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    DESIGNER : Ludwik Fiedorowicz MANUFACTURER : Staszic White Polish glass made by the designer Ludwik Fiedorowicz for the factory Staszic. This vase was realized in the 1970s. 

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    DESIGNER : František Jirák MANUFACTURER : Tatra Nabytok  Wall unit "Monti 300" produced by Tatra Nabytok in the 1960s. It was designed by the Czechoslovakian Frantisek Jirak. it corresponds to the design from the Soviet era.

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    Vintage Scandinavian teak and opaline suspension from the 1960s. This luminaire probably comes from Denmark. It is in good vintage condition. The electrical system has been refurbished.

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    DESIGNER : Antonin Kybal Vintage wool rug by Czechoslovak designer Antonin Kybal. This is an Eastern European carpet from the 1940s. It is essentially a long piece. It presents a minimalist decoration composed of a set of parallel lines.

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    ARTIST : Alexander Nikolayevich Dobrov Poster from the USSR, 1967. This poster was produced in Soviet Union in Moscow. It commemorates May 1st, 1902. It is written in Russian : "With sacred feeling keep this banner – the courage and flame of first May Days" It was drawn by Alexander Nikolayevich Dobrov (1924-1989). This poster was produced in 250 000 copies. It is in one good one vintage state.

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    DESIGNER : Barbara Fenrych-Weclawska MANUFACTURER : Bystrzyckie Fabryki Mebli Vintage Polish armchair by designer Barbara Fenrych-Weclawska. It dates from the 1960s and was produced by Bystrzyckie Fabryki Mebli. This piece has a refined profile. This product has been completely renovated by a professional.

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Lidokov Vintage lamp designed by the Czech designer Josef Hurka for the manufacturer Lidokov. This is the L 193-1365 model from the 1960s. This luminaire is in good vintage condition.

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    MANUFACTURER : Zukov Vintage floor lamp from Eastern Europe for Czechoslovak manufacturer Zukov. The height and inclination of the head is adjustable. The lampshade is made of paper. This lamp is in good original condition. 

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    DESIGNER : Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital MANUFACTURER : Drevotvar Vintage wooden dining table produced by the Czech manufacturer Drevotvar in the 1970s. This is the "Variant" model designed by Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital. This table can be extended by an extension integrated under the top. The design of this piece of furniture is simple and elegant. This table is in very good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Vintage Czech chest by designer Jiri Jiroutek for Interier Praha. This model, u-458, dates back to the 1960s. It is composed of a door and a series of 4 drawers. The structure is made of stained wood and the inside of the drawers of plastic. This piece is in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Vintage chest of drawers by the Czech designer Jiri Jiroutek published by Interier Praha in the 1960s. It is made of 8 pink, white and black drawers. The box rests on compass feet. This Eastern European piece of furniture is in a good vintage floor.

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    DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Beautiful Eastern European buffet by designer Jiri Jiroutek produced in the 1960s by Czech Interier Praha. It is the model U-453. Almost entirely made of wood, it is composed of a door and a series of four drawers, the inside of which is made of plastic. This piece is in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Sideboard by the Czech designer Jiri Jiroutek for Interier Praha, typ U-452. It has two rose and white doors. This chest is from the 1960s.

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    DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Sideboard by the Czech designer Jiri Jiroutek for Interier Praha, typ U-450. It has eight black, white and pink drawers made of wood. This chest is from the 1960s.

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    Children's chair made of tubular metal and wood from the Czech Republic. It dates back to the 1960s. This piece originally matches this children's desk. This chair has a beautiful patina.

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Lidokov Table lamp from the East by the Czech designer Josef Hurka for the manufacturer Lidokov. Model L 193-1365 from the 1960s. One of the original elements of this lamp is the feet that remind us of the shape of a handle. The height of the shade is adjustable as well as its inclination. This luminaire is in good vintage condition.

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    MANUFACTURER : Uluv Table lamp for the Czech manufacturer Uluv, from Eastern Europe, produced in the 1960s. It is a three-leg wooden luminaire with an opaline upper part. This lamp is in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Table lamp designed by Josef Hurka and edited by Napako. This is the 85133 model produced in the 1970s. This metal luminaire is covered with a white paint. It is in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Pavel Grus MANUFACTURER : Kamenický Šenov Table lamp by designer Pavel Grus for manufacturer Kamenický Šenov from the 1960s. It is a red metal light. It is in good vintage condition. The light level can be adjusted by the moving part of the head.

