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Our range of seating including sofas, armchairs and dining chairs, lounge chairs, ottomans, etc. We talk, of course, about authentic Mid-Century seating furniture. A chair is a piece of furniture with a raised surface supported by legs, commonly used to seat a single person. Chairs are supported most often by four legs and have a back. Chairs are made of a wide variety of materials, ranging from wood to metal to synthetic material (e.g. plastic), and they may be padded or upholstered in various colors and fabrics, either just on the seat (as with some dining room chairs) or on the entire chair. A chair without a back or arm rests is a stool, or when raised up, a bar stool. A chair with arms is an armchair; one with upholstery, reclining action, and a fold-out footrest is a recliner. A permanently fixed chair in a train or theater is a seat or when hung from above, a swing. An upholstered, padded chair for two people is a ‘loveseat’, while if it’s for more than two person it’s a couch, sofa, or settee; or if is not upholstered, a bench. A separate footrest for a chair, usually upholstered, is known as an ottoman, hassock, or pouffe. (wikipedia.org)

  • 1.500 

    Iconic Cleopatra Daybeds by Dick Cordemeijer for Auping, 1954, set of two with mattresses and roll pillows

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    Iconic Cleopatra pair of daybeds designed by Dick Cordemeijer for Auping, The Netherlands 1954, a typical example of industrial Dutch design. The frames is made of dark grey lacquered metal and the ends are in solid teak wood. The new mattresses and roll pillows are reupholstered with a nice grey fabric, which looks great in contrast with the metal frame and teak ends. The metal frames is in good vintage condition, with some scratches due to it's age and use. For those who prefer a firm seat, the daybeds are provided with detachable mesh springs stiffening systems (please see the detail photo). Functional, minimalist and modernist, these successful pieces of Mid-Century design, stays one of the most wanted daybeds in the world. The price for a single piece: €850
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    1.500 
  • 3.500 

    GS195 Gianni Songia Daybed in Navy Blue Andrew Muirhead Fine Scottish Leather, Italy, 1963

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    This glamorous three-seat daybed and sofa was designed by Gianni Songia for Sormani, Italy, in 1963. Model GS-195 with leather cushions. The elegant frame is built from rosewood and can be used as an extremely comfortable three-seat sofa with adjustable backrest. The backrest can also slide backwards which then transforms the piece into a comfortable bed. The frame is in good vintage condition with minimal signs of wear and preserved the original springs net (the elasticity of the springs net has been strengthened and now is very comfortable). The original cushions have been reupholstered with a beautiful pale Navy Blue Fine Leather from Andrew Muirhead & Son, Scotland. Elegant, refined, proving the excellence of the Modernariato Italian design, this eye-catcher and mood maker piece fit both the sumptuous interiors as central pieces, and the minimalist ones as design accents.
    3.500 
    3.500 
  • 500 

    Mid-Century French two seater sofa from 1960s

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    This pretty French sofa is very comfortable and shows the lines of the minimalistic and rigorous Mid-Century design. Yet the very optimistic and cheerful upholstery balance the severe look and gives this sofa an overall contemporary aspect. The sofa is in good overall vintage condition, only one of the cushions have a little defect on the back (see the detailed photo). Seat height: 40 cm. If you want to buy the whole set (two-seater sofa and two armchairs) follow the other ad in our portfolio. For the purchase of the set, a discount is applicable. Please contact us for details.
    500 
    500 
  • 600 

    Mid-Century French armchairs from 1960s

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    This lovely pair of armchairs are very comfortable and show the lines of the minimalistic and rigorous Mid-Century design. Yet the very optimistic and cheerful upholstery balance the severe look and gives this armchair an overall contemporary aspect. The armchairs are in good vintage condition. Seat height: 40 cm. If you want to buy the whole set (two-seater sofa and two armchairs) follow the other ad in our portfolio. For the purchase of the set, a discount is applicable. Please contact us for details.
    600 
    600 
  • 1.500 

