- Armchair model Troika dating from the 1950s - Seat and back in light grey velvet - Metal base in chrome-plated steel with ball-shaped feet
A brown leather and teak high back easy chair produced by OPE in Sweden, during the 1960s.
This coffee table is made from wood and glass.
- Armchair from the 1960s - Upholstered in yellow teddy bear style fabric - Feet in metal with brass tips
This pair of model 400 lounge chairs was designed by Brengt Ruda and produced by Artifort in 1961. The chairs have been newly reupholstered in grey and purple Kvadrat Hallingdal fabric.
Der Couchtisch ist organisch formschön ausgearbeitet. Er ist ein klassisches, skandinavisches Designobjekt von höchster Qualität und Eleganz. Ablagefläche aus dickem Rauchglas (6mm stark), Rahmengestell aus Palisanderholz.
- Teak lounge chair manufactured by De Ster - Recently re-upholstered - Chair is in very good condition
This black lacquered coffee table features sycamore marquetry.
2 Coffee Tables Nr. 5751, entworfen 1956 von Irving Harper/George Nelson, produziert von Herman Miller, Gestell aus satiniertem Chrom, höhenverstellbaren Füsschen, Tischplatte weißes Laminat.
50er Jahre Sessel -Der Sessel wurde komplett restauriert, neue Polsterung und neuer Bezug -Eine meisterhafte Polsterarbeit, sehr aufwendig -Polsterstoff gröberer Velour in Creme und Blau -Beine aus Massivholz -Sehr schön die kleinen ´´Hörnchen´´ aus Holz an den Armlehnen -Zwei Sessel verfügbar
Pair of armchairs made by ISA Bergamo in the 1950s with brass feet and satin fabric.
- Extendable armchair by Jindrich Halabala - Made by UP Zavody Brno - Designed in 1935 - The backrest can be set in 5 different positions - The armchair can extend into a bed (depth 163 cm) - The frame is made from bent oak, newly stained to a walnut color - Upholstery is original
This coffee table designed by Knut Hesterberg was produced in Germany during the 1970s. It features a polished cast aluminium base and a clear glass top.
This pair of ´´´´Jindrich Halabala´´´´ armchairs were manufactured by Thonet in the years 1940-46. They have been restored and reupholstered in red fabric from Maison Casadeco.
A set of two vintage teak lounge chairs, model 133, by Finn Juhl with original upholstery and a brass label.
This pair of Swan Chairs was designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen in Denmark in 1957, and were later produced in 1963. Both chairs remain in a great condition and come in their original black leather. The foam and the leather are in a very good condition, with no cracks, breaks, or stains.
This Norwegian leather lounge chair was produced by Westnofa in the 1970s. The chair is upholstered in genuine red leather with the rake of the backrest being adjustable through the arms via different fixing points. It is also raised upon a shaped beech frame. There are no rips or tears to any of the leather.
This Philip Arctander Muslingestol or Clam Chair is made from birch with new white sheepskin.