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    MANUFACTURER : Krasna Jizba Eastern European stool dating from the 1940s. The structure is made of wood. The seat is made of rope. It was made in the former Czechoslovakia by the Krasna Jizba factory, which is supported by vernacular ideas as seen through this piece. This stool is in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Apolinar Jan Galecki MANUFACTURER : MEOS Metal black and grey table lamp. The lampshare is ajdjustable.This creation is from the Polish People's Republic era (1952-1989). It was designed by the polish designer Apolinar Jan Gałecki. A similar product was produced by J. T Kalmar. This light is in original condition, the electric system was changed. 

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    Small metal table lamp. This is a work from the Czech Republic from the 1940s. This luminaire imitates the shape of a mushroom. It is in good vintage condition.

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    Small Eastern European dining table made of a red formica from the 1950s with four metal legs. The design is very simple and perfect for two persons. 

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    Small dining table from Eastern Europe from the 1960s. This piece of furniture was produced in the Czech Republic. It is composed of a top resting on black metal feet. It is in good vintage condition.

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    Red plastic sign from 1971 celebrating the 50 years of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC) created in 1921. In the center there is the head of Lenine to show his role in communism.  At the bottom of the sign it is written in Czechoslovak " the proletarians of all the countries join " follow-up by a star symbolizing this union. The sickle and the hammer, the symbol of the communist, are also represented.

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    DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Czech sideboard by Jiri Jiroutek for Interier Praha from the 1960s, typ U-453-1. It has eight black, white and pink drawers made of wood. The wooden parts has been restored. 

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    DESIGNER : Rajmund Teofil Halas MANUFACTURER : Paczkow Set of 4 vintage chairs from the East by the Polish designer Rajmund Halas for the furniture manufacturer Paczkow. This is the 200-190 model developed in the 1960s. The structure of these chairs is made of varnished wood. This complex was completely restored by a professional.

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    DESIGNER : Antonin Suman FABRICANT : Jitona Set of 4 vintage chairs from the East produced by the Czech manufacturer Jitona designed by Antonin Suman. It dates back to the 1960s. The wood has been renovated by a professional. The seat has been redone with a blue-green fabric.

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    MANUFACTURER : Ton Set of 4 Czech chairs produced by the manufacturer Ton in the 1970s. This set is in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : František Jirák MANUFACTURER : Tatra Nabytok Set of four chairs designed by the Czech designer František Jirák. They were produced by Tatra nabytok in the 1960s. The backrest is made of a thermoformed plywood plate. These chairs have been completely restored and upholstered in grey fabric.

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    Jean-Pierre Vasarely was a French painter born in 1934. Son of the famous painter Victor Vasarely, he chose to be called « Yvaral »  in order to build his own reputation. He studied graphics in Paris. In the sixties, he became one of the most representative artist of kinetic art . He is also one of the creator of the G.R.A.V (Visual art group) regrouping abstract art artists. Group which aims to open access to art.He died in 2002.

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    Jean-Pierre Vasarely was a French painter born in 1934. Son of the famous painter Victor Vasarely, he chose to be called « Yvaral »  in order to build his own reputation. He studied graphics in Paris. In the sixties, he became one of the most representative artist of kinetic art . He is also one of the creator of the G.R.A.V (Visual art group) regrouping abstract art artists. Group which aims to open access to art.He died in 2002.

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    Jean-Pierre Vasarely was a French painter born in 1934. Son of the famous painter Victor Vasarely, he chose to be called « Yvaral »  in order to build his own reputation. He studied graphics in Paris. In the sixties, he became one of the most representative artist of kinetic art . He is also one of the creator of the G.R.A.V (Visual art group) regrouping abstract art artists. Group which aims to open access to art.He died in 2002.

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    Jean-Pierre Vasarely was a French painter born in 1934. Son of the famous painter Victor Vasarely, he chose to be called « Yvaral »  in order to build his own reputation. He studied graphics in Paris. In the sixties, he became one of the most representative artist of kinetic art . He is also one of the creator of the G.R.A.V (Visual art group) regrouping abstract art artists. Group which aims to open access to art.He died in 2002.

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    Jean-Pierre Vasarely was a French painter born in 1934. Son of the famous painter Victor Vasarely, he chose to be called « Yvaral »  in order to build his own reputation. He studied graphics in Paris. In the sixties, he became one of the most representative artist of kinetic art . He is also one of the creator of the G.R.A.V (Visual art group) regrouping abstract art artists. Group which aims to open access to art.He died in 2002.

