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    Exquisite pair of Italian cocktail shell armchairs, 1960s

    Exquisite pair of cocktail shell armchairs made in Italy in the late 1960. This suave shell-shaped items are characteristic for the La Dolce Vita atmoshere of the Italian mid-20th century. The armchairs ware recently restored. The new upholstery maintains the texture and color of the original ones. The legs were re-stained but no other interventions were needed. The items are in good condition and will be the chic accent of any room. They are incredibly comfortable so you just have to take a seat and enjoy your dolce far niente moments.
    400 
    400 
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    3 lights brass chandelier made in France, in the 1940s
    3 lights brass chandelier made in France, in the 1940s
    150 

    3 lights brass chandelier made in France, in the 1940s

    Elegant and impressive 3 lights chandelier made in France, in the late 1930s or early 1940s. The chandelier, resembling a bouquet of flowers, has three shades made of translucent brown glass, with pearl shimmering. The arms are made of brass and the central tubing is made of silver metal. The chandelier features the Art Deco aesthetics, but at the same time recalls the Art Nouveau lines (especially on the lightshades), which were so popular in France. On the inside of the canopy is marked "Albani". The piece is kept in good condition and is in full working order.
    150 
    150 
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    300  200 

    Comfortable Mid-Century armchair made in Germany, 1970s

    Comfortable Mid-Century armchair made in Germany in the 1970s. This armchair has a wooden frame and features removable seat and backrest cushions. Recently restored, the item has new upholstery in earthly colours. Displaying the iconic lines of the German minimalist and rigorous design, this item is in good vintage condition.
    300  200 
    300  200 
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    Beautiful Art Deco mantel clock in wood case
    Beautiful Art Deco mantel clock in wood case
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    Beautiful Art Deco mantel clock in wood case

    Beautiful Art Deco mantel clock made in the late 1930s or early 1940s. It features a very elegant cylindrical wood case placed on a exquisite wood base. The golden dial, with Art Deco numbers is impressive in it's rigor and minimalism. The clock is in very good condition with only small age-related traces. The movement mechanism uses a pendulum. The clock chimes mark every hour (with a number of strikes/bells that equals the hour) and half hour (with just one strike/bell).
    150  120 
    150  120 
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    Pair of chairs manufactured in France
    Pair of chairs manufactured in France
    200  100 

    Pair of chairs manufactured in France

    Beautiful pair of chairs made in France, in the 1960s. The structure, made of walnut, is very elegant and reminiscent of Art Deco current. The front legs, cone-shaped, have brass clogs. The chairs were re-upholstered in the spirit of the period and are in excellent condition.
    200  100 
    200  100 
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    Pair of French walnut chairs
    Pair of French walnut chairs
    150  100 

    Pair of French walnut chairs

    Pair of chairs made in France, in the late 1970s. The structure, made of walnut, draws a slim silhouette, accentuated by the trapezoidal shape of the backrest. The front legs, cone-shaped, have brass clogs. The chairs have new upholstery (in the spirit of the period) and are in excellent condition.
    150  100 
    150  100 
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    Elegant ceramic table lamp made by Soholm Stentoj
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    Elegant ceramic table lamp made by Soholm Stentoj

    Beautiful ceramic table lamp designed by Einar Johansen and produced by Søholm Stentøj, Denmark, in the late 1960s. The body, pear-shaped, is remarkable due to the simplicity of line and earthy colors. Søholm Stentøj is not a lights factory but a ceramic art studio that values ​​the design and quality. The lamp is in very good condition. Einar Johansen was a Danish ceramicist, who trained as a painter at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, but later changed his mind and became a pottery maker. He had his own pottery in the period 1935-1958. He was employed at Søholm in the period 1958-1968, and designed several, beautiful stoneware and pottery – among these, his famous blue glazed stoneware. He worked for Knabstrup (a Danish Pottery) in the early 1970s. Søholm Stentøj was founded in 1835 by Edvard Christian Sonne and Herman Sonne Wolffsen in Bornholm, Denmark. The factory closed in 1996.
    150  100 
    150  100 
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    Mid-Century orange table lamp

    Beautiful Mid-Century orange lamp made of metal. It features a minimalist, industrial inspired design. The lampshade can be vertically adjusted. It's vivid color can be a beautiful not on any desk. The lamp has some minor signs of ware (especially on the inside of the lampshade) but is in good shape and in full working order.
    80 
    80 
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    800 

