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  • NKARCL00003

    Design history Manufacturer: Thonet, Austria Style: Vienna Secession Period: 1981 Description Bent beechwood lounger model 7500 with adjustable backrest and high braided back and seat. Designed in 1881 and manufactured by Thonet in Vienna, Austria. Literature: Bent Wood and Metal Furniture: 1850-1946: page 232....

  • NKSH00008

    Design history Designer: In the style of Romeo Rega / Maison Jansen Manufacturer: Unknown, France Style: Hollywood Regency Period: 1970 Description  Large shelf of the 1970 / 80s in the style of Romeo Rega / Maison Jansen. Chromed and gold metal construction with glass shelves.   Details Materials and Techniques: Glass, Steel, Brass...

  • NKCH00028

    Design history Designer: Josef Hoffmann Manufacturer: Wittmann, Austria Style: Viena Secession Period: 1920 Description  Ten Wittmann, Austria, Fledermaus Dining Room Chairs designed by Josef Hoffman upholstered in original fabric and in excellent overall condition. Details Materials and Techniques: LAcquered Bentwood, Silk Dimensions: Height 75 cm, W...

  • NKSO00011

    Design history Manufacturer: Denmark Style: Empire Revival Period: circa 1820 Description  Mahogany cabinet sofa/daybed from the Danish Empire period, circa 1820s, with inlaid strips of light wood. The armrests have lockable compartments and there is a drawer under the seat. Keys included. Restored and reupholstered with patterned black and grey...

  • NKSS00002B

    Design history Designer: August Thonet Manufacturer: Thonet Bros., Austria Style: Vienna Secession Period: circa 1900 Description Bentwood chairs with new silk seat upholstery. Chairs designed by August Thonet, the son of original bentwood furniture designer Michael Thonet. August took over his father's business in 1869. Details Materials and...

  • 214

    Design: Michael Thonet, 1859 Dimensions: H 84 cm, W 43 cm, D 52 cm, seat H 46 cm Materials: Seat and backrest with cane work or covered with leather or fabric. Seat also available as molded plywood seat. All wooden parts in stained beech. Also available in "Pure Materials" versions. Without armrests, open back or backrest (215). The famous coffee house...

  • NKSS00004

    Design history Manufacturer: Pegasus, Art Shape Upholstery LTD, England Model: Cleveland Style: Chesterfield Period: 1977 Description  Chesterfield type armchair manufactured in England. Brown leather button tufted upholstery, loose seat cushion. True English quality, very comfortable. Details Materials and Techniques: Leather Dimensions: H 89 cm,...

  • NKFL00015

    Design history Designer: Unknown Manufacturer: Bali, Indonesia Style: Contemporary Period: circa 2000s Description  Balinese floor light/display stand. Glass top with a door that opens in order to use as a display. Oxidised metal frame and black painted metal stand.  Details Materials and Techniques: Glass, metal Dimensions: Height 145 cm, 35x35 cm...

  • NKTL00013

    Design history Manufacturer: Unknown Style: Miscellaneous Period: ca 1940s Description  Rare vintage sunlamp converted into a table lamp. White lacquered metal. Wear consistent with age and use. Details Materials and Techniques: Lacquered metal Dimensions: H 65-40 cm Number of Items: 1

  • NKBU00001

    Design history Manufacturer: Unknown Style: Louis XVI Period: ca 1930s Description  Mahogany bureau from the 1930s. Three drawers with curved front and frame with carvings. Storage compartment with small drawers and a pull-out table behind the cylinder flap. Cabriole legs. Small scratches. Details Materials and Techniques: Mahogany Dimensions: H 105...

  • NKTL00001

    Design history Manufacturer: Unknown Style: Trench Art Period: 1940/50s Description  Pair of large table lamps with black lacquered metal shade and rod made of brass artillery shell case. Stone base.  Details Materials and Techniques: Black lacquered metal, brass, stone Dimensions: Height 76 cm, diameter 42 cm Number of Items: Sold as a pair. If you...

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