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    Yaacov Gibstein called Agam is an Israeli artist born in 1928. He became a figure of kinetic art. Between 1946 and 1948, Agam first trained in Jerusalem at the Bezalel School, at the same time working as a graphic designer in advertising agencies. In 1951, he settled in Paris. The same year he became interested in kinetic art. He enrolled in Jean Dewasne's abstract art workshop and met Fernand Léger and Auguste Herbin.In 1953, Agam had his first solo exhibition, where he laid the foundations of his work by referring to Judaism from a philosophical perspective. He won the first international exhibition of kinetic art at the Denise René Gallery in 1955. At the beginning of the 1970s, Agam was a great success.

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    Yaacov Gibstein called Agam is an Israeli artist born in 1928. He became a figure of kinetic art. Between 1946 and 1948, Agam first trained in Jerusalem at the Bezalel School, at the same time working as a graphic designer in advertising agencies. In 1951, he settled in Paris. The same year he became interested in kinetic art. He enrolled in Jean Dewasne's abstract art workshop and met Fernand Léger and Auguste Herbin.In 1953, Agam had his first solo exhibition, where he laid the foundations of his work by referring to Judaism from a philosophical perspective. He won the first international exhibition of kinetic art at the Denise René Gallery in 1955. At the beginning of the 1970s, Agam was a great success.

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    Yaacov Gibstein called Agam is an Israeli artist born in 1928. He became a figure of kinetic art. Between 1946 and 1948, Agam first trained in Jerusalem at the Bezalel School, at the same time working as a graphic designer in advertising agencies. In 1951, he settled in Paris. The same year he became interested in kinetic art. He enrolled in Jean Dewasne's abstract art workshop and met Fernand Léger and Auguste Herbin.In 1953, Agam had his first solo exhibition, where he laid the foundations of his work by referring to Judaism from a philosophical perspective. He won the first international exhibition of kinetic art at the Denise René Gallery in 1955. At the beginning of the 1970s, Agam was a great success.

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    Yaacov Gibstein called Agam is an Israeli artist born in 1928. He became a figure of kinetic art. Between 1946 and 1948, Agam first trained in Jerusalem at the Bezalel School, at the same time working as a graphic designer in advertising agencies. In 1951, he settled in Paris. The same year he became interested in kinetic art. He enrolled in Jean Dewasne's abstract art workshop and met Fernand Léger and Auguste Herbin.In 1953, Agam had his first solo exhibition, where he laid the foundations of his work by referring to Judaism from a philosophical perspective. He won the first international exhibition of kinetic art at the Denise René Gallery in 1955. At the beginning of the 1970s, Agam was a great success.

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    Yaacov Gibstein called Agam is an Israeli artist born in 1928. He became a figure of kinetic art. Between 1946 and 1948, Agam first trained in Jerusalem at the Bezalel School, at the same time working as a graphic designer in advertising agencies. In 1951, he settled in Paris. The same year he became interested in kinetic art. He enrolled in Jean Dewasne's abstract art workshop and met Fernand Léger and Auguste Herbin.In 1953, Agam had his first solo exhibition, where he laid the foundations of his work by referring to Judaism from a philosophical perspective. He won the first international exhibition of kinetic art at the Denise René Gallery in 1955. At the beginning of the 1970s, Agam was a great success.

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    Yaacov Gibstein called Agam is an Israeli artist born in 1928. He became a figure of kinetic art. Between 1946 and 1948, Agam first trained in Jerusalem at the Bezalel School, at the same time working as a graphic designer in advertising agencies. In 1951, he settled in Paris. The same year he became interested in kinetic art. He enrolled in Jean Dewasne's abstract art workshop and met Fernand Léger and Auguste Herbin.In 1953, Agam had his first solo exhibition, where he laid the foundations of his work by referring to Judaism from a philosophical perspective. He won the first international exhibition of kinetic art at the Denise René Gallery in 1955. At the beginning of the 1970s, Agam was a great success.

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    Peter Klasen is a painter, photograph and sculptor born in Germany in 1935. His is one of the principals members of narrative figuration, movements that aims to give a social and political sense to painting. The principal theme of his pieces is «the industrialization ».

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    Jacques Monory was born in Paris in 1924. He received training to become a painter then he discovered photography universe by working 10 years with an art publisher. He is one of the principals artist representing narrative figuration; movement created in 1960 in order to give a social and political aspect to painting.From photographies that he take himself or that he picks in articles, he creates figures that he paints in pink, blue or yellow. His pieces represents modern society.

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    Jacques Monory was born in Paris in 1924. He trained as a painter then he discovered photography universe by working 10 years with an art publisher. He is one of the principals artist representing narrative figuration; movement created in 1960 in order to give a social and political aspect to painting.From photographies that he take himself or that he picks in articles, he creates figures that he paints in pink, blue or yellow. His pieces represents modern society.

