This vintage chest of drawers from Denmark features three drawers.
A Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999) sideboard, made in France circa 1958.
This low teak chest comprises four drawers.
- Minimalistic burl coffee or cocktail table with flattened edges in the style of Willy Rizzo - Probably manufactured in France
Set of two easy chairs designed by Arne Norell for Arne Norell AB in Aneby, Sweden. Made from walnut with green buffalo leather.
This pair of stylish Italian armchairs was designed in the 1950s. The chairs feature a frame in black lacquered wood with curved armrests and saffron wool upholstery.
Set of two lounge chairs, designed by Ib Kofod Larsen, produced by Carlo Gahrn. The chairs have been newly upholstered and covered with Fabric Outback by Kvadrat. The design is documented 1957 in Danish magazine Mobilia.
This is an easy chair with a high back, solid light oak and padded with square yellow Hallingdal fabric.
This Bovenkamp lounge chair is upholstered in black leather, with a rosewood frame. Ib Kofod Larsen designed this piece in the 1960s for the Dutch brand Bovenkamp. Ib Kofod Larsen (1921 – 2003) was known for his designs featuring comfortable materials and simple lines, with circular seats and pointed legs. This particular piece has an obtuse frame and a sturdy base. The piece has a back support which follows the curvature of the body. It is marked ´Bovenkamp´ on the underside.
This chest of drawers in solid and veneered teak comprises four drawers and round tapered legs.
Coffee table manufactured by Ligne Roset circa 1970 in France. It features a lacquered iron foot and a slate top.
A coffee table model ´´BORD´´ designed by the brothers Uno & Östen Kristiansson. Produced by their own company Luxus in Vittsjö, Sweden. Designed and produced during the early 1960s. Minimalist design with chromed steel legs and palisander table top. Very good original vintage condition with light patina.
This sideboard and mirror was produced in the 1950s in Germany. It is made from a two-tone sideboard, with a body in dak stained wood and the doors in a light-colored maple. There are two cupboards and two drawers. The dimensions given below are for the entire piece. The sideboard measures: width 130cm, depth 46cm, height 52cm.
This low coffee table was produced in the Eisenach region of Germany, in the Wood Crafts Cooperative Kurt Trautmann in 1976. The piece is model number M3b and has a glass top with geometric New Look graphics, and brass legs.
This Louis Ceize closet is handmade and is from the 18th Century.
This sideboard in European walnut was designed by the Dutch designer A. A. Patijn and produced by Zijlstra Joure during the 1950s. The doors and drawers have refined brass handles and the legs have height adjustable brass feet. The drawers feature a bent plywood interior.
Inspired by the perfect proportions found in nature, Studio Duesdara´s Real (or royal) Sideboard is thoughtfully constructed using measurements based on golden ratios. Its structure is made of melamine (natural oak) in 19mm thickness throughout. The drawers have a ´´tic-tac´´ system; just press and open, no hangers, no handles. Sliding doors are lacquered with matte colors. The base is made of 16x16mm metal tube lacquered in matte black. And the colors? There are three vibrant palettes...
This set of two modular elements can form two ends of sofa or be put together to form a coffee table. They are both made from stainless steel.