    Mid-Century Sofa & Daybed by Miroslav Navrátil for Interier Praha, 1960s

    This daybed is a classic mid-century design by Miroslav Navratil. It is easily folded out into a 87 cm wide bed. A simple sofa featuring an oak wood frame, an a beautiful red and black upholstery. This piece has been attributed based on archival documentation, such as vintage catalogs, designer records, or other literature sources. The item is in good vintage condition.
    800 
    800 
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    Danish Model 125 Lounge Chairs with Ottoman by Tove & Edvard Kindt-Larsen for France & Son, 1958

    Elegant Model 125 armchairs with ottoman designed by Tove & Edward Kindt-Larsen (husband and wife design team) for France & Son in 1958 and manufactured in Denmark. The armchairs are made of teak and features fixed cushions in a soft green textile. he design is distinguished by its bowed armrests, clean joinery, and the delicate, V-shaped supports cradling the base of the backrest. Retains the original brass France & Son label on the underside of the frame. One of the armchairs has a restored armrest (see photos) but the items are in an overall good vintage condition.
    2.200  1.800 
    2.200  1.800 
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    250 

    French Neoclassical Brass Serving Bar Cart, from 1960s

    Large French serving trolley for drinks, coffee or tea. The trolley is worked in a neoclassical style, made of brass with two smoked glass shelves. The item is in overal good vintage condition according to his age (please see the photos).
    250 
    250 
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    Two rare British P802 (PK737 model) armchairs from Parker Knoll, 1960s

    Two rare Mid-Century Modern P802 (PK737 model) armchairs produced by Parker Knoll for the French market in the 1960s.  The armchairs were newly reupholstered and are in a very good vintage condition (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.
    800  600 
    800  600 
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    Windsor 478 armchair with ottoman by Lucian Ercolani for Ercol, 1950s, UK

    Beautiful and very comfortable Windsor 478 armchair with ottoman. This armchair was designed by Lucian Ercolani for Ercol and was manufactured during the 1950s in the United Kingdom. The frame of the armchair and ottoman are made of solid ash-wood. The quiet dialogue between the green of the upholstery and the honey-color of the wood is very elegant and the item is in a very good vintage shape. It preserves both original labels (the one on the armchair is just a partial, but the one on the ottoman is intact).
    600  525 
    600  525 
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    900 

    Danish teak “Peter” Dining Chairs by Niels Koefoed for Koefoeds Hornslet, 1958

    Four elegant and rare "Peter" chairs designed by Niels Koefoed in 1958 and manufactured by Koefoeds Hornslet in Denmark. The chairs are made of teak and they have beige wool upholstery. The chairs are extremely well manufactured, very robust and comfortable. The organic lines are characteristic for the Nordic Mid-Century design. The chairs are marked on the back. The wood and the wool are in a great vintage condition.
    900 
    900 
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    Rare Pyramide dining table with top glass and chromed base by Rudi Verelst for Novalux, Belgium, 1970s

    Rare and elegant Pyramide dining table designed by Rudi Verelst and manufactured in Belgium, in the 1970s, by Novalux, Belgium. It features a circular table top made of glass resting on a chrome tubular pyramid base extending into a smaller inverted pyramid shape. The table is in good vintage condition.
    800  600 
    800  600 
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    75 

    Elegant Art Deco hallway stand made of brass, 1950s, Germany

    Elegant Art Deco hallway stand made of brass in 1950s in Germany. The stand has two brass shelfs and a top made of black glass. With a geometric and minimalistic look, this Art Deco piece of furniture is very light and will be an non-intrusive yet chic presence in any hallway. The item is in good vintage condition.
    75 
    75 
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    Danish design sideboard designed and produced by H.P. Hansen, 1950s

    Beautiful and exquisite Danish design sideboard (credenza) designed and produced by H.P. Hansen in the 1950s. The sideboards organic shape and teak wood grain look lovely. The sideboard has 4 drawers and multiple adjustable shelves behind the 2 sliding doors offering plenty of storage space and options. This is a nice small model which are rare to find. This piece is in very nice vintage condition.
    1.150 
    1.150 
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    400 

    Swivel armchairs by Stamp Nurieux, France, 1972, set of two

    Beautiful pair of swivel armchairs manufactured by Stamp in Nurieux, France, in the early 1970s. Made of moulded thermoplastic and designed in 1972, this model recalls the Tulip armchairs of Eero Saarinen and features the emblematic lines of Space Age design. Having two new yellow cushions that comes with them and being very comfortable and ergonomic, this pair of chairs can fit in any interior.
    400 
    400 
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    Vintage Atomic Age coat rack
    Vintage Atomic Age coat rack
    75 

