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    750 

    PS 142 Club Chairs by Eugenio Gerli for Tecno, Italy, 1970s, Set of 3

    Italian chairs from the "142" series, designed by Eugenio Gerli for Tecno in 1966, with the manufacturer’s label. The chairs provide original brown fabric upholstery in overall good condition, with some signs of wear due to age and use. Each chair lacks a spring, but this does not affect the comfort of the seat. Also, the wheels are in good condition. This is a multipurpose chair that works as an office chair, club chair, dining chair, or easy chair and exemplifies the distinctive style characteristic of Italian Modern design.
    750 
    750 
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    Beautiful Val St Lambert crystal lamp
    Beautiful Val St Lambert crystal lamp
    300  250 

    Beautiful Val St Lambert crystal lamp

    Spectacular table lamp signed Val Saint Lambert. This hand-made piece is made in the 1960s by the most prominent crystal manufacturer in Benelux, official supplier to H.M. the King of Belgium. Signed on the bottom, "Val St. Lambert". Still has the original label. The piece is in a very good condition. History of Val St. Lambert: In June 1826, smoke was rising from the chimney of the Cistercian abbey in Seraing, near Liège: the first furnace of the Val Saint Lambert Crystal Works had just been fired up. Val Saint Lambert would rapidly emerge as the epicentre of the Belgian crystal industry. For all the preconditions for a successful industry were met: the vicinity to the Meuse, a coal-rich region, a rail network, and even the enormous monastery facilities, which were ideally suited for artistic and craft activities on a large scale. The end of the 19th century ushered in a golden age for Val Saint Lambert. The site around the former abbey expanded into an impressive village with more than 180 worker dwellings, with small gardens, a school, a shop, and even a hospital. In the crystal works, by now world famous, some 5,000 employees produced 120,000 unique crystal creations each day. World War I brought an abrupt end to the expansion. Several key markets disappeared: the Balkans, the Russian tsars and Germany. The great depression of 1929 and the bombardment of World War II meant a further decline for the crystal works. This situation lasted up to the 1960s and 1970s, before two major innovations breathed new life into Val Saint Lambert: the introduction of the diamond disc for better cutting and engraving, and the replacement of the traditional pot furnace by a bath furnace, which melted solid raw materials into liquid glass. From the 1970s the company’s history is marked by several restructurings and takeovers. Today, the Val Saint Lambert Crystal Works are in the hands of the Onclin family, which aspires to reinstate the brand on a global level. Source: val-saint-lambert.com
    300  250 
    300  250 
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    750 

    G Plan Fresco Mid-Century Teak Headboard with two Floating Bedside tables by V. B. Wilkins, 1960s

    This stylish & desirable Gplan teak & vinyl headboard with 2 floating bedside tables, is a pure expression of Mid Century design. The two bedside tables have tapered leg support, each having a useful drawer that is complemented with the iconic Fresco range contrasting handle. The drawers can be removed from the headboard and used separately. The center is finished with the original white vinyl that is clean, without cracks, scratches, stains, or other defects. The items are in good vintage conditions with some marks on top at one of the bedside table (please see the photos). A wonderful Mid Century accent that will give uniqueness and distinction to any classic or modern bedroom.
    750 
    750 
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    600  500 

    Mid-Century Danish armchairs for her & him, 1960s, set of two

    Rare and beautiful pair of Mid Century armchairs for her and him made in Denmark in the 1960s. His armchair is a little bit bigger and has a backrest with straight angles while hers is smaller and features a suavely curved backrest. The armchairs have new upholstery which follows the texture and color of the original one. The pair is in good vintage condition and will look great in a variety of places around your home. The him armchair has some minor signs of wear on one of the armrests. All the little signs of wear are visible in the photos.
    600  500 
    600  500 
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    800 

    Vintage dining chairs by Oswald Haerdtl for TON, 1950s, set of 4

    Set of four Mid Century dining chairs in walnut, designed by Oswald Haerdtl for TON, upholstered, bent plywood. The wooden structure is in good original condition, the seats wear the original upholstery. The chairs are in good vintage condition and can be a nice addition to any contemporary home.
    800 
    800 
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    2.400 

