This stunning pair of 1970s Milo Baughman lounge chairs in a lush cotton gold velvet would be the center piece of any office or home. We bought these in the USA and shipped them to our base in Dublin, Ireland. The original fabric was a very worn, tired and ugly fabric and we believe we have done an excellent job transforming these chairs to meet the modern furniture world. The frames are in very good condition in consideration of the age. They do have some light wear which is normal. The frames have all been polished for shine and to remove any old dirt and grime. The seating position of the chairs is very nice and would certainly work in a residential or commercial environment or within an office setting. American design from this period takes it cues from the art deco period but uses more modern materials and manufacturing techniques. While these chairs evoke an earlier period they also look and feel incredibly modern yet they have a better build quality than most similar modern furniture. These chairs will last you a lifetime.
Gorgeous Danish 1950s teak coffee table designed by Charles France for by France & Daverkosen. Original stamp and sticker on base. Fully restored in-house by our restoration team.
Burlwood with brass sideboard designed by the French designer Jean Claude Mahey in the 1970s. The sideboard has been restored but does have a few marks in the clearcoat lacquer from its previous life.
Beautifully restored set of 6 rosewood dining chairs by Johannes Andersen for Mogens Kold, 1960s, Denmark. Superb quality.
Decorative stoneware bowl by Gunnar Nylund for Rorstrand, Sweden. Perfect for salt or other condiments on your special occasions and makes a great ornament when not in use.
A Pair of Milo Baughman attributed scoop chairs. We recovered these in a modern green velvet fabric that is durable and very easy to maintain. These chairs would be ideal for a home office or work office space.
Beautifully 1950s jug shaped vase with a handle in a cream brown glazed color by Gunnar Nylund for Rorstrand. Base is signed "GN" along with manufacturers mark.
A pair of oak frame 'Bonanza' armchairs by Finnish designer Esko Pajamies, 1970s. Fully restored and upholstered. Price is for the pair.
Vintage red glass lamp by Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors. Easily shipped worldwide and can be easily adapted for any country by an electrician.
A rosewood Monte Carlo sofa by Ingvar Stockum for Futura Mobler. This sofa was so expensive to produce that it only had a two year production run from 1965 to 1967. Recently upholstered in a modern teal fabric.