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Antonio Lampecco

Bol d'Antonio Lampecco D : 20cm

Antonio Lampecco

A nice trio of small vases by belgian artist Antonio Lampecco H : 6cm Born in Minucciano, Tuscany in 1932, based in Belgium since 1942, Antonio Lampecco, took the direction of the ceramics workshop at the Abbey of Maredsous in 1962. Since 1958 and the World Expo in Brussels, Lampecco has exhibited his work in Belgium and internationally. He won a Golden Medal in Prague, Faenza and Monza, received the City Prize in Vallauris in 1982 (FR). Since 1992, he has opened its showroom in Maredret. About the artist A great sensitivity in the hands and even more in the heart is necessary to make beautiful ceramics, as well as a constant search in the forms.

Peter Løvig Nielsen

Teak sideboard designed by Peter Løvig Nielsen for Løvig, Denmark 1960s. In great condition condition. Two hinged doors with brass details and beautifully crafted dovetail joints on the legs. Inside there are 3 adjustable shelves. Manufacturers stamp on the back. In excellent condition. Dimensions L : 45cm W : 120cm H : 71cm

Alvar Aalto

An early rectangular table by Alvar Aalto (Model 81b) made by Finmar (made in the 50’s). This beech table is in very good condition and the top has been repainted in the past.

Four upholstered chairs (model 68) from the same period go along very well with this table. Chairs have been re-upholstered with chocolate faux-suede fabric.
Dimensions : D : 75cm W : 150cm H : 82cm

Yngve Ekström

Sideboard in oak and teak by Yngve EKSTROM for Troeds in the 50s. Consists of 5 drawers on the right and 1 sliding doors. Sweden H : 81 cm x W : 149 cm x D : 43 cm

Ilmari Tapiovaara

Wilhelmina 32 Chair by Ilmari Tapiovaar, Laukkanpuu, 1960s The legs are in laminated birch with the distinctive ‘fountain bend’ and the seat is in black lacquered laminated wood. Produced by Laukkanpuu. Manufacturer’s label. Finland, 1960s. Dimensions : L : 63cm W : 53cm H : 71,5cm

Unknown Designer

Jacques Hitier

Mullca 300 Children's chair by Jacques Hitier, circa 1949

René Herbst

A reclining chair by René Herbst made of chrome tube and sandows. Created in the late 1920’s by french architect René Herbst aka "the man of steel » he made a lot of different chairs out of metal tube which allowed mass production of furniture and access to comfortable furniture for a wide audience. And as he stated: « The use of metal does not come from esthetical need but an esthetic is born from this work ». This piece is an edition from ECART in 1980. In very good condition still with its original sandows.

H : 88cm D : 100cm W : 55cm

Helena Tynell

3 Pala Vases by Helena Tynell for Riihimäen Lasi - 1960's Helena Tynell was known for her glass design. She was born in 1918 and studied art & design. The most popular vase was a vase with the name "Aurinkopulla". A bottle vase in the shape of a sun. "Pala" is a design which was as popular as "Aurinkopulla" and comes in different colors, sizes and shapes. The design is from 1964 and it has been produced for 10 years. H : 13cm D : 9cm

Emile and Walter Baumann

Emile & Walter Baumann "traineau" sledge chairs. These French chairs have a distinct Scandinavian inspiration but still retain a unique design. Reupholstered and beechwood frame. Baumann factory is a furniture company located in a former clog factory in Colombier-Fontaine in the Doubs (France). It is one of the twentieth century’s most acclaimed companies of the market industry. It was in 1903 that the son of the swiss founder Emile Baumann, named Walter, becomes head of the company. The factory had its first success with chairs and children’s furniture. Emile Baumann was a Swiss who lived in France and created his own furniture manufacture at the beginning of the 20st century. The manufacture became very well known in the sixties and the Baumann chairs were much seen in French restaurants and bistrots. Baumann was one of the biggest manufacturers of "bent wood" furniture along with Thonet. The factory shuts down in 2003 because of economic difficulties. Chairs : H : 80cm HS : 55cm W : 48cm D : 50cm Table : H : 75cm W : 124-225cm