    Original Danish GE-290 Lounge Chairs by Hans Wegner for Getama, 1953, Set of 2

    Stilish pair of GE-290 lounge chairs designed by Hans Wegner for Getama in 1953. Hans J. Wegner (1914-2007) is considered one of the most influential and representative designers of the Mid-Century Modern mouvement - an era that forever it has changed the way people look at furniture. The armchairs benefited from a complete professional restoration, which managed to highlight the classic forms of Danish design, the avant-garde of Mid-Century design. The honey-colored Danish oak frame has been carefully refurbished down to the smallest detail and preserved the original springs, which are in very good condition. The armchairs have been reupholstered with a light beige cotton blend Aquaclean fabric so that the wood and upholstery should work together to highlight the blonde wood's beauty but also the lovely fabric. The stain-free Aquaclean Technology is a fabric protection system for liquids and stains, based on in-house technology developed to provide a waterproof barrier for fabrics while preserving their breathability as well as the pleasant sensation to the touch. Designed as aesthetically pleasing but also very comfortable, this distinguished pair of armchairs will surely be a real eye-catcher and mood maker!
    2.400 
    2.400 
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    1.100  900 

    Dining table designed by Henning Kjaernulf for Vejle Stole og Møbelfabrik

    Large draw leaf Vejle dining table stands firm in its solid pine core covered with a teak veneer. Designed by Henning Kjaernulf for Vejle Stole og Møbelfabrik, this hefty beauty boasts solid teak legs and gorgeous edge banding. The contrasting wood grain on the leaves enhances the simple and minimalist nature of this true Scandinavian design. The item is in good vintage condition, with only some minor traces fo use/defects (please see photo).
    1.100  900 
    1.100  900 
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    500 

    PK1016-19 rocking chair from Parker Knoll, UK, 1960s

    English Mid-Century Modern model PK1016-19 rocking chair from Parker Knoll. The rocking chair have a curvaceous wooden frame (made of stained beech) with two loose light marsala cushions. The upholstery have a nice and soft velvet look. The model was designed in 1968 and is part of the 'Florian' range. The item is in good vintage condition and has all the original labels/stamp: the Parker Knoll stamp, a Parker Knoll label, and two quality control marks. The bottom cushion sits on the original tension springs, flanked by the original Parker Knoll textile ribbons.
    500 
    500 
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    1.300 

    Mid-century Teak Three-seater Sofa by Edvard Kindt Larsen for Gustav Bahus

    A stunning and comfortable midcentury sofa made in Norway, designed by Edvard Kindt Larsen for Gustav Bahus in 1960s. An exceptional sofa both for its form and quality. The single back cushion rests against a framed teak backrest, creating a striking posterior view. The sofa is upholstered in nugget brown fabric. The seat of the sofa opens on a hinge, revealing a storage area with a hanging canvas base. The sofa rests on tapered, round teak legs. Condition Report: The frame is structurally sound, incredibly strong and sturdy, teak is in excellent condition. The upholstery shows uniform signs of wear due to age and use, without tears or rips. Please note that we can reupholster the sofa according to your preference, so please contact us if you wish this. The underside of the sofa has the manufacturer’s stamp (Gustav Bahus, made in Norway). This unique sofa is very comfortable and exemplifies the distinctive style characteristic of Scandinavian Modern design. An investment quality selection, bringing visual interest and pleasure to any modern home.
    1.300 
    1.300 
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    500 

    Quaker 365 dining chairs by Lucian Ercolani for Ercol, set of 4, 1960s, UK

    Beautiful set of 4 Quaker 365 dinning chairs. The model was designed by Lucian Ercolani for Ercol and was manufactured during the 1960s in the United Kingdom. The chairs are made of solid elm-wood. The soft dialogue between the pastel-pink of the upholstery and the brown wood is very elegant and the items are in a good vintage condition. The set preserves the original label and the stamp (B.S. I E 1960 2056). The chairs cushions can be easily removed (they are fixed to the seat in 4 staples). Please take time to look at the pictures carefully. They are a good representation of the condition of the furniture.
    500 
    500 
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    1.100 

