G Plan nesting tables designed by Victor Wilkins. Very nice quality of teak to two (rim and base darker) tones and beautiful sculptural lines of the feet. Very practical they allow many possible combinations. Good condition, some small traces of use. 1960's Scandinavian style 20th century Size inches: 20H x 39W x 19.5D - 19H x 17W x 18.5DSize centimeters:...
Pair Cognac fiberglass chairs after Eero AarnioThe white fibreglass outer shell and the interior shell is upholstered with black synthetic leather; placed on a chrome swivel base. Leather and chrome is in very good condition but the fibreglass shell has a few scratches. Late 20th Century Size inches: 28H x 23.5 in diameter, Seat 18HSize centimeters: 71H x...
G Plan nesting tables designed by Victor Wilkins. Very nice quality of teak and beautiful sculptural lines Very practical they allow many possible combinations. Good condition, 1960's Scandinavian style, United Kingdom 20th century Size inches: 19.5H x 21W x 17DSize centimeters: 49H x 53W x 43D
In 1930, astronomer and clockmaker Louis Zimmer (1888–1970) built the Jubilee (or Centenary) Clock. This dial shows the 7 days of the week, represented by their acient gods and symbols. Early 20th Century, 1930 Size inches: 31.5 in DiameterSize centimeters: 80 in Diameter
Black stained oak brutalist sideboard.Equiped with 4 doors, 2 interior drawers and a light oak interior.The diamond shaped geometrical pattern gives the sideboard a strong and impressive appearance. 20th Century - 1980's Size inches: 36.5H x 88.5W x 18.5DSize centimeters: 93H x 220W x 47D
Authentic Val Saint Lambert "Tiffany"handblown clear glass table lamp by Ingo Maurer. It still has the original label. Excellent vintage condition. Still has the original electricity wires. 1969 - Mid 20th century Size inches: 18.5H x 7 in DiameterSize centimeters: 47H x 18 in Diameter Shade not included More details on the designer Ingo Maurer
Round ceramic Keith Haring Clock. Works ons batteries Late 20th Century Size inches: 9.5 in DiameterSize centimeters: 24 in Diameter Keith Allen Haring (May 4, 1958 – February 16, 1990) was an American artist whose pop art and graffiti-like work grew out of the New York City street culture of the 1980s.