Unusual piece that can be used as console, desk or dining table. Well built with a smoked glass top in very good vintage condition.
H: 72cm x W: 103cm x D: 65cm
Bonsai tree coffee table by Willy Daro, Belgium, circa late 1970’s, early 1980s. This sculptural coffee table features a patinated brass base and a clear beveled glass table top. Very good original condition.
These coffe tables and Daro fossil table lamps are generally attributed to the famous Belgium artist Willy Daro (Les Nouveaux Ateliers Willy Daro SPRL, Brussels, Belgium), but in the seventies also several companies produced these tables and lamps. Often made in Italy, France and Belgium.
The Willy Daro website no longer exists. The company itself ended business in 1987.
In a very good vintage condition.
H: 41cm x W: 120.5 cm x D: 65cm
Italian wrought gilt iron coffee table with 1cm thick glass top.
in a very good vintage condition with a beautiful natural patina. Glass top showing slight traces of use.
H: 37cm x Top DIA: 102cm
“Wrought iron” actually means that the metal has been heated and then hand-forged with tools. Most of today’s iron, by contrast, is “cast iron” which has been melted and then poured into a mold to harden and cut. That explains why craftsmen are able to shape real wrought iron into the intricate designs associated with the name, and why the finished product is considerably stronger. It’s also why wrought iron is usually "more expensive".
This customized wall unit system can adapt or adjusted according to different ceiling heights, from 236cm to 280cm height, with a simple extra panel (down right main picture)
This spectacular Italian Walnut wall system is in really very good condition showing only minimal signs of its previous life.
Each individual piece simply hangs on the backboard using angled dowels and can be positioned at your discretion.
As you would expect with a vintage piece, a few small almost invisible marks of use, but nothing that detracts overall.
We have paid particular attention to photographing any areas of concern, so you can make an accurate assessment yourself.
This piece was customized to be used as a corner, but it can also be used as a long piece wall unit.
Origin Italy, unknown designer. It probably came from a handcraft furniture maker atelier.
The modular units consist of:
7 x wall division panels with 3 parcels of walnut plate each with
1 x glazed sliding door cabinets each containing two glass shelves
2 x cabinets that can be used as a bar with key that fits both lockable bar/cabinets
3 x large drawers base cabinet, 1 x with lockable drop front cabinet containining a files classement
1x panel to close the down corner between the drawers base cabinet, if placed as a corner piece as the picture.
14 x shelves / bookcases
All pieces featuring also a walnut interior in a excellent condition
L: 425cm x H: 236 to 270cm
L: 180cm x H: 236 to 270cm
A total suface of 605cm long if used as one long piece.
Fiam Italia round dining table by the Italian designer Rodolfo Dordoni, offers amazing customisation potential. This has been the secret of success for the table that pointed the way to the full custom approach. Luxor can be produced in small and medium sizes, square or rectangular, for elegant executive and office desks, or in large sizes with original shapes to furnish meeting rooms or reception areas. In Luxor, Dordoni’s product made flexibility the key to its success, and it was the first piece to incorporate the full custom philosophy.
Showin few slight traces of use*
H: 73cm x D: 120cm
All handmade and not demountable table or desk. Provenance of Brazilian diplomate residence in Paris, France. This table is heavly built as it weight with a strong character and elegance.
The inferior top table frame is build in Brazilian oak, the top cover in massive wenge wood, as it both legs in massive wenge wood.
According the former owner, this piece is (probably) a customized piece. Attributed to Jean Gillon or even to Sergio Rodrigues as it corresponds to their style. No documentation about the table has been found and the etiquette under the top table has been visibly gone.
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Aldo Tura lacquered parchment extendable bar-coffee table, early 1970.
Not much is known in literature about Tura's life. The experimental furniture designer has been dealing with the manual production of tables, cupboards and lamps since the 1930s. In 1939 he founded his own furniture workshop in Lombardia near Milano.
His mix of styles from Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and minimal. Tura went beyond the limits of traditional craftsmanship. Following the Art Deco movement, which focused on straight lines and angles, Tura's designs now included flowing lines and free forms. The limited edition of Tura's works is of high quality, some pieces only existed as prototypes. In his designs, he used a large selection of unusual materials such as eggshells, parchment, goatskin and wood veneers. His objects, often kept in the colors red, green and yellow (rarely in dark blue or violet) were occasionally also provided with wheels or roller feet as well as with bronze or brass fittings. Bar cabinets in various sizes and with different functions, from filigree trolleys to large floor cabinets, formed the focus of the work from Tura's workshop. They were equipped with accessories such as ice buckets, carafes, humidors, ashtrays and cocktail shakers, which were mostly covered with lacquered goatskin.
When many furniture manufacturers opted for mass production in the post-war years, Tura remained committed to traditional craftsmanship. Its preferred complicated and complex forms brought with it labor-intensive processes that did not allow the industrial production of large quantities. In the 1950s, Tura also produced hand-painted seating with motifs of architectural or Venetian landscapes.
