Carlo Pagani Metz & Co table

Carlo Pagani (Italy mid-c20th)

Dining table/ Lacquered steel, glass and wood.

Rare dining table / desk designed by Italian architect Carlo Pagani for Metz & Co., Netherlands. circa 1950.

The table is pictured in Metz & Co de Creatieve Jaren, Petra Timmer, 1995

Price: 4,250 euro

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Midcentury French coffee table

French mid-century metal & glass coffee table.

A 1950s French table with a circular metal base with hairpin legs and a stunning thick handmade glass top.

Price: 985 euro

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Gio Ponti presentation tile. 1960s

Gio Ponti (Italy 1891-1971)

A rare Gio Ponti designed brass encased ceramic tile/penholder. Manufactured by Roma Ceramice.
In the 1960s a number of these encased tiles were presented to the personnel and dignitaries at the opening ceremony of the new Bijenkorf (beehive) department store building in Eindhoven. The building and its spectacular facade were designed by Italian architect Gio Ponti who designed the buildings extensive facade using multiples of these tiles. The brass casing is inscribed with the details of the presentation.

Price: 570 euro

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Wooden tea trolley. Circa 1940s

Oak tea trolley

Unusual wooden tea trolley with a rustic vernacular appeal. The origin is unknown but it could well be Dutch if not of Nordic or French origin.

h.73cm x w.87cm x d.42cm

Price: 590.00 euro

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Oswald Vermaercke (attrib.) Desk

Oswald Vermaercke (attrib.) Belgium (1926-/)

A large double sided desk. One side of the desk has a sliding door below a low standing shelf and the other side of the desk has five pull out drawers.

This desk has been attributed to the Belgian designer Oswald Vermaercke in that it has clear similarities to Vermaercke’s ‘Oslo’ desk for V-Form from the same period. It is possibly a variation on the design or is an earlier prototype?

h.78cm x w.160cm x d.82cm

Price: 2,900.00 euro

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bas van pelt

Bas van Pelt (Netherlands, 1900-1945)

Rare pair of oak side chairs for My Home. 1930s.

Burnished designer name to underside.

PoA.

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