We have found more fabulous treasures for you in the past two weeks.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. Have a beautiful weekend! x Paula
A pair of mid-century wall units. The wooden boxes are adjustable and are screwed onto a black mild steel frame. To make one long unit, you can join the two units by screwing the shelves in between them. These two units can be purchased separately if desired.
*Wall Unit 1: 2 x mirror backed display boxes + 1 x wooden shelf
*Wall unit 2: 2 x cupboard spaces, one with sliding doors and one with a dropdown door and a display shelf + 1 x wooden shelf
Length – 80cm | Depth – 40cm | Height – 185cm
A vintage globe bar on a wooden base. Circa 1960’s / 1970’s. Fantastic overall condition.
Diameter – 74cm | Height – 102cm
A beautiful Art Deco glass light fitting on a chrome rod
Diameter – 31cm | height – 78cm including rod
A set of 6 La Marie chairs designed by Philippe Starck for Kartel in 1998. These transparent chairs are made from a single polycarbonate mould. They are in good used condition.
Height of seat – 48cm | Height of back – 85cm | Width – 39cm | Depth – 53cm
An incredibly collectable mid-century MP 129 couch designed by Brazilian, Percival Lafer in 1976. The chromed metal and wood base is in great condition. The rich leather couch cushion does however have wear and tear in the form of cracks and small tears along the top back. Please refer to the photos supplied. All of these are along the top back seat of the couch and are not noticeable from the front view. It could be used as is, but you could also have it recovered if you wanted it to be perfect.
Despite recognition as one of Brazil’s most prolific makers from the 1960s to the 1980s, designer Percival Lafer is often referred to as a "best kept secret" for Mid-Century Modern collectors. Like his Scandinavian contemporaries Percival Lafer strove to create beautiful design for the masses to enjoy. Today, Percival Lafer’s are sought after Mid-Century classics.
Measurements include cushion: Height of seat – 43cm | Height of back – 68cm | Length – 217cm | Depth – 108cm
Antique pressed back solid Oak bench. At some stage (a very long time ago judging by the upholstery) the riempies were changed to an upholstered seat. I personally prefer this as it is way more comfy!
Height of seat – 48cm | Height of back – 97cm | Width – 118cm | Depth – 57cm
A shaped retro yellow Formica topped coffee table.
89cm x 76cm | Height – 36cm
A small retro Imbuia sideboard
Length – 139cm | Depth – 43cm | Height – 70cm
A pair of vintage bevelled vintage mirrors. The oval mirror shows age marks but this only gives it more character in my opinion!
Shaped: 56cm x 33cm
Oval: 76cm x 43cm
A mid-century white glass ceiling pendant
Diameter of shade – 27cm | Height of shade – 28cm
A mid-century sideboard by Novocraft (SA) This sideboard has interesting lines with light wood veneer inlaid in stripes on the door.
Length – 128cm | Depth – 41cm | Height – 85cm
A retro cane and metal magazine rack with a yellow Formica table top
58cm x 34cm | Height – 60cm
A solid Imbuia retro hat stand which we have brightened up with bursts of yellow!
Base: 49cm x 49cm | Height – 168cm
A sweet 1950’s metal ashtray stand. Although perfect, I am pretty sure the yellow ashtray and tiny bowl at the bottom are not the original. You could even remove the bottom one and put a small pot plant on that tier if you wished. Please note sizes, this is a small item.
Base: 32cm x30cm x 32xm | Height – 70cm
A vintage dentists chair. Can still go up and down in the same position that you can see in the photo and its pretty comfy! It weighs a ton, so definitely local delivery only.
Diameter of base – 62cm
A set of 4 identical solid wood 1950’s Ercol kitchen dining chairs. Ercol was founded in 1920 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England. It is synonymous with good design, quality materials and craftsmanship and is built for longevity.
Height of seat – 42cm | Height of back – 78cm | Width – 47cm | Depth – 47cm