Friday, April 22, 2016

This week's new vintage furniture stock at Vamp - 22 April 2016

Please contact us on 021 448 2755 or e-mail us should you have any enquiries or find us at 368c Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town. Thank you.

A large 70’s Teak and Afromosia sideboard by G-Plan (UK) from the Fresco range designed by V B Wilkins. G-Plan was a pioneering range of furniture in the United Kingdom, produced by E Gomme Ltd of High Wycombe. Marked G-Plan inside the drawer.
Length – 152cm | Depth – 43cm | Height – 136cm 

A gorgeous pair of minimalist fold-up chairs in the manner of Suekichi Uchida and Takeshi Nii (Ny chair Circa 1958) A tubular chrome "X" frame with wooden arms, a high back and the original brown corduroy upholstery.
Height of seat – 42cm | Height of back – 96cm | Width – 55cm | Depth – 82cm 

A pair of perfect vintage leather suitcases. When we found these, they were covered in fabric covers which fell apart when we tried to take them off, but they have preserved these suitcases so well, they are practically new inside and out! Working locks and keys for both suitcases.
67cm x 41cm | Height –  21cm
71cm x 42cm | Height – 22cm 

An oak veneer retro dressing table with added grey accents on the drawers
Length – 99cm | Depth – 46cm | Height to top of mirror – 151cm | Height to top of dresser – 74cm

A retro Sapele and Mahogany sideboard with brass knobs
Length – 152cm |Depth – 41cm | Height – 81cm 

A small quirky vintage metal side table with a solid wood flip top
Diameter – 32cm | Height – 48.5cm 

Solid Oak vintage dumb valet
Base: 36cm x 33.5cm | Height – 101cm 

A large framed museum exhibition poster of the David Hockney 1978 print ‘Day Pool with Three Blues’. The type at the bottom of the print reads as follows: A retrospective: The Metropolitan Museum of Art June 18 – August 14 1988. This exhibition is made possible by AT&T. This exhibition was organised by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
92cm x 90cm 

A vintage bevelled edge shaped mirror with a wooden backing on a chain. Has some delightful aging to the glass.
56cm x 33cm 

An ergonomic 1960’s swivel draftsmans stool by Labofa of Denmark. This chair would originally have had castors, but it looks great and works perfectly without them. The seat and back are adjustable and the Labofa logo clearly visible. 
Width of seat - 40cm |Width of feet – 57cm | Depth of chair – 55cm

Did you know that as well as restoring mid-century and vintage furniture we also manufacture a range of mid-century inspired furniture. You can find these in our shop at 368c Albert Road, Woodstock or right here.

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