This ´´´´Inca´´´´ lounge chair and ottoman was designed and produced by Arne Norell in Sweden. They are made from stained beechwood and teak with original caramel colored leather upholstery.
- Swedish chrome and leather armchairs - Produced in the 1970s - In the style of Bruno Mathsson - Upholstered in caramel leather - Light tubular chromed structure - Removable cushions
This pair of mid-century modern lounge chairs in deep gray lilac cotton velvet stands on sculptural walnut legs. The chairs are very comfortable and well made with classic lines. The origin is unknown but they have both Danish and Italian modern characteristics.
- Set of two side or coffee tables made from solid teak - Designed by Magnus Olesen and produced by Durum in Denmark in the 1960s - The pieces remain in a very good original condition - The wooden legs seem to be shorter than original height of this model, which is usually 45cm
This Danish easy chair is upholstered with honey-colored sheepskin and partly fitted with leather buttons. The front legs are equipped with wheels.
This highback loungechair is made of solid oak and was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1973. It features its original cushions in leather.
This vintage one-seater Togo sofa and ottoman have been recently re-upholstered in high-quality full grain black leather. The piece was designed by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset, France. The sofa measurements are below, and the ottoman measures height 30, width 87, and depth 102 cm.
Sofagarnitur bestehend aus Ledersofa und zwei Stk. Sessel. Komplett Leder- Variante (Sockel ist auch in Leder bezogen) Sofa bestehend aus 10 Teilen. Zwei Stk. Sessel bestehend aus 4 Teilen.
Dieser Couchtisch wurde von Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard Nielsenentworfen und von France & Søn in den 1950ern hergesellt. Der Tisch ist aus solidem Teakholz. Die Oberseite ist faltbar.
This high back lounge chair was designed by Warren Platner for Knoll International in the 1960s. This design was discontinued and is no longer produced by Knoll. The chair is slightly rusty, and there are some small pulls in the nubby wool fabric.
This set of four chairs and two armchairs were designed by Eugène Printz and produced in France in 1933. Featuring blackened wood with a slightly curved trapezoidal frame, the seats and backs have been upholstered in a beige fabric.
1970s mid-century dressing table by renowned furniture maker Alfred Cox. The dressing table has three top drawers with lower curved drawers.
This rosewood mid-century modern coffee table was designed by Johannes Andersen for CFK Silkeborg. It features sleek tapered legs. In a good original vintage condition.
This set of two Model 519 easy chairs was designed by Hans Olsen for Juul Kristensen in Denmark. They are made from teak, woven cane and new fabric.
A model Sirocco easy chair, designed by Arne Norell and produced by Arne Norell AB in Aneby, Sweden during the 1960s. The piece is made from brass, leather, and rosewood.
- Steel structures - Support bases in black plastic material - Padding in CFC-free polyurethane foam and polyester wadding - Cushions with polyurethane foam and polyester padding - Backs with movable headrests which can be used in high or low position, with instant convertibility - Velvet lining in dark brown
- Chest of drawers with top and body covered in parchment - Features metal handles and brass feet - Framed in maple
This octagonal coffee table featuring a brass and chrome structure and a travertine top was manufactured in Italy during the 1970s.