The Brooklyn Museum in NYC shows some of Tura's works that were originally part of the traveling exhibition Italy at Work: Her Renaissance in Design Today 1950–53 .
The Tura company in Lazzate, Italy, continues to produce furniture based on the style of the designer who died in 1963.
In a very good vintage condition
H: 40cm x L: 140cm x D: 80cm
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Console in ash wood recovered in palisander, designed by Guglielmo Ulrich for Fontana Arte between 1945-1950.
Bibliographie: Luca Sacchetti, Guglielmo Ulrich, éditions Motta, 2009, similar model p.394.
H: 72cm x L: 160cm x D: 50cm
Gio Ponti dressing table for the Royal Hotel in Naples, and Parco dei Principi in Rome, and Sorrento in the 1960s.
The desk was designed in 1953 and Manufacturer by Dassi Milano.
2 items available: in pear wood and mahogany.
H: 94,5cm x W: 76cm x D: 46cm
in a very good vintage condition.
One item in mahogany are still available
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Gio Ponti writing desk for Banca Nazionale di Alvaro, late 1940s.
manufactured in walnut, oak, brass.
Produced by Schirolli, Mantua, Italy. Together with a certificate of expertise from the Gio Ponti Archives.
H: 78cm x W: 140cm x D: 80cm
Contains no scratches, slight signs of use by the age.
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Hand oil painted and varnished Italian cabinet, it also can be used as wardrobe with an exceptional shef or as shoe-shef. A customized piece, probably made in the early 1950s. Manufactured with different kind of wood and brass.
in a very good vintage condition
H: 210 x 180 x 47 cm
Severin Hansen Jr. Four Drawers Teak desk for Haslev Møbelsnedkeri A/S, Danmark, 1950
Designed 1941 ( according to a private Danish Design Research) and produced in early 1950s.
Slight wood patina, no scratches.
H: 73cm x W: 143cm x D: 75cm
Italian coffe or side table, 1970s. Ebonised wood legs, chrome metal strapping and the edge of the table and legs. Marble top, very good
condition, no chips.
H: 46cm x W: 83cm x D; 75cm
Silver cabinet by Charlotte Perriand in kingwood, chrome metal, glass, mirror, glass partially frosted and partially painted in gold and brown. A exceptional piece realized in 1926, for the "Salon des Artistes Décorateurs" in 1927
H: 102cm x W: 221 cm W: 58cm
- Pièce décrite dans le catalogue réalisé à l’occasion du Salon des Artistes décorateurs de 1927.
- Charlotte Perriand, Publié à l’occasion de l’exposition Charlotte Perrian dorganisée au Centre Pompidou présentée du 7 décembre 2005 au 27 mars 2006, Édition du Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005. Modèle similaire reproduit p. 118.
- Mary Mcleod, Charlotte Perriand : An Art of Living, Harry N. Abrams, NewYork, 2003. Modèle similaire reproduit p. 27.
- Jacques Barsac, Charlotte Perriand, un art d’habiter, Édition Norm, Paris, 2005. Modèle similaire reproduit p. 25.
- Alastaire Duncan, Art Déco, Encyclopédie des Arts Décoratifs des années vingt et trente, Éditions Citadelles & Mazenod, Paris, 2010. Modèle similaire reproduit p. 63.
- Jacques Barsac, Charlotte Perriand : l’oeuvre complète, 1903-1940, Éditions Norma, Paris, 2015. Modèle similaire reproduit p. 45.
Long retangular coffee table with mosaic tabletop in white, grey,
and gold, fixed on a teak-wood plate. Designed by Berthold Müller-Oerlinghaus and produced by Mosaikwerkstatt Berthold Müller-Oerlinghaus. The base consists of two legs made of chromed steel
supporte with a long piece of palisander in between. the top and legs in excellent condition. Tow of top corners has minor chip and has been restored with the original
H: 50cm x L: 183cm x W: 65cm
The 1940s French decorator's decorative arts. The "Haute Couture" of interior design from the 1910s to 1950s.
This elegant iron gilt with a glass top coffee table, all original by Jean Royére, Tour Eiffel coffee table, France, late 1940s
In an original patina and glass top.
H: 33cm x L: 140cm x W: 55cm
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Italian coffee table in golden wrought iron and a black-mirror-glass top. Handcrafted from unknown designer. Origins, venice.
Iron gilt is a typical aspect of the 1940s (second world warr) , when bronze and brass metal became rarity, thus substituting for gold-painted iron. Later in the 1960s - early 70s, iron gilt came back as "Hollywood Regency" style.
Limited edition "Adesso Pero" medium bookcase, red lacquered chestnut and removable rectangular glass tiles. Door engraved brass plaque "Ettore Sottsass 1992, Design Gallery Milano", 1992.
H: 210cm x L: 160cm x D: 50cm
The Striking form of the bases is one of finest Wikkelsø's design, produced between 1960-1969, It is in excellent condition.
