Sessel und Hocker - Entworfen 1956 von Hartmut Lohmeyer für Wilkhahn im Programm 400 - Aus massivem, afrikanischem Teakholz - Beide Teile sind in Ihren Holz-, sowie in den Polsterteilen hochwertig gearbeitet - Die Polsterung wurde bei beiden Stücken erneuert - Mit hochwertigem Hallingdal-Stoff des dänischen Premiumherstellers Kvadrat neu bezogen
This pair of 1960s teak lounge chairs was created by Danish designer Peter Hvidt. The cushions have been reupholstered in Kvadrat fabric.
This two-seater model DS-47 sofa and easy chair were designed by the design team at de Sede and were produced by de Sede in Switzerland during the 1970s. The pieces are made from brown thick bull neck hide and feature a sliding seating part. In a very good vintage condition, with heavy patina. The sofa measures w 140 cm / d 95 - 110 cm / 70 cm, and the chair measurements are below.
This Galaxy lounge chair was designed in 1968 by Alf Svensson & Yngvar Sandstrom for DUX in Sweden.
This lounge chair produced by de Sede is made of red and white leather.
This pair of model PK-22 cane easy chairs was designed by Poul Kjaerholm. One chair was produced by E. Kold Christensen, and the other by Fritz Hansen in Denmark.
Ring Chair von Pølsestolen, Beine Teak massiv, Sitz und Rücken mit original Stoff, Polsterung wurde erneuert.
This Art Deco style armchair has a wooden frame.
This set of two club chairs was designed by Theo Ruth for Artifort in 1956. Each chair has four square metal legs and has been reupholstered in full grain cognac leather.
This pair of T-Line lounge chairs by Burkhard Vogtherr was produced by Arflex in 1984. The chairs feature their original removable slipcovers.
This easy chair was designed in the 1950s by Pierre Guariche. It has a black lacquered metal frame, solid beech armrests, and is upholstered with green leatherette.
Kerstin H. Holmquist created a collection of upholstered pieces for NK - Nordiska Kompaniet in 1956-1957. She was employed at NK Triva, a furniture workshop and architect studio where she created a collection for one of her many exhibitions: the Eva lounge chair and later its masculine counterpart, Adam. To compliment the two she later created the Paradiset sofa and also a foot stool - the Fig Leaf. This chair features the original fabric.
This organic shaped lounge chair is reminiscent of designs by Fritz Neth for Correcta and was manufactured in Germany around 1950. This lounge chair has solid brass legs and has been newly upholstered with Tonica fabric from Kvadrat. The chair seat is very comfortable.