    Rare Brazilian lounge chair with ottoman designed by Jean Gillon for Probel, 1960s

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    Rare Jean Gillon for Probel lounge chair with ottoman, made of Imbuia wood and Brazilian leather. Jean Gillon (1919-2007), born in Romania and naturalized in Brazilia, was a complex creator: architect, designer, and plastic artist. Though his early work in Brazil focused on architecture, Gillon shifted to furniture design in 1961, when he founded Fábrica de Móveis Cidam, the original name for what would later become Italma WoodArt. In 1964 Gillon’s focus turned global, and he began expanding into the international market, exporting his products to twenty-two different countries. He collaborated with MTM – Indústria de Móveis Village, Italma, and Probel, which produced his designs. Imbuia or Brazilian walnut is an exotic tree that grows naturally in the subtropical montane Araucaria Angustifolia rain forests of southern Brazil and which is used for high-end furniture is very appreciated due to its beauty but also for its high density, being classified as a hardwood. Both, the lounge chair and the ottoman are in good vintage condition, without stains or tears on the leather or wooden frame, only with normal signs of use due to age and with a lovely patina of time. A very comfortable lounge chair that will easily attract the viewer’s attention, being suitable in any interior, be it classic or modern. Labeled Probel, made in Brazil. Measures (HxWxD): Chair: 99x73x90 cm, Ottoman: 37x61x51 cm. The items color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings. If you need additional information, do not hesitate to contact us.
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    1.500 
  • 900 

    Impressive armchair 757 Parker Knoll Wingback, 1960s

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    Wingback armchair model 757 made by Parker Knoll in the UK in the '60s. The armchair - fully restored - has a red fabric upholstery which contrasts nicely with the oak wood at the armrests and legs. Very comfortable, with an imposing shape, this beautiful piece will easily attract the viewer's attention, being suitable in any interior, be it classic or modern. Items color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings. For a more conclusive idea please see the detailed picture of the fabric. If you need additional information, do not hesitate to contact us.
    900 
    900 
  • 700 

    Tulip side table with two base stool by Maurice Burke for Arkana

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    Iconic 1970’s coffee set furniture which would grace any house apartment for its simple, clean, and stylish lines but also for the very small space it occupies. Cast aluminum base and circular laminate top (for table). The stools are upholstered with blue and yellow fabric specific to the period. Table dimensions: height = 52 cm, top diameter = 45cm. Stools dimensions: height = 43 cm, seat diameter = 40 cm. Stamped to underside of base Arkana No 12. The items show slight signs of wear consistent with age and use,  with small chips of paint on sidewise of the top table (please see the photos) and a lovely patina of time.
    700 
    700 
  • 1.550 

    118 Mod. Teak Sofa by Grete Jalk for France & Son, Denmark, 1963

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    Grete Jalk (1920-2006) designed one of her iconic designs, the sofa model 118 in 1963. The sofa features typical Danish Modern design. 3-seater sofa with solid teak frame and original cushions, with manufacturer’s tag. In very good vintage condition, with patina on the teak. Due to the influence of light, the colors may be distorted. Please see the detailed images.
    1.550 
    1.550 
  • 950 

    Elegant and rare dining chairs by Miroslav Navratil, made in former Czechoslovakia, 1960s, set of 4

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    Elegant and rare set of 4 dining chairs designed by Miroslav Navratil and made in former Czechoslovakia in the 1960s. The chairs feature a clean, geometric, minimalistic design. The upholstery is made of purple fabric and black faux leather. The set is in good vintage condition with only minor signs of use (see photos).
    950 
    950 
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    850 

    Bentwood 24-23 Armchairs by František Jirák for Tatra, 1960s, Set of 2

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    This beautiful pair of bentwood beech armchairs were produced by Tatra Nábytok in the 1950s - 1960s. With a clean, simple and very elegant curving line, the armchairs are a perfect choice to any contemporary interior. The armchairs were fully restored and reupholstered with a lovely pink fabric so they are in very good vintage condition.
    850 
    850 
  • 300 

