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  • A Rare pair of armchairs bu Dutch designer Bas Van Pelt in the Netherlands, in 1936. The beautifully crafted beechwood frame perfectly depicts Bas Van Pelt's unique avant-garde yet minimalist style and workmanship. This model chair can be found in the  Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam  (Municipal Museum Amsterdam) and its corresponding website.

    Bas Van Pelt

    Rare pair of Oak Armchairs by Bas Van Pelt, Netherlands, 1930's

    €9,000.00

    A rare pair of armchairs by Dutch designer Bas Van Pelt designed in 1936. The beautifully curve crafted beechwood frame perfectly depicts Bas Van Pelt's unique avant-garde yet minimalist style and workmanship. This model chair can be found in the  Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam  (Municipal Museum Amsterdam) and its corresponding website. 

     

    Additional Information
    Creator: Bas Van Pelt
    Origin: Netherlands
    In the style of: Art Deco
    Date of Manufacture: 1936
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Curved beechwood frame
    - Woven rope backrest and seat
    Condition: Good
    Wear: The raffia shows signs of wear around the edges and to the the seat consistent with age and use
    Dimensions: Height: 74 cm I Width: 60 cm I Depth 66 cm 
    Weight: 10 kg    
    Number of items: 2
     
    About Bas Van Pelt
    Bas Van Pelt was a interior and furniture designer whose work is marked by a clean, modernist aesthetic inspired by the Amsterdam School and designers such as Hendrik Wouda (1885-1946) and Jan Muntendam (1882-1938). Active in the resistance during the Second World War, Van Pelt was imprisoned in a concentration camp and died shortly after it was liberated.
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  • 1950's Italian Dining Chairs, Set of 8

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    1950's Italian Dining Chairs, Set of 8

    €9,000.00

     

    Fantastic set of eight Italian Mid-Century design dining chairs circa 1950s composed of a mahogany lacquered structure with splayed and tapered legs. These have been entirely re-upholstered in Lelièvre Paris velvet upholstery in ash colour with new foam padding and re-lacquered.

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    Additional Information
    Origin: Italy
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Date of Manufacture: 1950's
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Mahogany
    - Velvet Upholstery 
    Condition: Excellent, fully restored 
    Wear: Minimal signs of wear consistent with age and use 
    Dimensions: Height: 95 cm I Depth: 61 cm I Width: 42 cm 
    Number of items: 8

      

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  • Rare Copacabana Chair by Mathieu Mategot, France, 1950's

    Mathieu Mategot

    Rare Copacabana Chair by Mathieu Mategot, France, 1950's

    €8,900.00

     

    Rare French Mathieu Mategot Copacabana original edition chair with curved tubular steel legs and structure. Expertly restored with Italian leather seat, backrest and lacquer. 

     

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    Additional Information
    Creator: Mathieu Mategot
    Origin: France
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Date of Manufacture: 1950-1959
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Forged steel
    - Perforated steel sheet 
    Condition: Excellent, fully restored with cushion seat and re-lacquered
    Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
    Dimensions: Height: 75 cm I Depth: 62 cm I Width: 73 cm 
    Number of items: 1

     

    About Mathieu Mategot (1910-2001)
    Born and educated in Budapest, furniture and tapestry designer Mathieu Mategot moved to France in the early 1930s, where he worked as a window dresser and women’s clothing designer. He learned metalworking techniques as a prisoner of war in the 1940s, and upon his release began designing furniture, pioneering many of what we now identify as midcentury design tropes, like metal-mounted rattan, steel tubing, and perforated sheet metal. By the 1970s, Mategot returned to producing tapestries, many of which evoke Abstract Expressionist paintings.

    Source: https://www.artsy.net/artist/mathieu-mategot

     

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  • This original Mathieu Mategot

    Mathieu Mategot

    Original Edition Nagasaki Chair by Mathieu Mategot, France, 1954

    €8,000.00

    This original Mathieu Mategot "Nagasaki" chair designed in 1954 is one of his best known creations. It incarnates the innovative techniques Mategot is famous for: a unique three legged model built with perforated sheet metal giving it an impression of airiness and an everlasting modern feel to it. It is exposed at the Vitra Design Museum permanent exhibition. We have deliberately decided not to restore the piece in order to maintain its historic feel. 
    The one we have on show is an original 1st edition.  
     