    Vintage Atomic Age coat rack

    Colorful Atomic Age wall coat rack made of metal and colored hard plastic. The piece is produced in France, probably in the 1980s and features clean, geometric forms and a joyful look. The item is kept in very good vintage condition.
    75 
    75 
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    270 

    Set of 9 candlesticks by Fritz Nagel & Ceasar Stoffi for BMF

    Set of 9 candlesticks (model S 22) made of chrome plated steel and produced by BMF (Bayerische Metall Fabrik). This stackable candelsticks were designed by Fritz Nagel and Ceasar Stoffi in the 1960 and are considered icons of the Space Age / Atomic Age design. The Model 22 was in production from 1965 to 1970. The pieces are in very good condition, with no deterioration and only little traces of use.
    270 
    270 
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    100 

    Beautiful Space Age side (or coffee) table made of plastic, 1970s, UK

    Beautiful side (or coffee) table made of plastic in the 1970, in the United Kingdom. Designed in the style of the Kartell side tables of that period and displaying the geometric and organic shapes of the Space Age, this table could be used as a minibar as well. Coloured in white with a translucent grey top, this item is modular (the top is removable). The table is in good vintage condition showing just minor signs of were consistent with its age.  
    100 
    100 
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    Signed Daum Nancy crystal ashtray from the 1960s
    Signed Daum Nancy crystal ashtray from the 1960s
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    Signed Daum Nancy crystal ashtray from the 1960s

    Spectacular crystal ashtray signed by Daum Nancy and made in France, in the 1960s. The translucent emerald color and the flower-shaped line give this piece a refined, elegant and discreet look. It’s signed on the bottom "Daun Nancy" – Cross of Lorraine – "France", in the typical manner of this famous manufacturer. Also retains the label of the first crystal shop that sold it: "Cristallerie Moser-Millot Paris 30 Bd. Des Italiens". Is in a very good condition, with minimal age related signs. Daum Nancy rose to prominence during the Art Nouveau and Art Deco period, and captured the imagination of collectors all over the world. Let us take a quick look at the interesting events that shaped the company. Jean Daum was a notary from Bitche who had lent some money to the proprietors of a glass factory in Nancy, the capital town of the French region of Lorraine. The glassworks was then named "Verrerie Sainte Catherine". In 1878, Daum took over the factory when its erstwhile owners were unable to pay off their debt and renamed it "Verrerie de Nancy". The factory initially produced glassware such as drinking glasses and pitchers and then ventured into artistic glass manufacturing in 1891. After Daum’s death in 1885, his son Auguste Daum took over the control of the company in the year 1890. The Daum brothers exhibited their "Handsome Tavern Glass" at the Paris International Exhibition in 1889. This event was of utmost significance because it marked the birth of the French Art Nouveau movement. Daum received his first "Grand Prix" in 1900 because by then his factory had established its name as a producer of high quality glass. By 1903, Daum had started making vitrified vases. These vases are singularly responsible for the kind of fame the company acquired in the early 1900s. In 1906 Daum began the manufacture of pâte-de-verre, a glass-making technique first used over five thousand years ago in the early world. In order to understand the collector’s interest in Daum Nancy objects, one must realize that this company has shaped itself up to become a producer of glass art objects and not simple glassworks. It pioneered and revolutionized old techniques by working with colour powders, acids, enamel and fluorine hydrogen. From the early 1900s emphasis was placed upon ornamental motifs in naturalistic forms. When Galle died in 1904, the Daum brothers became the leaders in the field of decorative glass and their dominance lasted for one productive, golden decade. Source: artnewsnviews.com
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    150  120 
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    1.300 

    Danish Minerva Daybed by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen for France & Son, 1957

    Beautiful late 1950s Danish modern daybed (Model Minerva), designed by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard Nielsen, produced by France & Son. The item features a teak wooden frame and renewed green upholstery. The minimalist look of this sofa is characteristic for the Scandinavian design of that era and can easily fit any contemporary interior. The sofa has its original label mark.
    1.300 
    1.300 
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    Clan floor lamp by Harvey Guzzini for Meblo
    Clan floor lamp by Harvey Guzzini for Meblo
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    Set of two large Clan floor lamps by Harvey Guzzini for Meblo