Unknown designer

1960's Italian Beech Tripod Table Unique side table from Italy in the style of Gio Ponti, made out of beech. The top of the table has an incredibly unique look. In very good condition. D : 45cm W : 90cm H : 55cm

Stig Lindberg

3 miniature vases by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Grazia stoneware, Sweden This is a rare miniature trio by Stig Lindberg from Gustavsberg's Grazia range. Made from Carrara Stone and handpainted with silver. Each piece is marked on the base and with original stickers Vase 1 : 9x3x4,5cm Vase 2 : 5,5x3x5,5cm Plate : 9x9x1,5cm Lindberg is considered one of Sweden’s most important designers from the postwar era. He was the recipient of numerous awards in his lifetime, such as Triennale de Milano Grand Prix in 1951 and 1954. His collections can be found in museums worldwide, including the National museum in Stockholm and the Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg.  

Cor Alons

Magazine Rack by Cor Alons for Gouda den Boer, 1950 This bend plywood Magazine table, is designed by Cor Alons for Gouda den Boer. The bend plywood side with holes was a storage for the newspaper. The bottom shelve has 3 round holes. Cor Alons is a Dutch architect and designer. His approach is considered as functionalist. H : 50cm W : 55cm D : 55cm

Antonio Lampecco

Belgian Ceramic Pots by Antonio Lampecco A nice trio of small blue pots by belgian artist Antonio Lampecco. H : 7 cm - D : 7,5 cm H : 6 cm - D : 7 cm H : 6 cm - D : 6 cm Born in Minucciano, Tuscany in 1932, based in Belgium since 1942, Antonio Lampecco, took the direction of the ceramics workshop at the Abbey of Maredsous in 1962. Since 1958 and the World Expo in Brussels, Lampecco has exhibited his work in Belgium and internationally. He won a Golden Medal in Prague, Faenza and Monza, received the City Prize in Vallauris in 1982 (FR). Since 1992, he has opened its showroom in Maredret. About the artist A great sensitivity in the hands and even more in the heart is necessary to make beautiful ceramics, as well as a constant search in the forms.

Mathieu Matégot

Mathieu Mategot Coat Rack for Artimeta Soest, circa 1950 Coat rack designed by Mathieu Mategot, manufactured by Artimeta (Netherland), circa 1950. Perforated, lacquered metal. D : 30 cm W : 68 cm H : 22 cm

Mathieu Matégot

Rare Mathieu Matégot mirror by Artimeta, 1950s. In good vintage condition with minimal wear of use. D : 24cm W : 47cm H : 50cm

Alvar Aalto

Pair of Stools 60 designed by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Finland, 1950's. Authentic Stool 60 in Lacquered Birch with Linoleum Seat. Alvar Aalto’s iconic Stool 60 is the most elemental of furniture pieces, equally suitable as a seat, a table, storage unit, or display surface. The legs are mounted directly to the underside of the round seat without the need for complicated connecting elements. Thanks to its geometry, the stool can be stacked to save space in a spiralling tower sculpture. D : 35cm H : 44,5cm

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand (11/25) Untitled 1974-1975  

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand EA 1976

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand (8/25) Untitled 1973  

Arne Jacobsen

The Series 7 chair designed in 1955 by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen was produced by Fritz Hansen. W : 50 cm H : 76 cm D : 43 cm

Kristian Gullichsen

A pair of children´s chairs model Vanikka designed by Kristian Gullichsen. Made out of birch and in good condition. Gullichsen was a scholar of Aalto and a renowned architect in Finland who also made some pics of furniture quite hard to find. Versatile chair that have two seating height possible.

