Sessel der niederländisch-deutschen Firma Leolux aus den 70er Jahren mit massivem Holzgestell und Lederkissen in minimalistischem Look.
This armchair was produced in Italy in the manner of by Gio Ponti. It features brass legs and blue upholstery with motifs on the beige seat and backrest.
- Made in Italy in the 1950s - Newly upholstered with a grey cotton fabric - Organic shape - Comfortable and large seat - High backrest with full head support
This Ercol armchair was manufactured in the 1940s, in the austerity era, it has a sprung seat base and shaped arms. It was made of brown laquered Elm. The condition of this vintage Ercol, occasional fireside armchair, is solid but with wear (see pictures). It was made of brown laquered Elm.
- Diese beiden Sessel wurden von Jan Vanek in den 1930ern entworfen - Die Hanfspanngurten wurden erneuert und die Holzteile neu lackiert - Die Auflagen haben einen mit Schafwolle umwickelten Kokosfaserkern - Der Bezug ist Zebrasamt der englischen Firma Colefax and Fowler - Beide Seiten können wahlweise verwendet werden
This lounge chair was attributed to Alfred Hendrickx for Belform in Belgium, 1950s. The chair has a walnut base, and the comfortable seat is upholstered in the original white skai upholstery. The chair is crafted with an eye for detail, like the armrests that have a very subtle curve that gives extra comfort. In good original condition with minor wear consistent with age and use, preserving a patina. This chair has clearly been taken good care of over the years.
This rattan easy chair, model 514A, was designed by Dirk van Sliedregt in 1952 for Gebr. Jonkers in Noordwolde. It has a black metal frame, rattan bucket seat, and beech armrests. The seat is connected to the frame by a leather belt at the back. The chair is in very good condition without damages on the rattan. The bucket seat is not 100% straight on the frame as can be seen in the pictures. It has no influence on the seating comfort.
- Very comfortable and versatile armchair - Features original upholstery in very good condition - Pattern is quite distinctive of the 1980s period - The frame is polyester and latex - Chair is on casters - In a Memphis style
This is a mid-century leather lounge chair by Ingmar Relling for Westnofa, Norway. The model is called Siesta and is made out of bentwood, leather, and canvas.
This pair of armchairs, model ‘650 AEO’, was designed by Paolo Deganello for Cassina in 1973. The structure is made from painted metal and the base from plastic. They feature the original fabric, which is removable and washable, a polyurethane foam cushion padding and wadding. In an excellent original vintage condition.
This Danish high back armchair dates to the 1960s and has been restored with new insides and upholstery. The cushions have zippers for easy maintenance. The restoration has remained faithful to the original shape and detailing.
This mid-century Brazilian patched leather lounge chair with a table was created by a group of young Brazilian designers who, throughout the 1960s and 1970s, designed some of the most extraordinary furniture, using traditional materials and techniques with a progressive, relaxed attitude. Therefore this set is in the style of modern mid-century designers like Jean Gillon, Percival Lafer and Sergio Rodrigues. This set is handcrafted and features a frame in tropical hardwood supporting a very...
This pair of mid-century Scandinavian brown leatherette swivel chairs from the 1970s features a bent beech foot and armrests. The frame is made of tubular steel and carries the seating with canvas. These very comfortable pieces remain in original condition.
Seltener Sessel Modell ´´Mama Bear´´ von Hans Wegner für Johannes Hansen, Dänemark. Späte 1950er Jahre. Original Baumwollbezug; massives Teakholz.
This sturdy raw leather and solid wooden armchair was made and designed in the 1970s.
This pair of Vostra easy chairs was designed by Jens Risom and manufactured by Knoll International in the USA in 1941. They feature beechwood frames and are upholstered with brown leather.
A set of two black vinyl armchairs with oyster shaped seating and black metal frames. They are designed in a style that is reminiscent of designs by Pierre Guariche.
Dieser Stuhl wurde von Giancarlo Piretti in den 1970er Jahren entworfen und von Castelli in Italien hergestellt. Er besteht aus einem Röhrenstahlrahmen und einem geformten Schaumstoffpolster aus rotem Hopsack.