    G. N. Tibergaard desk made of teak

    Beautiful Scandinavian desk designed by Gunnar Nielsen Tibergaard in the 1960s. On both sides, the desk is provided with 3 drawers, the top ones close by key. The desk is made of teak and teak veneer and is in good vintage condition.
    1.100 
    1.100 
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    1.400 

    Svanette set of Daybed with Easy Chair by Ingmar Relling for Ekornes, Norway, 1960s

    Beautiful Scandinavian Modern Svanette set consists of a 3 seater Daybed sofa with Easy Chair designed by Ingmar Relling for Ekornes, made in Norway, in the 1960s. Both pieces provide original wool upholstery with the model characteristic of Mid Century design (please see the last picture with an advertisement from the magazines of the time). Although we avoid altering the original elements, it is up to the new owner to reupholstered the pieces or not. However, if the original upholstery is preserved, we recommend that it be cleaned, primarily to refresh the colors and because it has some minor stains, signs of wear due to age and use, but without rips (please see the photos). This set, with his original upholstery (a rarity for Mid Century pieces), exemplifies the distinctive style characteristic of Scandinavian Modern design. An investment quality selection, bringing visual interest and pleasure to any modern home. f you need additional details or pictures, do not hesitate to contact us.
    1.400 
    1.400 
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    390 

    Gabriel Stephanescu-Arephy, Arlechin, mixed technique, 66×50 cm

    Gabriel Stephanescu-Arephy (1893-1975), the son of George Stephanescu (the founder of the Romanian Opera) and his wife, the mezzo-soprano Alexandrina Gavalla, was born in Bucharest in October 1893. To his name he proudly added the particle "Arephy", after the name of the place in Arges county, where the family's summer residence was, Arefu Mansion. In Bucharest he was the pupil of Vermont and Demetrascu-Mirea, and later his internships as a young painter were held in Geneva and Paris (the workshop of Ferdinand Hodler and the Free Academy of Andre Lhote). A frequent participant in the visual life in Paris, he exhibited his works in the official salons of the French artists and in the Salons of the Independents in France. He was a founding member, in 1921, of the Fine Arts Syndicate and Society of the Salon of Independents in Paris, starting in 1928.
    390 
    390 
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    450 

    Model 49 Danish armchair by Eric Buck for Oddense Maskinsnedkeri / O.D. Møbler, 1960s

    Stylish Model 49 Danish armchair designed by Eric Buck and produced by Oddense Maskinsnedkeri / O.D. Møbler in Denmark, in the 1960s. Erik Buck design creations are distinctly Scandinavian, combining smooth wooden foundations with fabric, leather and ratan in organic and functional designs. This armchair combines solid teak with green textile upholstery. The comfortable, high quality Mid-Century item will look amazing with almost any modern design table or desk. The armchair is in very good vintage condition, with only minor signs of ware, all consistent with their age (see photos).
    450 
    450 
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    600 

    Beautiful Danish armchairs in teak, set of two, 1970s

    Two beautiful armchairs made of teak wood in Denmark, in the 1970s. With a wool upholstery in brown, grey and cream colours, this items are in very good vintage condition. The minimalist and modern look is emblematic for the Scandinavian furniture of that time. The armrests are quite sculptural and features the iconic organic lines of Nordic design.
    600 
    600 
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    700 

    Elegant Danish extendable 3 seats sofa in teak, 1970s

    Elegant sofa bed made of teak wood in Denmark, in the 1970s. With a wool upholstery in brown, grey and cream colours, this items are in very good vintage condition. The minimalist and modern look is emblematic for the Scandinavian furniture of that time. The armrests are quite sculptural and features the iconic organic lines of Nordic design. This 3 seats sofa can prove itself very practical because is extendable, so you can use it also as a bed.
    700 
    700 
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    1.350 

    Pair of FD109 Teak Lounge Chair by Ole Wanscher for France & Søn, 1960s

    Beautiful pair of teak lounge chairs FD-109 model by Ole Wanscher, designed in the 1950s and made in the 1960s by France and Son. The pieces are in good vintage condition, with normal signs of use due to age and with a lovely patina of time. Due to the influence of light, the colors may be distorted. Please see the detailed images.
    1.350 
    1.350 
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    715 