It is an Eye-catching centerpiece for any lounge space
H: 46cm / D: 90cm
"Antony" bookcase with rectangular frame in oak veneer and red and blue lacquered metal with a sliding door and two shelves and a gray plastic drawer under the cabinet with inscription "Charlotte Perriand patented model". (Posterior leg) 1954. Provenance: These libraries fitted the student rooms of the Jean-Zay university residence in antony (France).
Piero Fornasetti. 'Strumenti Musicali' coffee table, 1950s. Wooden top, laminated, printed pattern with musical instruments of the Renaissance, colored by hand. Foot in black enamelled metal base with a brass strip.
Marked: Maker's label
H: 47.5cm x D: 115..5cm
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Very elegant coffee or side table in solid brass and glass. The glass tabletop is holded by three peacocks in solid brass. it is about 8kg of brass metal. This table is a really eyecatcher following the unequal French style from Maison Jensen, Maison Charles, or Maison Bagues. The French Home-Haute-Couture.
In an excellent vinatge condidion
H: 5CM x D: 80cm
Pair of PETER GHYCZY Pioneer series T 18 side tables in solid brass and glass. Netherlands early 1970s.
All parts brass patinated B.50 x L.50 x H.50 cm glass 15 mm .The sand cast base, in solid brass, features the Ghyczy logo. Typical for the sand-casting process, small irregularities may exist, even in the polished surface. The 15 mm glass plate is available clear or satin and 40 × 40 cm or 50 × 50 cm sizes. The Pioneer series The foundational series under the GHYCZY name, this avant-garde collection pays homage to the clamping technique that made Peter Ghyczy a pioneer in his field. After playing with fabricated 15mm glass plates first developed in 1960, the Pioneer Series was designed around glass being the central construct. Each glass plate floats within these designs clamped in several places, essentially holding the construction together.
Price for the pair*
6 doors Credenza Sideboard. Each door feature 2 half-spheres sculpted in massive Honduran Mahogany, manufacture by DE COENE, Courtrai (kortaijk),Belgium during the first half of 1970s.
De Coene has been manufaturing high standart furniture pieces and highly famous for its Art-Deco. pieces that became highly collectable beacuse of the low production, a refined hand-work, and high standart materials
Height: 120cm x Depth: 40cm x Width: 300cm
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A fine example of the Peter Ghyczy clamp technique. This double tiered, extravagant coffee table is designed with influences from the Orient. Commanding attention, the design is built to create conversation. When lost, look to the T14 for a “tete a tete”. The supporting legs are sand cast metal, partially polished in order to accentuate their solid, handcrafted character. Typical for the sand-casting process, (ghyczy.com)
Solid brass (4.8kg each leg) / Crystal glass top 1,5cm
Height 45cm x Depth 100cm x Width 100cm
All 4 legs are Signed and on excellent vintage condition.
VERY RARE and elegant table console fallowing the pioneer series in solid brass (8kg each leg) and crystal glass 1.5cm.
*A small scratch on the glass top almost invisible
*ALL 4 legs are Signed. (Ghyczy.com)
Height 73cm x Depth 40cm x Width150cm
A highly collectable Space-Age piece by Knut Hesterberg, W. Germany.
The table features a massive removable frame made of curved chromium plated flat steel, adjustable brackets with integrated glass cushions.
Many components such as the glass top in a near-new condition
Height: 52cm / Diameter: 98cm / Weight: About 30kg
This coffee table features a chromed-steel base with an retangualar smoke-colored glass top.
Manufactured by Ronald Schmitt and attributed to Knut Hesterberg.
Period design: 1970 to
Height: 117cm / Width: 70cm
This 'Falcon' coffee table was designed by Sigurd Ressell for Vatne Furniture in NORWAY from 1965.
It belongs to the series Falcon Chair,is made from a smoked glass table top with stained bentwood legs.
It is an excellent contition.
Height: 46cm / Diameter: 90cm
Paul Kingma was a well known Dutch artist who made himself most of his tables between1970 and 1994, he started making tables in the early sixties for friends.
"All tables are unique one of a kind", made of pieces of stone he found during his trips around the world.This table weighs about 60KG. To capture nature and the beauty of aging in his designs. The table remains in a vintage condition, some minor user marks consistent with age. A Fantastic piece of art quality table.
Height: 46cm / Width: 76cm / Depth: 113cm
This coffee table has several copper rings and other metal pieces, different coloured stones and two ingrow British
1965 Winston Churchil, "Elizabeth II Gratia Regina" (5 shillings) coins, that today they were said to
be worth Â£1000 each.
The table is Signed VAN RAMBURREM , unfortunately we still don't know much more about the artistit. Any
information about we will be extremely thankfull for.
The Dutch artist Paul Reinier Kingma started making the "Kingma tables" in the 70s. His tables are made of concrete, layered with natural stones, copper of different seizes and coins
that during the 1980's and 1990's he has inspired few others artists.
The top table base is in beton following the early works of Kingma. Also one stamp down under the top table that was partially ripped that could have help us to indentify the Artist.
This table It is undoubtedly a work of art