    Additional Information
    Creator: Mathieu Mategot
    Origin: France
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Date of Manufacture: 1954
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Perforated sheet and tube Metal
    - Paint
    Condition: Worn
    Wear: Wear on metal with perforations that add the item's raw beauty.
    Dimensions:  Height 73 cm I Width 57 cm I Depth 55 cm
    Seat Height: 40 cm
    Weight: 4 kg
    Number of items: 1
     
     
    About Mathieu Mategot
    Born and educated in Budapest, furniture and tapestry designer Mathieu Mategot moved to France in the early 1930s, where he worked as a window dresser and women’s clothing designer. He learned metalworking techniques as a prisoner of war in the 1940s, and upon his release began designing furniture, pioneering many of what we now identify as midcentury design tropes, like metal-mounted rattan, steel tubing, and perforated sheet metal. By the 1970s, Mategot returned to producing tapestries, many of which evoke Abstract Expressionist paintings.
    Source: https://www.artsy.net/artist/mathieu-mategot
     
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  • Pair of Beechwood armchairs with a raked back attributed to Francis Jourdain produced in the 1930's built out of wood and intertwined rope strings. Iconic model represented in the Pompidou Museum in Paris and a sketch of this creation can be found on the artist's wikipedia page.

    Francis Jourdain

    Rare pair of Beechwood Armchairs Attributed to Francis Jourdain, France, 1930's

    €7,000.00

    Pair of Beechwood armchairs with a raked back attributed to Francis Jourdain produced in the 1930's built out of wood and intertwined rope strings.
    Iconic model represented in the Pompidou Museum in Paris and a sketch of this creation can be found on the artist's wikipedia page.
     
    Additional Information
    Creator: Attributed to Francis Jourdain
    Origin: France
    In the style of: Art Deco
    Date of Manufacture: 1930's
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Carved Beechwood
    - Intertwined Rope
    Condition: Good vintage condition, partially restored
    Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
    Dimensions:  Height: 79 cm I Width: 64 cm I Depth: 73 cm  
    Seat Height:  36 cm
    Weight: 11 kg 
    Number of items: 2

     

    About Francis Jourdain (1876-1958)
    Painter, furniture maker, interior designer, maker of ceramics and other decorative arts Francis Jourdain was a pioneer of the Art Nouveau style and distinguished as a decorator after the Villa Majorelle project in Nancy.
    Jourdain published many articles on modern art and aesthetics in which he attacked the ostentatious luxury that was typical of contemporary French design. His own designs were simple, with straightforward construction.
    He collaborated with Le Corbusier in 1920 in publishing a journal titled L'esprit nouveau, subsidized by the government. It advocated standardization and industrial production as an alternative to individual design, as a requirement to rebuild the shattered French society and economy of the years following World War I. 
    Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Jourdain#/media/File:Francis_Jourdain_417_fauteuil_1930.jpg, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Jourdain
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  • 1950's Italian Dining Chairs, Set of 6

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    1950's Italian Dining Chairs, Set of 6

    €5,350.00

    Graphic set of six Italian 1950's dining chairs composed of a beautifully designed metallic steel lacquered structure with brass endings and fully restored in the highest quality Lelièvre Paris midnight blue velvet upholstery.
    Additional Information
    Origin: Italy
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Period: Mid 20th Century 
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Lacquered Steel
    - Brass
    - Velvet upholstery
    Condition: Excellent vintage condition, fully restored   
    Wear: Consistent with age and use
    Dimensions: 90 cm H x 38 cm W x 45 cm D
    Number of items: 1

     

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  • Mid-Century Pair of Italian Armchairs, 1950's

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    Mid-Century Pair of Italian Armchairs, 1950's

    €5,200.00

     

    Wonderful pair of fully restored Italian 1950s curved armchairs with high backrest and comfortable depth. We have re upholstered the chairs using a red Lelièvre Paris velvet, one of the highest quality fabric makers in France. The wooden cone shaped feet have been left untouched in order to respect a balance between restoration and preservation by highlighting their vintage beauty.

     

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    Additional Information
    Origin: Italy
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern 
    Date of Manufacture: 1950's 
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Velvet Upholstery 
    - Wood
    Condition: Excellent, fully restored
    Wear: Signs of wear to the feet consistent with age and use 
    Dimensions: Height: 76 cm I Width: 73 cm I Depth 80 cm    
    Number of items: 2
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  •  The console table by French designer Michel Boyer circa 1970's is composed of an aluminium adjustable and folding structure and clear glass top. Model MBR 100. Fully restored with new glass tabletop.

    Michel Boyer

    The Console Table by Michel Boyer for Rouve, France, 1970's

    €5,000.00

     The console table by French designer Michel Boyer circa 1970's is composed of an aluminium adjustable and folding structure and clear glass top. Model MBR 100. Fully restored with new glass tabletop. 