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    Jacques Monory was born in Paris in 1924. He received training to become a painter then he discovered photography universe by working 10 years with an art publisher. He is one of the principals artist representing narrative figuration; movement created in 1960 in order to give a social and political aspect to painting.From photographies that he take himself or that he picks in articles, he creates figures that he paints in pink, blue or yellow. His pieces represents modern society.

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    Jacques Monory was born in Paris in 1924. He received training to become a painter then he discovered photography universe by working 10 years with an art publisher. He is one of the principals artist representing narrative figuration; movement created in 1960 in order to give a social and political aspect to painting.From photographies that he take himself or that he picks in articles, he creates figures that he paints in pink, blue or yellow. His pieces represents modern society.

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    Geneviève Claisse is a French painter born in 1935. She is the niece of the famous artist Auguste Herbin.In 1958, she exposed his pieces for the first time in Paris and in Cambrai. The following year, she moved in Paris.This is during this period that she began a collaboration with her uncle and that she shared her workshop with him.

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    This wall lamp is composed of a wooden structure and an opaline head. It is a Scandinavian style light, probably from the 1960s. It is in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz MANUFACTURER : Tarnowiec Red glass vase. Drawn by the glassworker Jerzy Sluczan-Orkusz and produced in Poland in the 1980s during the last decade of the communist regime. 

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    DESIGNER : Zbigniew Horbowy Red glass vase. Designed by the glassworker Zbigniew Horbowy and produced in Poland in the 1980s in the last decade of the Soviet era.

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    DESIGNER : Mario Botta MANUFACTURER : Alias The Quinta chair is the work of Italian designer Mario Botta. It was produced by Alias in 1985. This part is made of metal tubes as well as a perforated metal seat and backrest. It has a geometric dimensional shape resulting in an original aesthetic. This chair is in good vintage condition.

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    Poster of the exhibition of Jan Konupek (1883-1950) in the regional museum of Pisek in Czech Republic. It took place from March till April, 1970.

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    Poster of Soviet propaganda from 1976. We see the head Lenin of three quarter on a red background and below it's written in Russian : The Party - the spirit, the honor and the consciousness of our time". 

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    DESIGNER : Zofia Przybyszewska FABRICANT : Cmielow Porcelain, model Lidia, by Zofia Przybyszewska for the manufacturer Cmielow. This vase untitled Lidia is from 1958.

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    MANUFACTURER : Karolina Polish porcelain from the 1960s. It is a hand-painted ceramic signed by an unknown ceramist. It presents a minimalistic and repetitive decoration. This object was produced by the company Karolina which was originally a German factory called Königszelt. The name changed in 1954 when the Polish State seizes one of the German establishments present in Poland. The history behind this object is an example of the functioning of the regimes of the Eastern countries during Soviet era.

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    DESIGNER : Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz MANUFACTURER : Tarnowiec White glass vase. Drawn by the glassworker Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz and produced in Tarnowiec in Poland after 1982 in the last decade of the Soviet era. The vase came from the serie "Butli".

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    DESIGNER : Apolinar Jan Gałecki MANUFACTURER : MEOS Small metal black and yellow table lamp. The lampshare is ajdjustable.Completely restored,  this creation corresponds to the PRL Design (Polska Rzeczpospolita Ludowa). This vintage product was designed by the polish designer Apolinar Jan Gałecki during the soviet era which took place in Poland in the sixties. A similar product was produced by J. T Kalmar.

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    DESIGNER : Apolinar Jan Galecki MANUFACTURER : MEOS  Metal black and grey table lamp. The lampshare is ajdjustable.This creation is from Eastern Europe. It was designed by the polish designer Apolinar Jan Gałecki. A similar product was produced by J. T Kalmar. This light has been restored. 

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    MANUFACTURER : Metron Polish Predom clock for Metron dating from the 1970s. It is made of plastic and a glass window. It is an iconic design piece from the People's Republic of Poland. This accessory is in good vintage condition. 

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    MANUFACTURER : Cmielow Polish porcelain, model Kostka, for the manufacturer Cmielow from the 1960s.

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    MANUFACTURER : Pruszkow Polish plate produced by Pruszkow in the 1960s. This painted porcelain is a part of the series Pikasy corresponding to the enthusiam about Picasso.

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    DESIGNER : Apolinar Jan Gałecki MANUFACTURER : Stołeczne Zakłady Metalowe Small white bedside lamp that could also be used as a wall lamp. It was designed by the  polish designer Apolinar Jan Gałecki and made in the sixties during the soviet era in Poland. It corresponds to the PRL design (Polska Rzeczpospolita Ludowa). Another product with the similar appearance was realized by the German designer Ernst Igl.

