On this page you will find beautiful vintage design classics, collectors items and popular design furniture.
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The products listed below must be collected from the shop after purchase,
so you can judge and try out the product yourself as pre-owned products cannot be returned.
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standard 10% discount when you pick up the product yourself in our shop!
Sleek, minimalist armchair designed by Gijs van der Sluis for 'Van der Sluis Stalen Meubelen', 1970s. Chromed metal frame, wooden armrests and original green faux leather upholstery. In very good condition with minor traces of use.
PRICE IS PER PIECE!
H 77 x W 61 x D 64 cm
Mid-Century Modern Danish storage unit / secretary in beautiful rosewood, 1960s. Consisting of 4 drawers in the lower part with pulled writing surface. In its upper part a central niche with a hidden mirror, surrounded by two sets of 3 small drawers. Can be used as vanity as well.
In good vintage condition.
H 110 x W 92 x 45 D cm
Striking and rare nest of three Teak tables designed and manufactured in the 1960s by Scottish brand Mcintosh. The large table folds open to double its size, the two smaller sidel tables slotting in underneath. The set is mounted on castors for perfect manoeuvring. Highly innovative distinctive Mid-Century design in very good original condition.
Large table un-extended: H 63 x W 76 X D 40 cm
Large table extended: H 63 x W 76 x D 40 cm
Two small tables: H 52 x W 34 X D 36 cm
Italian design bar stool called Golf stool, designed by Roberto Lucci and Paolo Orlandini for Velca, Italy 1960s. Made of Ivory and black ABS plastic and chrome. Adjustable in height by pushing a chromed button under the seat. Considering its age this bar stool is still in very good condition.
H 60-74 x Ø 34 cm
Price per set/2:
€ 300,- (2 sets available)
Cool 'Gatti' side table designed by Mario Bellini for C&B Italia (now B&B Italia) in 1967. Made from black fiberglass in a rounded square shape, marked and numbered at the bottom.
Two identical pieces available. In good vintage condition with small traces of usage and age.
PRICE IS PER PIECE!
Dimensions: 45 x 45 x H 22 cm
Impressive and superb Scandinavian 3- pieces console Unit (Hall Set) from the 1960s with three drawers, a very large mirror and matching, rare table lamp. Designed by Lars-Göran Nilsson and Ewa Wrangel, produced by AB Glas & Trä, Sweden.
Executed in Rosewood veneer with a beautiful grain and copper disks, what a perfect mix.
Fits perfect in the Hall but can also be used as a dressing table in the master bedroom!
In almost perfect condition with very slight traces of use, no breaks or repairs.
Console H45 x W116 X D40 cm - Mirror H120 x W80 x D5 cm - Lamp H36 x W12 x D12 cm
Vintage Casalino Junior (children's) chair, designed by Alexander Begge for Casala, 1970s.
These quirky chairs are made of plastic and are stackable.
Given the age in very good and original condition, cleaned and polished.
Slight scratches on the seat by use.
PRICE IS PER PIECE!
H 52 x W 36 x D 34 cm - SH 32 cm
Beautiful cool Lounge Chair from the 1970s, designed and produced by Arrben, Italy.
Made of beautiful thick saddle leather in combination with a stylish chromed tubular frame.
Leather and chrome are in excellent condition.
H 77 x W 63 x D 78 cm - SH 36 cm
Minimalist armchair called Oase, designed by Wim Rietveld for Ahrend de Cirkel in 1958.
Made of light grey lacquered steel and recently new upholstered with moss-green Tonus fabric by Kvadrat.
Given its age in very good condition with only small traces of use beneath the Bakelite armrests and on the metal frame.
H 76 x W 59 x D 70 cm - SH 40 cm
Fantastic vintage lounger / chaise longue, the SKYE Lounge Chair. A beautiful, minimalistic design by Tord Björklund for Ikea, 1980.
This 'SKYE' is in excellent condition with very few traces of use! The black leather is very beautiful, not worn or torn anywhere and with a very nice patina. The chrome base and the canvas upholstery of the frame are completely intact.
H 95 x W 65 x D 160 cm - SH 35 cm
Very nice Mid-Century sideboard in beautiful flamed rosewood. This credenza dates from the 60's and is designed by E.W. Bach for the Danish manufacturer Sejling Skabe.
Left and right a sliding door with behind it a shelf, in the middle a drop-down cabinet with a glass shelve and lighting. Underneath three wide drawers. The entire cabinet floats lightly on tall tapered legs.
In very nice condition!
H 117 x W 220 x D 42 cm
Beautiful teak cabinet designed by Louis van Teeffelen for Wébé in the 1950s.
This Danish inspired cabinet contains a desk unit for letters, papers and other stuff, a wide drawer and nice organic shaped feet.
This Van Teeffelen Cabinet is in very good, original condition without noteworthy traces of use.