    FD109 Teak Lounge Chair by Ole Wanscher for France & Søn, Denmark, 1956

    Elegant lounge chair designed by Ole Wanscher for France & Søn in Denmark, 1960s. This vintage model FD-109 lounge chair maintains the manufacturer’s mark and features a sturdy teak wood frame with a slated open back and angled legs for an organic aesthetic. The minimalist lounge chair shows Danish modern exceptional design principles and making this chair the ideal fit for a modern or contemporary interior. The piece is in good vintage condition, with normal signs of use due to age and with a lovely patina of time. Due to the influence of light, the colors may be distorted. Please see the detailed images.
    715 
    715 
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    Art Deco armchair made by Jindrich Halabala for UP Zavody, 1950s
    350  230 

    Art Deco armchair made by Jindrich Halabala for UP Zavody, 1950s

    Elegant and exquisite Art Deco armchair made by Jindrich Halabala for UP Zavody, Czechoslovakia, in the 1950s. Halabala, one of the "Modern classics", was the director and chief architect of UP Zavody. The factory was considered - during the 1950s and 1960s - the largest furniture manufacturers in Europe. This armchair features both the geometrical lines of an Art Deco item and the clean shapes and honest philosophy of the Modern design. The armchair have recently been restored and have new upholstery.
    350  230 
    350  230 
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    230 

    Beautiful stool in teak wood, upholstered in black leatherette

    The stool is stamped by the manufacturer, feature the designer’s initials (HF), and have been quality approved by the association of Danish furniture makers - hence the black label also beneath the seat. The item shows slight signs of wear consistent with age and use,  and a lovely patina of time.
    230 
    230 
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    3.000 

    Rosewood set with 3-seater sofa & 2-seater sofa by Lennart Bender for Stjernmobler

    Impressive Scandinavian Modern solid varnished rosewood set with a 3-seater sofa and 2-seater sofa designed by Lennart Bender for Stjernmobler in Herrljunga, Sweden, in the 1960s. The sofas are accompanied by three lovely pillows. Condition Report: The frame is structurally sound, incredibly strong and sturdy, rosewood is in good vintage condition. The upholstery is in original condition so show uniform signs of wear due to age and use, with some rips on the back of long pillows (please see the photos). Although we avoid altering the original elements, we still recommend reupholstery in this case. Please note that we can reupholster the sofas according to your preference, so please contact us if you wish this. If you need additional details or pictures, do not hesitate to contact us. These sofas are, in themselves, rare items. All the less together as a set. Elegant, refined, proving the excellence of the Scandinavian design, the two pieces fit both the sumptuous interiors, as central pieces, and the minimalist ones, as design accents.
    3.000 
    3.000 
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    220 

    Brass aluminium train coat and luggage rack from 1960s, with a brass clothes hanger

    Large 1960's design brass aluminum train coat & luggage rack, accompanied by a brass clothes hanger. The train coat & luggage rack provide 10 hooks for coats and an original braided luggage net. The items show slight signs of wear consistent with age and use, and a lovely patina of time. Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings. A stylish organic shapes piece that can beautify any interior of your home, restaurant, or office.
    220 
    220 
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    Norwegian Modern coffee table
    Norwegian Modern coffee table
    500  300 

    Norwegian Modern coffee table

    Coffee table made in Norway, late 60s. The counter-top is made of veneered wood; the legs are made of stainless steel with hard plastic clogs. The counter-top edges are cut inwards giving this piece a light non-intrusive look. The legs are not plain, but made of three thin rods. The minimalist shape, the dialogue between wood and stainless steel, the curved edges, the line of the counter-top, all of this make this table a leading exponent of Scandinavian Modern style. The piece is in good vintage condition (see photos).
    500  300 
    500  300 
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    135 

    G Plan Quadrille stool in teak

    A beautiful G Plan Quadrille stool in teak, upholstered with red-burgundy velour fabric. The item shows slight signs of wear consistent with age and use, and a lovely patina of time.
    135 
    135 
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    1.200 

