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This gold palmtree coffeetable was designed and manufactured by Hans Kögl in West-Germany. This piece is a real eyecatcher. A ritzy table with gold-plated brass curly brenches with hanging palmleaves. Hollywood Regency overall…
This piece is in very good condition with no defects.
Dutch Design by Maija Liisa Komulainen for Raak, Amsterdam. The copper-colored cylinders feature openings which produces indirect light.
Manufactured in the seventies but this “Fuga” sconce in good condition is really a timeless design.
This Danish Rocking chair is over 50 years old but still in in flawless condition. The frame is made from teak and the back of braided bamboo. Under the seat there is a label of the German company Möbelhaus Heinrich who sold this chair in the sixties for over 400 German Mark.
This is truly a handcrafted masterpiece, designed by the Desede-team in the seventies. This piece is over 40 years old but still in top condition. Thanks to the use of only quality materials and long-standing and deep-seated leather expertise.
This stylish sideboard is made from French cherry wood. This piece exudes beauty and superior craftmanship. The special inlaid of the wood creates a stunning checkered effect. This beautiful piece is over 50 years old but still in flawless condition.
Although these 2 teak coffeetables have a Slandinavian appearance, the designer and maker are of British descent. The tables have some nice details like the curved legs and smoked glasstop. Both are in good condition.
Excellent coffeetable with black frame designed in the seventies by G.V. Wilikins for G-Plan. This vintage coffeetable in good condition has some striking details. Take a look at the two upstanding edges over the length of the table. The top and bottom of the table legs are decorated with brass caps.
Danish Higboard in light Oak designed by Henri Walter Klein. He was a former student of the famous Danish designer and architect Finn Juhl. His designs are characteristic of the postwar Danish modern style, typically involving fine woods like teak and well proportioned, well crafted forms. This beautiful piece of furniture is in good condition. Light wear and patina consistent with age and use. Drawers and doors still run very smoothly.
This great sideboard in wallnut is in very good condition. We found it in Hamburg, West Germany. It was imported from Denmark in the sixties by the German company Rehmann & Sohne.
Stunning rare rosewood XL sideboard manufactured in Germany by Musterring in the sixties.
This German quality finished sideboard has a beautiful grain and great details.
The front of the drawers is upholstered in black leather and all nobs are in brass.
Dimensions: Width 260 cm, Height 80 cm, Depth 50 cm.
Poul Cadovius had the revolutionary idea to design a floating, modular shelving system that would maximize floor space and signify the end of conformity in shelving. The Royal System (1948) shelving unit went on to win the gold medal at the Finland Furniture Fair in 1950 and silver medal at the XI Triennale di Milano 1957 and remained a hallmark of midcentury modern design throughout the 1950s and ‘60s.
Set of 6 vintage rosewood chairs by Lübke. Manufactured in West-Germany inthe sixties. Altough these elegant chairs are over 50 years old, the are in good condition. The frame is made of solid rosewood, the seating of black leatherette.
This coffeetable is made by solid teak and has a warm golden-brown glow. The shapes are very organic and smoothly curved. The condition is very good. Designed by Niels Bach for Glostrup Möbelfabrik in the seventies.
Mid Century teak coffee table designed by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen in 1961. Manufactured by France & Daverkosen in Denmark. In very good condition.
Mid Century sideboard designed by Victor Wilkins for G plan in the sixties. This sideboard has a beautiful grain and warm golden brown glow to it. Great details like the organic shaped handles and the U-Shaped legs. Very rare.
Full teak trolley with magazine rack and brass wheels. Manufactured by Opal Möbel in the sixties. Great condition just minor signs of use. All wheels run smoothly. Great details like the benchwood Scandinavian curves and brass wheels.
This piece, a designer classic by Michel Ducaroy, is partially restored and reupholstered. Worn out polyether filling is replaced to reasure the firmand comfortable seating.
The quality leather which this sofa is upholstered with has a vintage look and matches the color PANTONE Honey Gold 15-1142 TCX the most.
The Togo is the cult classic for over 40 years. Designed by Michal Ducaroy for Ligne Roset in 1973 but still very popular today. This cornerseat is instantly recognisable from its distinctive and organic shape. Filled with 5 different densities of foam what results in a magnificent seatingcomfort. (Once you sit you do not want to get out no more!). The hand stitched modular and light weight elements allow you to configure the sofa to your own wishes.
The Togo was designed by Michel Ducaroy in 1973 for Ligne Roset in France. For over 45 years this design hasn’t lost any of its style and comfort yet.
The iconic design of the sofa is based on polyether foam in different densities, which gives you the ultimate support and relaxing comfort.
That’s probably why it happens to be the most sold sofa in the world….
This Togo set is refurbished and upholstered in dark leather. The set consist of 5 elements: 1x fauteuil with hocker, 1x 2-seater, 1x 3-seater and 1x cornerseat.
This Togo living room set in yellow microfiber was designed in 1973 by Michel Ducaroy. In 2018 the set was partly restored and fully reuphostered in a bright yellow fabric named “Microfiber” . This fabric has a coating that turns fluid into drops so they slide from the sofa when fluid is spilled.
Togo Living room set in high quality thick grey leather. This 3-elements set consists of a 2-seater, 3-seater and a cornerseat. Designed in 1974 by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset. This set is restored. Worn out pieces of polyether are replaced by new ones. Each element is reupholstered in high quality thick leather.
A lovely 2-seater from Michal Ducaroy. Designed in 1973 but still very popular now. This a refurbished sofa. The polyether filling has been restored to give you the support and relaxing comfort you need. A designer classic with new upholstery in pink velvet fabric. Isn’t she lovely?
This design icon is fully restored. Old worn out pieces of polyether are replaced by new filling. The two-seater is reupholstered in a petrol velvet polyesther fabric. The fabric feels soft but is easy to clean due to the special coating.
This Togo lounge chair from Ligne Roset is partly refurbished and fully reupholstered. The old worn parts of polyether have been taken out and are replaced by new ones. The velvet fabric of this lounge chair feels great and is is easy to clean.