H 111 x W 85 x D 40 cm
Fabulous Rosewood 'Eclipse' coffee table designed by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkebørg, Denmark 1960s.
This rare table is made of magnificent grained rosewood. A true masterpiece of timeless design.
This series of tables is one of Andersen’s most popular designs. The beautiful construction techniques and quality materials showcase the designer’s unique style. The beveled edges of the legs and tabletop soften the feel of the piece and are the highlight of the design.
The unique joining of the legs to the tabletop are also noteworthy.
H 50 x W 160 x D 76 cm
Very attractive industrial metal cabinet / sideboard from the 1960s with two sliding doors, a walnut top and a beautiful
chrome-plated T-base. There is one adjustable metal shelf behind the smooth-running doors. The cabinet is in a very good vintage condition with small user marks.
H 70 x W 150 x D 41 cm
Woodline Lounge Chair designed by Marco Zanuso for Arflex, Italy 1964.
The beautiful wooden frame is designed from a matrix based on the geometry of the circle and is made of black lacquered ash curved plywood. The soft black leather cushions rest on an adjustable, supporting panel. The chair is extremely comfortable and in an excellent vintage condition without noteworthy traces of use.
Nowadays this icon is produced by Cassina, because - quote - the work of Marco Zanuso has shaped the history of Italian design. Wow!
So, if all your friends have an Eames Lounge Chair, buy this one!
PRICE IS PER PIECE!
H 72 x W 74 x D 89 cm - SH 35-38 cm
Stylish and cool Danish sideboard from the 1960s in natural oak with beautiful large bowl-shaped handles and angled legs. The four drawers and shelves behind both doors provide plenty of storage space. Both original and working keys are present. This beautiful specimen is in a very good vintage condition with no significant user marks.
H 78 x W 178 x D 51 cm
This very stunning low lounge chair model 600, designed by Jan des Bouvrie and manufactured in the Netherlands by Gelderland during the 1970s.
The chair is also named "Meneer Oberman" (Sir Oberman) after the founder of Gelderland.
The black leather seat is a perfect timeless combination with the chrome plated tubular metal frame.
The chair is in a very good original condition, with admirable patina to the black leather.
A nice quality piece of Dutch Design.
H 88 x W 77 x D 92 cm - SH 35 cm
Mid-Century Modern Teak Coffee Table by Rudolf Glatzel for Fristho.
Beautiful sleek minimalist design from the 1960s.
Teak top on original stainless-steel legs.
In good original condition with two minor repairs on a corner.
Marked with emblem.
H 40 x W 140 x D 54cm - top thickness 3,2 cm
Vintage Coffee or Side Table by Pierre Paulin for Artifort, 1970s. Classic design, iconic and timeless.
Heavy quality, solid top and metal tulip base. In good condition with small traces of use fitting the age.
Original color light gray.
This is the original version, with the round edge.
H 38 cm x Ø 60 cm
Stylish and rare Easy chair manufactured by Thonet in Germany, circa 1980.
The base is made of chrome metal, the seat and armrests are upholstered in beautiful woven woolen fabric providing extra comfort.
Marked and in very good original condition.
H 76 x W 70 x D 80 cm - SH 38 cm
Stylish reclining Lounge Chair model HE 1106, designed by Hans Eichenberger for Strässle Switzerland in the 1970s.
Chrome-plated tubular steel with covers of stitched black leather in excellent quality with hardly any signs of wear.
Comes with original seat and head cushion.
This beautiful Easy Chair can be set in three different positions and is very comfortable.
H 96 x W 70 x D 80 cm - SH 37 cm
Magnificent Teak Sideboard from the 1960s, designed and produced by the famous Dyrlund furniture makers, Denmark.
The organic shaped wood on this piece looks simply amazing. The beautiful tambour doors seem to be one piece, but they disappear completely when opened.
The interior is beautifully finished with one adjustable shelve.
In excellent condition.
Dyrlund is well known for its high-quality Danish Mid-Century furniture and its exceptional craftmanship.
This piece perfectly reflects it all!
H 76 x W 100 x D 34 cm
Original 3170 three-legged DOT stool, designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen in 1953. In 1970 Fritz Hansen decided to "update" the design by making it a four-legged stool which in our opinion killed the character of the stool.
We have 4 almost identical stools in our collection, all from the first owner and all dated 07-1965.
The stools are still in good solid condition with some signs of honest wear and use on the ebonized wooden seats and beautiful priceless patina on the chrome-plated tubular legs.
No structural issues, no repairs. Fully functioning, ready for use.
€ 225,- per piece
H 45 x Ø 33 cm
Hans J. Wegner solid oak coffee table model AT-15 manufactured by Andreas Tuck in the 1960’s in Denmark.
Easily recognizable Hans Wegner design that impresses with its simple but beautiful shape.
In very good original condition with light patina, including makers stamp on the bottom.
H 45 x W 150 x D 60 cm
An easy chair produced in the 1960s by Marko Holland.
Hard to find!