    Mid-century Teak Daybed by Edvard Kindt Larsen for Gustav Bahus

    A stunning and comfortable midcentury sofa made in Norway, designed by Edvard Kindt Larsen for Gustav Bahus in the 1960s. An exceptional sofa both for its form and quality. Features two pull-out tables in a teak frame, with a two cushion back and single seat cushion upholstered in nugget brown fabric, making this sofa just as comfortable as it is beautiful, with amazing form. The sofa rests on tapered, round teak legs. This clever design features teak pull-out tables at each end of the couch that can transform the sofa into a daybed when the two back cushions are placed on them. The tables can also be used without the cushions, as small coffee tables, magazine supports, etc. The seat of the sofa opens on a hinge, revealing a storage area with a hanging canvas base. Condition Report: The frame is structurally sound, incredibly strong and sturdy, teak is in excellent condition. The upholstery is no tears or rips in fabric but shows signs of wear in the seating area in accordance with age. Please note that we can reupholster the sofa according to your preference, so please contact us if you wish this. The underside of the sofa has the manufacturer’s stamp (Gustav Bahus, made in Norway). This unique sofa is very comfortable and exemplifies the distinctive style characteristic of Scandinavian Modern design. An investment quality selection, bringing visual interest and pleasure to any modern home.
    1.200 
    1.200 
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    500  300 

    Sixteen-light geometrical chrome chandelier (Sputnik), 1960s, Italy

    Spectacular sixteen-light geometrical chrome chandelier made in the 1960s in Italy. Presenting both the characteristics of European rational modernism, as well as those of Space Age design, this chandelier could be a stylish addition to any interior. Part of the large family of Sputnik style ceiling lights, this item has 16 chromed cylinders connected to a central axis in two-tier (8 of them "drawing" an inner circle and 8 of them an outer one). The chandelier is in full working order and in very good vintage condition.
    500  300 
    500  300 
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    Cantilever armchair made in the 1970s
    Cantilever armchair made in the 1970s
    300  150 

    Cantilever armchair made in the 1970s

    Beautiful cantilever armchair made in France in the 1970s. With a clean, minimalistic design, the item is made of chromed tubular metal, plywood and leather. Colored in brown and orange, the piece could be a nice addition to any roon. The armchair is in very good vintage condition.
    300  150 
    300  150 
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    1.350  1.200 

    Beautiful dining chairs designed by Giovanni Offredi for Saporiti, set of 6, Italy, 1970s

    Beautiful set of 6 wonderful vintage cantilevered Italian dining chairs designed by Giovanni Offredi for Saporiti and manufactured in the 1970s. The original labels are underneath. The bases are polished stainless steel. Some of the original rubber tips are missing, but they were replaced. Founded in the 1950s, Saporiti Italia Group provides advanced design solutions for clients all over the world and is known for its iconic Mid-Century and Space-Age furniture. The chairs are in overall good vintage condition.
    1.350  1.200 
    1.350  1.200 
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    450 

    Scandinavian Mid-Century armchair with headrest, 1970s

    Comfortable and elegant Mid-Century armchair made in the 1970s. Displaying a beautiful Scandinavian design aesthetic, this item features an interesting U-shaped armrest made in wood and renewed mustard upholstery (fireproof hotel & restaurant safe). The chromed supports of the headrest are a modern touch. The item is in very good vintage condition with no defects.
    450 
    450 
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    500 

    Petre Velicu, Arlechin, pastel, 40×32 cm, signed lower left with black

    Petre Velicu was born in 1950 in Bucharest and studied art at the Institute of Fine Arts Nicolae Grigorescu with Gheorghe Șaru. Beneficiary of the Theodor Aman scholarship, granted by the Bucharest City Hall until 1980, begins, after this date, to participate in group exhibitions (Orizont galleries, Atelier 35, Simeza gallery). He also exhibits abroad - Bulgaria, Switzerland, China, and, since 1990, he has settled in France where he participates in the Paris Autumn Show. He opens many personal exhibitions at: Sébastien Art Center in Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer and Carrousel du Louvre in 1996, France's Bastion in Porto Vecchio in 1999, Manege Royal in Saint Germain en Laye in 2000 and 2002, Fine Art Gallery in 2002. The surrealist universe of the painter seems to have the same origin as that of Stefan Câlția, Mircea Ciobanu or Ana Ruxandra Ilfoveanu - populated by timeless characters who borrow from the symbolism and mystery of the medieval carnival, stuck in precious attitudes, on neutral backgrounds that deconstruct them.
    500 
    500