HT 36
Wdt 32
depth 31
seating height  15 or 23

Lisa Johansson-Pape

Rare pair of table lamp model (46-017) in bicolored glass (white and transparent) and brass support. Designed by Lisa Johansson Pape (1907- 1989) for Stockmann Orno. The white fabric has a nice rose shade, these lamps are in very good condition. The original shades are in very good condition with some minor alterations barely visible.

base diameter 19cm
height (incl. shade) 64 cm
diameter of shade base 36cm

Arne Vodder

Very nice sideboard model 37 designed by Arne Vodder for Sibast Mobler. Sideboard has tambour sliding doors, shelves and 2 drawers behind. There is a shelf missing on the left side. Made  from  teak. Excellent vintage condition with  patina  and  minor signs  of  use. Denmark 1950

Walter Wirz

Small minimalistic shelves (2) designed by Walter Wirz for Wilhelm Renz in 1965, these great exemplares in walnut are in exceptional condition. These could be great nightstand or just as a book shelve.   W: 50 cm H: 16 cm D: 19cm

Charles and Ray Eames

Eames DCM (Dinner Chair Metal) made by Evans for Herman Miller. This chair dates from the 1950s. Evans label at the bottom of the seat. The chair is in good condition, but it was varnished. There is no major damage to the wood. The original shock mounts are in good condition. Measurements: 75.5 cm high, 49 cm wide, 53 cm deep and 44 cm seat height

Herbert Krenchel

A suite of Herbert Krenchel bowl for Torben Ørskov Three original bowls, designed in 1953. Diameter 12,5 cm, 3 bowls, enamel. The name Krenit is a combination of the name Krenchel and Eternit (a fibre cement which is used for the coating on the bowl's outside). The bowl has a distinct design with its matt black outside, thin edge and clear colored enamel inside. In 1954, the bowl won a gold medal for its unique design in Triennale (Milano, Italy). Up until the production stopped in 1966 the bowl had been produced in more than 1 million units.

Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen butterfly chair with armrest A pair of butterfly chair in a rare dark grey variation with armrest, these are by Fritz Hansen and from the late eighties. Some scratches and chips in the painting but solid and steady. A great opportunity to acquire a classic at a very reasonable price. H : 75cm x W : 61cm x D : 43cm Seat Hight : 42cm

Designer inconnu

Lampe de bureau hollandaise des années 1950 Métal peint et laiton

Wim Rietveld

Chaise 116 Édition Gispen Hollande 1952 En superbe état d'origine Assise et dossier : hêtre Structure : métal peint gris L: 47 cm x l: 50cm x H : 76cm Chair 116 by Wim Rietveld for Gispen, 1952, in superb original condition. Seat and backrest made out of beech. Frame made of steel

Max Ingrand

Lampe modèle 1853 Édition : Fontana Arte Italie Opaline Hauteur : 53cm - Diamètre haut : 23cm - Diamètre base de l'abat-jour : 31cm A medium size lamp in opaline glass (model 1853) by Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte. The bottom and the shade can be lit separately. In very good condition.

Niko Kralj

Chaise pliante Rex Hêtre Édition : Stol Industrija Pohistva Années 1950 Slovénie Longueur : 48cm x Largeur : 43cm x Hauteur : 64cm x Hauteur d'assise : 41cm Rex folding chair in beech, in very good condition, stil with original sticker Edition : Stol Industrija Pohistva 1950 Slovenia D: 48cm x W : 43cm x H: 64cm x Seating height : 41cm

Otto Brauer

2 vases Édition : Holmegaard Années 1960 Hauteur : 44cm Two big vases by Otto Brauer for Holmegaard from the sixties in translucent blue (one of the three original colour). In pristine condition and still wears the original brand sticker.

Alberts Tibro OPTION

2 tables d'appoint en palissandre Conçues et fabriquées par Alberts Tibro, années 1970 Suède Longueur : 65cm x largeur : 47cm x hauteur : 45cm Beautiful pair of swedish Alberts Tibro lacquered rosewood rectangular coffee tables Made for Alberts Tibro around 1970. The pattern of the wood is particularly beautiful, harmonious with captivating shapes.