The chair features a black metal frame, black bakelite armrests, and is reupholstered with cowhide.
Marked under the seat.
PRICE IS PER PIECE!
H 72 cm
W 56 cm
D 60 cm
SH 38 cm
A beautiful distinctive "Dutch Design" Lounge Chair, the SZ19 Tanabe designed by Martin Visser in 1969 and produced by Spectrum.
Lovely comfortable swivel chair with a brushed chrome frame and original dark brown leather cushions. The leather has a nice patina with traces of use and age, especially on the armrests, no tears. All buttons are intact, the leather straps are good (not dehydrated) and the twist mechanism works perfectly.
H 89 cm
W 76 cm
D 88 cm
SH 34-38 cm
Beautiful 1st edition rectangular Amanta coffee table designed by Mario Bellini for C&B Italia in 1967.
The company name C&B Italia has changed in B&B Italia in 1973.
This table was one of the last tables made in fiberglass (fiberlite), the later editions are made in Plastic.
Because of its age it is slightly discolored, but overall in very good vintage condition without any noteworthy traces of use.
H 35 cm
W 120 cm
D 60 cm
Beautiful, cool vintage De Sede DS44 two-seat sofa.
Upholstered in very thick but soft dark brown neck leather with a desirable patina.
With adjustable seat depth (50 to 60 cm).
In very good condition!
H 70 cm
W 140 cm
D 90 cm
SH 40 cm
This T-Angle coffee table (model 308) was designed by Florence Knoll in the 1950s and produced in Belgium by De Coene, in partnership with Knoll International. It features a black lacquered steel base and a white laminate top.
In good condition with minor scratches and one imperfection (see picture).
61 x 61 cm - height 41 cm
Vintage writing desk model EE02 from the oak-series, designed by Cees Braakman in 1952 for UMS Pastoe Utrecht.
With two beautiful curved plywood legs and a chest of drawers with an open space and three anti-dust drawers on four wedge-shaped legs.
Condition: good vintage condition with some slight traces of use.
H 74 cm
W 126 cm
D 62 cm
Two fabulous Italian low chairs in the style of Olivier Mourgue.
The original upholstery of red dyed cowhide has been worn out over the years and therefore looks stylish and rough.
They feature steel-chromed frames in excellent condition.
Very heavy quality!
THE PRICE € 450,- IS PER PIECE
H 76 cm
W 66 cm
D 72 cm
SH 36 cm
An early 20th century side table made of yellow copper (brass) and red copper. The panel top is made of wood, covered with painted thin stone tiles and lacquered. The table is very heavy, approx 28 kg!
This technique is so rare that we did not make any progress in our research on this table.
What we do know is that it is a very beautiful table.
The origin is probably France or Italy.
H 51 cm
W 60 cm
L 50 cm
Very nice set of 2 Gispen 413 lounge chairs from the 50's.
The chairs are upholstered with real leather in a middle brown color, of course with the necessary signs of age and sufficient patina.
Due to the springy construction in combination with a deep, rear-facing seat, the comfort is great!
This low lounge version of the famous 413 armchair was produced until 1966.
The chairs come from the first owner.
Price is per piece!
H 74 cm
W 59 cm
D 66 cm
SH: 39 cm
Substantial cantilevered, bentwood armchair by Ake Fribytter for Nelo, Sweden. Designed in 1974, this lounge chair is known for its comfort as its leather seat is suspended in a canvas sling. The grey colored leather has a desirable patina.
Both chair as ottoman is marked and in excellent condition!
Very rare design!
Chair: H 95 cm x D 95 cm x W 75 cm
Ottoman: H 38 cm x D 51 cm x W 51 cm
An iconic chair named Valentino and designed in the 1970s by Tim Bates for Pieff of Worcester.
At the extreme end of decadent interiors, Pieff unashamedly presents us with this bold design.
Slick chrome boxed edges are wrapped around contemporary brown leather with a stunning aged patina.
This is a lifestyle piece designed for the best homes of its era.
Presented in very nice vintage condition, with decent creasing to the supple brown leather just the right amount of wear.
The cushions are a little baggy due to its age and use which you can see from the images.
The chrome is in excellent condition and shines intensely.
This design is usually described as Mandarin, but actually only the coffee table from this serie was called Mandarin in the original catalogue, where the chair was named as Valentino.
The Pieff brand label is designed into the underside of the fabric.
Pieff was one of the most important manufacturers of high end British furniture.
They designed and manufactured furniture during 1960s and 1970s, primarily for Harrods and Heals.
H 73 cm
SH 41 cm
W 95 cm
D 80 cm
This Umbrella Stand originates from France and was designed by Max Sauze and manufactured in the ‘70’s by Atrow.
Made of a black wire steel frame with square spaces for umbrellas. This umbrella stand comes with a beautiful graphical and minimalist design.
In very good vintage condition.
Dimensions: 31 x 31 - Height 47 cm