    Beautiful Vintage German armchairs, Set of two, 1970s

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    The beautiful pair of vintage armchairs produced in Germany in the 1970s. Full restored and refurnishing with a spotted light brown upholstery, the armchairs overlook an elegant line and can be an interesting accent in any modern interior. The armchairs are in very good vintage condition.
    300 
    300 
  • 600 

    Gastone Rinaldi dining chairs covered with original cow leather, set of two, Italy, 1960s

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    Beautiful set of dining chairs designed by Gastone Rinaldi. The pairs has a frame made of chrome and features the original dark brown cow leather. The chairs are made in Italy in the 1960s. They are in good vintage condition showing just small visible traces of a regular use. Nota bene: The chrome frame (silver colored) is in good condition and may look different in the photos due to reflections.
    600 
    600 
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    900  700 

    Kroken leather armchair with footstool by Ake Fribytter for Nelo Möbel, 1970s

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    Comfortable and elegant Kroken leather armchair with matching foldable footstool designed by Ake Fribytter for Nelo Möbel and manufactured in Sweden in the 1970s. Both the armchair and the footstool are made of wood with soft, rust-brown leather. The armchair features an adjustable and removable headboard. The item is in good vintage condition with minor defects consistent with its age.
    900  700 
    900  700 
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    Portwood dining chairs made of teak, Danish range, 1960s, UK, set of 4

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    Set of 4 Mid-Century Portwood (United Kingdom) dining chairs made of teak. The chairs are from the 1960s and were representative for the Danish range of this iconic Manchester based manufacturer. The chairs are in good vintage condition with just a few signs of wear, all visible in the photos.
    400  300 
    400  300 
  • 700 

    British model PK988/1023 armchairs from Parker Knoll, 1960s, set of two

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    English Mid-Century Modern model PK988/1023 (upholstered back) wood framed armchairs/lounge chairs from Parker Knoll, set of two. The armchairs were newly reupholstered and are in a very good vintage condition (with all the minor defects visible in the pictures). The model is iconic for British Modern design and is highly inspired from the Danish Modern lines of that period. Each armchair has its original Parker Knoll stamp.
    700 
    700 
  • Beautiful Mid-Century armchairs made in Belgium, 1960s
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    Beautiful Mid-Century armchairs made in Belgium, 1960s

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    Beautiful pair of Mid-Century armchairs made in Belgium in the 1960s. Displaying an elegant design line, borrowing characteristics from both Art Deco and modern aesthetics, this armchairs feature some very elegant legs and beautiful armrests made in wood. The armchairs have recently been restored and have new upholstery.
    350 
    350 
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    Set of 4 Wiesner-Hager chairs, Austria, 1970s
    Set of 4 Wiesner Hager chairs, Austria, 1970s
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    Set of 4 Wiesner-Hager chairs made in Austria in the 1970s

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    Very well preserved set of 4 Wiesner Hager chairs made in Austria in the 1970s. Plywood with cherry wood veneer and a tubular steel cantileverd structure. They have the original fabric upholstery. The chairs have an ergonomic shape, featuring organic, curved lines, but an overall industrial design look, being that kind of furniture items that are as much about function as style. Wiesner-Hager was founded by Josef Wiesner as a carpentry business in 1849. In the year 1921 Rudolf Wiesner and Sebastian Hager took over their father’s business, which was at that time purely a carpentry and construction company. With the restructuring of part of the construction business into a furniture manufacture the two lay the cornerstone for a second branch of the business. Now, due to major changes in the working world and the enormous upheavals in the office and properties branch, the furniture offering has been expanded since the noughties to include the services of office consulting and interior design: Concept orientation has become a key success factor. With an export quota of 50% Wiesner-Hager is currently one of the most renowned companies in the furniture branch in Europe.
    400  320 
    400  320