Verner Panton

Lampe Panthella Édition Louis Poulsen, années 1970 Vintage Panthella table lamp, white Brand: Louis Poulsen (designed by Verner Panton in 1971) Measurements: diameter 50 x 70 cm (height) Condition: beautiful vintage condition great, timeless shape Danish design classic, the Panthella table lamp designed by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen. This lamp is the first model (23430) with the switch in the base, made in the early 1970s. This Panthella design lamp from Denmark is in a beautiful vintage condition. No damage on the shade. Minimal superficial scratches on the base, only visible if you look up close. Minimal discolouration in the bottom part!

Arne Hovmand Olsen

Fauteuil modèle 107 Teck. Édition : Bramin Danemark Nice easy chair designed by Arne H. Olsen for Bramin. Made out of teak, upholstered with new fabrics in the old fashion. In very good condition with usual wear for vintage chair well preserved.

Hans Wegner

3 étagères murales Chêne Édition : Ry Møbler Longueur : 100 cm x Largeur : 18 cm x Hauteur : 23 cm Three rare light shelves by Hans Wegner in oiled oak produced by Ry Mobler , in very good condition. One shelve has a minor default (see picture).

Rogier Vandeweghe

Vide poche en céramique avec couvercle Cachet Amphora incisé à la base + étiquette Largeur : 15cm x Hauteur : 12,5cm Ceramic lidded pot, in a great greenish tint. Amphora stamp engraved on the base Diameter : 15 cm x H : 12,5cm Rogier Vandeweghe (b. 1923) is a Belgian ceramist, glass artist, calligrapher and painter. He grew up in Beernem. Rogier Vandeweghe established himself as an independent potter in Sint Andries, near Bruges, after leaving the ceramic workshop Per Ignem, which he had founded with his brother Laurent in 1947. Under the name Amphora, from 1960 on his quickly expanding workshop produced entirely hand-thrown vessels.

Frank Gehry

Plaque commémorative de l'inauguration du Walt Disney Concert Hall. Numérotée et signée au dos par pyrogravure 16,5cm X 11,4cm X 3,8cm

Alfred Hendrickx (chaises attribuées à)

6 chaises de salle à manger Édition : Belform Bois exotique et skaï Années 1960 L : 50cm X l : 48cm x H : 44/75cm Set of 6 dining chairs in the manner of Alfred Hendrickx for Belform These 6 exotic wooden chairs have been covered by a brandnew black faux leather.

Rogier Vandeweghe

Pot avec couvercle Céramique Marqué avec le cachet d'Amphora Belgique - période: 1963-1965. H : 14,5 cm. Diamètre : 13 cm. Rare Rogier Vandeweghe blue ceramic lidded pot by Amphora. In pristine condition. Signed on the base and original sticker on the lid. Rogier Vandeweghe (b. 1923) is a Belgian ceramist, glass artist, calligrapher and painter. He grew up in Beernem. Rogier Vandeweghe established himself as an independent potter in Sint Andries, near Bruges, after leaving the ceramic workshop Per Ignem, which he had founded with his brother Laurent in 1947. Under the name Amphora, from 1960 on his quickly expanding workshop produced entirely hand-thrown vessels.

Daum

Vide-poches En verre massif doublé d'une fine couche de verre mousseline de couleurs nuancées bleu / vert. Signé Daum Années 1960 H : environ 5 cm Diamètre : environ 11,2 cm Diamètre à la base : environ 7,2 cm. Heavy glass bowl by Daum with a delicate thin layer of glass with blue and green touches. Signed Daum on the base Year 1960 H : about 5 cm Diameter : about 11,2 cm Diamètre of the base : about 7,2 cm. Daum is a crystal studio based in Nancy, France, founded in 1878. Currently Daum is the only commercial crystal manufacturer employing the pâte de verre (glass paste) process for art glass and crystal sculptures, a technique in which crushed glass is packed into a refractory mould and then fused in a kiln.

Hala Zeist

Lampadaire

Métal bleu foncé

Édition Hala Zeist Diamètre pied : 18cm
Hauteur : 133cm
Hollande

H.Th.J.A.Busquet

Lampe murale de la série "Sun Series"

Aluminium et métal

Édition Hala Zeist Date de création : années 1950 Base : 15cm x 10cm Cône : 17cm x 13cm