     

    Additional Information
    Origin: France
    Designer: Michel Boyer
    Manufacturer: Rouve
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Date of Manufacture: 1970's
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Aluminium
    - Glass
    Condition: Excellent vintage condition    
    Wear: Consistent with age and use 
    Dimensions: Height: 72 cm I Width 140 cm I Depth 56 cm 
    Weight: 70 kg  
    Number of items: 1

     

    About Michel Boyer
    Michel Boyer is renowned for his ability to incorporate decorative and design elements into preexisting architectural spaces. His best-known works are the interiors of the Rothschild Bank in Paris (1970) and the French Embassy in Washington, D.C. (1975).
    For these projects, he incorporated stainless steel desks, counters, and seating to convey the power of the institutions. Boyer also embraces elegant, curvilinear details and rounded edges, as exemplified by Dining Chair (1968), Credenza (Rothschild Bank Commission) (1969), and Desk (1970). His designs emanate the inviting comfort of objects made for people, rather than buildings. In this way, Boyer’s style shares affinities with the organic, welcoming qualities of works by designers such as Ado Chale and Marc Berthier.
    Source: https://www.artsy.net/artist/michel-boyer 

     

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  • 1960's Giuseppe Gibelli for Sormani, Set of 6

    Giuseppe Gibelli

    1960's Giuseppe Gibelli for Sormani, Set of 6

    €4,900.00

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    Giuseppe Gibelli

    1960's Giuseppe Gibelli for Sormani, Set of 6

    €4,900.00

    A beautiful set of six " Beatrice" chairs designed by Giuseppe Gibelli for Sormani. Fully restored beechwood, foam padding and the highest quality Lelievre Paris velvet upholstery. Manufactured in Italy, 1960s.

    Additional Information
    Origin: Italy
    Designer: Giuseppe Gibelli 
    Manufacturer: Sormani 
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Period: 1960's
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Varnished Beechwood
    - Velvet upholstery
    Condition: Excellent vintage condition, fully restored   
    Wear: Consistent with age and use
    Dimensions: 82 cm H x 50 cm W x 46 cm D
    Number of items: 6

     

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  • Pair of Mid-Century Italian Green Velvet Wing Armchairs, 1950s

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    Pair of Mid-Century Italian Green Velvet Wing Armchairs, 1950s

    €4,700.00

    Pair of wing armchairs made in Italy circa 1950's. They are built with conical wooden legs and have been entirely restored and upholstered in a Lelièvre Paris green velvet fabric.


    Additional Information

    Origin: Italy 
    In the style of: Italian Classics 
    Date of Manufacture: 1950's 
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Upholstery Leilievre Paris 
    - Wood 
    Condition: Excellent vintage condition, fully restored   
    Wear: Minimal signs of wear consistent with age 
    Dimensions: Height 94 cm I Width 80 cm I Depth 96 cm 
    Number of items: 2

     

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  • Coconut Lamp by Pucci de Rossi, France, 1980's

    Pucci de Rossi

    Coconut Lamp by Pucci de Rossi, France, 1980's

    €4,500.00

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    Pucci de Rossi

    Coconut Lamp by Pucci de Rossi, France, 1980's

    €4,500.00

    This wonderful lamp designed by Pucci De Rossi is a unique creation realized during his work at the French legendary nightclub "Les Bains Douches" in Paris at the end of the 1980's. 
    It is made out of brass, aluminum, animal skin and a coconut shell. 
    A true work of art.

     

    Additional Information
    Creator: Pucci de Rossi
    In the style of: Post-Modernism
    Date of Manufacture: 1980-1989
    Period: Late 20th Century 
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Brass
    - Aluminium
    - Coconut
    - Animal skin
    Condition: Very good, rewired and tested
    Wear: Wear consistent with age and use, metal shows signs of patina on the wing 
    Dimensions: Height 54 cm I Length 28 cm   
    Weight: 3.5kg 
    Number of items: 1
     
     
    About Pucci de Rossi
    "Pucci De Rossi, a native of Verona and a sculptor by training, settled in Paris in 1977. His work was initially influenced by the Memphis Group. However, inspired over time by his boundless imagination and the combined influence of his travels, current affairs and art history, Pucci De Rossi developed a more unique style of work. Without losing sight of his identity as a sculptor, he creates objects which transcend functionality and are imbued with poetry, humour and food for thought
    As a sculptor inspired by ideas, forms and materials, Pucci De Rossi strives to bring together the two realms of daily life and Fine art. The incongruous results of some of these combinations have inspired him to develop a poetry of subversion, incorporating conflicting values into ironic designs.

    Pucci De Rossi’s work has long been a firm favourite with numerous collectors captivated by his “sculptures for living spaces” - functional objects with soul, occupying the aesthetic ground between conventional furniture and works of art." -© COPYRIGHT 2014 Galerie HSP Paris.
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  • The 'Ribbon

    Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi

    Ribbon Chair by Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi for Bernini, Italy, 1961

    €4,500.00

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    Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi

    Ribbon Chair by Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi for Bernini, Italy, 1961

    €4,500.00

    The 'Ribbon" Chair, Model CL9, was designed by the Italian duo Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi for Bernini in Italy circa 1961. This sculptural statement piece has been fully restored to match its original  appearance of white re-lacquered fiberglass and triangular chromed metal frame.
     
