This set of mid-century lounge chairs was designed by Hugues Steiner and manufactured by his company, Steiner, in France, in 1948. The frames are made from ash with some brass details, and the seats are upholstered with a red fabric. This set remains in a very good vintage condition.
- Pair of very comfortable Mario Bellini for Cassina leather lounge chairs - Broken in brown leather upholstery with no tears
2er Set Armlehnsessel, Italien 1950. Die Sessel sind in Originalzustand. Der rostrote Mohairvelour ist lediglich an den Armlehnen abgegriffen. Der Stoff wurde professionell gereinigt. Keine Flecken oder Risse. Altersbedingte Gebrauchsspuren.
Black leather version of the classic Sälen (seal) lounge chair by Ib Kofod-Larsen in teak with original fabric for OPE, 1956. This iconic lounge chair is a true modern classic and together with the Elizabeth chair belongs to the best works designed by Kofod-Larsen. The clear lined frame of the chair contrasts beautifully with the angled seating and makes it elegant and photographical. Due to the well chosen proportions and high quality of the design the Seal chair is very comfortable to sit in...
This pair of vintage Italian lounge chairs was produced in the 1950s. The chairs feature wooden structure padded and upholstered in new fabric. The wooden legs are tapered.
These mid-century modern Italian lounge chairs were designed in the 1950s.
- Pair of Italian lounge chairs - Made in Italy - From the 1950s - Yellow fabric upholstery - Upholstery renewed about 10 years ago - Iron legs with new black lacquer
This set of two minimalistic lounge chairs was made in Italy in the 1950s. Metal frame and upholstered with white fabric.
- Set of 2 1950s lounge chairs - In original blue fabric - Brass feet
This pair of mid-century lounge chairs was manufactured in Italy during the 1950s. Each chair has a high back and is set on round wooden and brass legs. The chairs are upholstered in mustard yellow/beige skai leather.
This pair of restored Italian mid-century modern armchairs features golden-yellow velvet upholstery and was produced around the 1950s. The lounge chairs are characterized by their modern lines, tapering wooden legs, and brass feet.
This pair of lounge chairs was designed by Giulio Moscatelli for Moscatelli, Italy in 1950. These chairs are made of solid Italian walnut and have their original red vinyl seats. This typical Italian pair of chairs is in very good condition.
This set of lounge chairs includes one female and one male model. They feature curved wooden frames and brown leather upholstery.
- Pair of Italian curved armchairs in grey/white upholstery - Stands on black re-lacquered legs (originally in a white lacquer) - Feet are made of newly polished aluminum - Produced in Italy around the 1950s
These Italian mid-century lounge chairs feature brass stiletto feet and soft grey velvet upholstery. They were designed by Gigi Radice and produced by Minotti in Italy. The lounge chairs have been completely restored and reupholstered and the stiletto feet have been polished.
This set of avantgardist lounge chairs was designed by Gérard Guermonprez for Magnani in the 1950s. The comfortable chairs feature solid beech frames and tubular steel legs. The pieces have been completely restored according to the original design.
This pair of mid-century Italian lounge armchairs was designed by Gigi Radice for Minotti in the 1950s. The chairs feature new red upholstery and black-lacquered steel and brass legs.