Saturday, May 26, 2018


Our sale continues....
We are in the process of clearing out our storeroom to make place for more stock and we are selling some pieces that have been semi-restored, some that just need re-upholstery and some that have not been restored at all. This will reflect in the prices. We cannot reserve and items and nor can we store them as we need the space.
Call us on 021 448 2755 or email to purchase.

The restored wooden frame of dressing table stool. Will need to have a seat upholstered.
42cm x 31cm | Height – 38cm

A set of two 70’s stack stools. The cushions will have to be replaced.
SINGLE: 44cm x 44cm | Height – 27cm
STACK: Height – 50cm
R400 for the set

A pair of wooden antique fold-up chairs. The wood has been beautifully restored. You would have to replace the seats with rattan or possibly a crochet project?
Height of seat - 45cm | Height of back - 76cm | Width - 45cm | Depth - 56cm
R650 each

The original and iconic Ball Chair, designed in 1963 by Eero Aarnio for Asko. All original vintage condition, fabric being 50 + years old needs repairing or replacement. Marked by the original manufacturer of these chairs when they first came out, Asko on the shell There are some small chips in the fibreglass on the edges, but considering its beauty and age, is very minor.

The Ball Chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in 1963 and presented at the International Furniture Fair in Cologne in 1966. The chair is one of the most well-known classics of Finnish design and Aarnio's international breakthrough. The round shell is simple yet ingenious, and has often been referred to as a “room in a room”. The Ball Chair can be found in the collections of design museums around the world as well as in several movies and music videos. Made from fibreglass, the iconic piece is upholstered with Kvadrat's fabrics and comes in an array of colour combinations.

Height 120 cm, width 105 cm, depth 98 cm
R50 000

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