    Additional Information
    Creator: Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi
    Origin: Italy
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Date of Manufacture: 1961
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Chromed steel
    - Fiberglass
    Condition: Excellent, fully restored
    Wear: Small signs of wear consistent with age  
    Dimensions: Height 66 cm I Width 96 cm I Depth 75 cm 
    Seat Height: 36 cm
    Weight: 23 kg 
    Number of items: 1

     

    About Cesare Leonardi and Franca Stagi
    Some of their works – such as the famous 1967 Dondolo, in fiberglass and polyester – are now part of the permanent collections at MoMA in New York, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, and Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
    sources: http://www.italianways.com/the-ribbon-chair-by-leonardi-and-stagi-a-fiberglass-idea/
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  • Pair of Mid-Century Italian Red Velvet and Leather Armchairs, 1950s

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    Pair of Mid-Century Italian Red Velvet and Leather Armchairs, 1950s

    €4,500.00

    These Italian armchairs with metal compass legs wave been entirely reupholstered in Lelièvre Paris red velvet with a leather backrest.

    Additional Information

    Origin: Italy 
    In the style of: Italian Classics 
    Date of Manufacture: 1950's 
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Upholstery Leilievre Paris 
    - Metal
    - Leather 
    Condition: Excellent vintage condition, fully restored   
    Wear: Minimal signs of wear consistent with age 
    Dimensions: Height 84 cm I Width 74 cm I Depth 80 cm 
    Number of items: 2

     

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  • Antique Louis Majorelle two-tiered table

    Louis Majorelle

    Antique Art Nouveau Table by Louis Majorelle, France

    €4,000.00

    An iconic design from Louis Majorelle's creations, this two-tiered tea table is adorned with floral marquetry on the edges, decorative lacquered birds and flowers, oriental inspired beechwood legs carved in dragon shape and delicate brass handles. This is Art Nouveau at its finest. Do not hesitate to consult our second two-tiered Louis Majorelle table available.
    Signed. 

     

    Additional Information
    Creator: Louis Majorelle
    Origin: France
    In the style of: Art Nouveau
    Date of Manufacture: 1880's
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Wood
    - Lacquer and Marquetry
    Condition: Good, small dents on table tops and slight ships on the table legs
    Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
    Dimensions:  85cm L x 55cm H x 82 cm W
    Weight: 11 kg
    Number of items: 1

     

    About Louis Majorelle (1859-1926)

     

    He began his career in the furniture making company of his father. He was copying old style furniture. Under the influence of Emile Gallé , he oriented his work on new shapes of furniture and a natural decor often underlined by fine marquettry. In 1900, he added blacksmith to his activity to realize the handles for the furniture and also railings or balconies. In 1901, he co-founded the Ecole de Nancy and became vice president. (Ecole de Nancy is the name of the Art Nouveau movement in Nancy).
    He became soon internationaly famous and openned in 1910 shops in Paris, Lille and Lyon. In 1898, he asked Henri Sauvage to build his house in Nancy. The first complete Art Nouveau building in Nancy.
    Source: http://www.art-nouveau-around-the-world.org/en/artistes/majorelle.htm

     

     

     

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  • Italian Blue Velvet Armchairs, 1960s, Set of 2

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    Italian Blue Velvet Armchairs, 1960s, Set of 2

    €4,000.00

    A pair of Italian 1960's armchairs with a curved silhouette and splayed legs. Fully restored and re-upholstered in Lelievre Paris velvet fabric.


    Additional Information

    Origin: Italy 
    In the style of: Italian Classics 
    Date of Manufacture: 1960's 
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Upholstery Leilievre Paris 
    - Wood 
    Condition: Excellent vintage condition, fully restored   
    Wear: Minimal signs of wear consistent with age 
    Dimensions: Height 85,5 cm I Width 73 cm I Depth 68 cm 
    Weight: 7kg 
    Number of items: 2

     

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  • Antique Napoleon III Folding Table

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    Antique Napoleon III Oak Folding Table

    €3,700.00

    A fantastic Napoleon III folding side table made out of ebonized and gilded oak veneer, brass sculpted cabriole legs, brass details on the structure and intricate carvings on the table top and structure. An excellent representation of Napoleon III style and craftsmanship. 
     
    Additional Information
    Origin: France
    In the style of: Napoleon III
    Date of Manufacture: Late 19th Century
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Oak veneer
    - Brass
    Condition: Excellent antique condition 
    Wear: Consistent with age and use
    Dimensions: 72 cm H x 57 cm W
    Weight: 8 kg 
    Number of items: 1
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