    Set of two large Clan floor lamps by Harvey Guzzini for Meblo. The great modern form emits a beautiful, warm green glow. Soft light is diffused through the graduated tint of the acrylic globe shade. The white acrylic dome top rests in an chromed metal ring frame and lifts to reveal a translucent white interior and a single medium base socket. The lamp rests in a cylindrical fiberglass base which allows directional positioning of the light source. If you are interested in buying just one of the two lamps, the price is 500 euros. Please contact us on [email protected] for details. Harvey Guzzini is often mistakenly thought to be the name of a lighting designer active in the 1960s and 1970s. But in fact the label belongs to a lighting manufacturing company, which was founded by six Guzzini brothers - Raimondo, Giovanni, Virgilio, Giuseppe, Adolfo and Giannunzio - who were inspired by the 1950 film Harvey starring James Stewart. Compounding the historical record even further, it seems that the Guzzini company rebranded many times in the 20th century, going by, at various points, Harvey Creazioni, Harvey Guzzini, Guzzini, iGuzzini, and Illuminazione Guzzini. Harvey Creazioni was originally founded in 1959 in Recanti (on the east central coast of Italy) by Raimondo, focusing on the production of copper-plated decorative objects. Four years later, in June 1963, the six brothers joined together and established Harvey Creazioni di Guzzini, expanding production to include pendant lighting, sconces, and lamps, floor lamps. The brothers employed architect-designer Luigi Massoni—who was introduced to the Guzzini brothers by leading plastic importer Maurizio Adreani—as head of design, branding, public relations, and advertizing. Famous Harvey Guzzini designs include Massoni and Luciano Buttura's Mushroom Table Lamp (1965), as well as the in-house designed Arc Floor Lamp (1968), Faro Table Lamp (1970), and Toledo Table Lamp (1973). Studio 6G, an interning design team, developed the collectible Clan Lamp (1968); and designers Ermanno Lampa and Sergio Brazzoli were responsible for the Nastro Series (1970), Orione Pendant (1970), Sirio Table Lamp (1970), Alba Floor Lamp (1973), Albanella Table Lamp (1973), and Alf Series (1976).
    1.400  800 
    1.400  800 
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    500  450 

    Beautiful Danish red Wing-back armchair, 1970s

    Beautiful red Wing-back armchair made in the 1970s in Denmark. The item features a nice organic shape and a bright red color. The armchair has a new upholstery (containing wool and cashmere) that respects the original color and texture. The beautiful Space Age design of this piece is characteristic for the Danish design of that period and, furthermore, for the Scandinavian Modern. This armchair will be an exquisite touch to any room in your home.
    500  450 
    500  450 
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    1.200 

    Danish desk designed by Gunni Omann for Omann Jun Møbelfabrik, 1950s

    Rare and elegant desk designed by Gunni Omann for Omann Jun Møbelfabrik. One of the first qualities you notice about this desk is the massive solid teak frame. It supports not only the desktop but also the floating drawer modules. Careful attention is paid to the construction of the of legs as the organic joints are seamless. Present are Omann's sculpted teak handles that can also be found on his storage designs. The drawers are all solid wood with dovetail joinery. The rear of the drawer modules serves as bookshelves or for displaying your treasured items. Another feature is the storage area at the rear of the desk which is accessed by the drop-down door. This would make a great addition to any modern office setting. The desk has a very small defect (mostly undetectable) on the top (see photos)
    1.200 
    1.200 
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    150 

    Two Danish Teak Nesting Tables

    Two elegant danish teak nesting tables. Made of wood, this items were manufactured in Denmark in the 1970s. The items are in good vintage condition and they could be an exciting addition to any contemporary interior
    150 
    150 
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    100 

    Mid-Century German stool, 1940s

    German stool made in the late 1940s. The item features its original upholstery and flared legs made of painted bronze. The item is in overall good vintage condition but has some signs of ware consistent with its age. Please see photos for details.
    100 
    100 
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    600 

    Elegant Mid-Century sofa bed, Denmark, 1970s

    Elegant Mid-Century sofa bed made of cherry wood in Denmark, in the 1970s. With a newly restored upholstery in dark grey, this items are in excellent vintage condition. The minimalist and modern look is emblematic for the Scandinavian furniture of that time. The cherrywood armrests are quite sculptural and features the iconic organic lines of Nordic design. This sofa can prove itself very practical because is extendable, so you can use it also as a bed.
    600 
    600 
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    600 

    Beautiful Mid-Century armchairs, set of two, Denmark, 1970s

    Two beautiful Mid-Century armchairs made of cherry wood in Denmark, in the 1970s. With a newly restored upholstery in dark grey, this items are in excellent vintage condition. The minimalist and modern look is emblematic for the Scandinavian furniture of that time. The cherrywood armrests are quite sculptural and features the iconic organic lines of Nordic design.
    600 
    600 

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