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    Polish metal chair, probably from the 1950's. This seat painted in black is in original condition. 

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    DESIGNER : Jozef Chierowski MANUFACTURER : Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli Polish armchair, model 366 by Jozef Chierowski designed in 1962. It's a vintage piece of furniture. The wood has been restored and the fabric changed. It's a iconic model of the Polish design. It is exposed at the Gallery of Polish Design of the National Museum in Warszaw.

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    DESIGNER : Jozef Chierowski MANUFACTURER : Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli Polish armchair designed by Jozef Chierowski in 1962, named 366. It s made of beech wood. This seat was restored with a grey fabric. 

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    DESIGNER : Jarmila Formánková MANUFACTURER : Ditmar Urbach Small ceramic pitcher by the Czechoslovakian designer Jarmila Formánková for the manufacturer Ditmar Urbach. Ceramic from 1959 with "Pyzamo" decor made of black, yellow and white color. 

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Pair of wall lamps designed par Josef Hurka for the manufacturer Napako during the 1960s. Those lamps are made of piece of red metal and a plastic lampshade. This model received this medal of the perfect product. This pair of lightings are in a good vintage condition. 

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Pair of white table lamps designed by Josef Hurka and manufactured by Napako in the 1960s. The head is swiveled. They are in a good original vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Rajmund Teofil Hałas MANUFACTURER : Paczków Pair of beechwood chairs designed by the Polish designer Rajmund Teofil Halas. They were produced during the Soviet era in Poland. They were restored with a grey furnishing.

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    DESIGNER : František Jirák MANUFACTURER : Tatra Nabytok Pair of black lacquered beechwood armchairs. They were probably conceived by Czech designer František Jirák and were produced by Tatra Nabytok in the sixties, in the Soviet Czechoslovakia. These chairs have been entirely restored with grey soft furnishings. Their armrests are made of a thin piece of wood.

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    MANUFACTURER : Rzemieślniczy Dom Towarowy Pair of red metal chairs in their original vintage condition. They were conceived by Soviet-era Polish designers and produced in the 1950s. We do not have any information about them except that they were sold in Warsaw by Rzemieślniczy Dom Towarowy. They can be to renovate on request.

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    MANUFACTURER : Rzemieślniczy Dom Towarowy Pair of metal stools in vintage condition. It corresponds to the design of Eastern Europe. These two seats were produced in the 1950 in Poland after the Second World War. These two stools are made of an iron structure and covered with a red tapestry.

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    DESIGNER : Czeslaw Knothe Pair of Polish armchairs designed by Czeslaw Knothe in the 1960s. The wood structure has been restored. The seat and the back has been refurbished with a blue fabric.

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    Nice pair of vintage armchairs from the 1960s. This is a Polish work. The structure is made of metal, the armrests of wood. The seat includes springs. This pair is in a vintage condition. The original fabric has an interesting geometric pattern.

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck MANUFACTURER : XO Beautiful pair of chairs Lilla Hunter by the French designer Philippe Starck for the manufacturer XO in 1985. The structure of this piece is made of metal, the seat of leather and the backrest of wood. These two chairs are in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Pair of red metal table lamps. These two lightings are from the 1960s and from  Czechoslovakia. They are probably the work of the designer of Eastern Europe Josef Hurka for the firm Napako. The model presented is known under the number 8 51020.  Theses two lamps are in good vintage condition. 

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    DESIGNER : František Jirák MANUFACTURER : Tatra Nabytok Pair of armchairs for Tatra Nabytok. They were probably conceived by the Czech designer František Jirák and were produced  in the sixties, in Czechoslovakia.These seats have been entirely restored. Is means the wood and the tapestry changed for fabric with motives. Their armrests are made of a thin piece of wood.

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    DESIGNER : Helena Frantova MANUFACTURER : Okolo Pair of Czech lamps designed by Helena Frantova. They were realised in 1953 for Okolo.  These lights can be used as a table lamp or wall lamp. It is Eastern Europe design. These lamps are in a vintage condition. 

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    DESIGNER : Antonin Suman MANUFACTURER : Ton Pair of wooden chairs designed by the Czech designer Antonin Suman and produced by the manufacturer Ton in the 1960s. These two pieces from Eastern Europe are in good vintage condition.

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    MANUFACTURER : Ton Pair of chairs from Eastern Europe for the Czech publisher Ton. It is a production from the 1960s. The seat is green and the backrest is beige. This pair is in vintage condition.

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    MANUFACTURER : Ton Pair of chairs for the Czech manufacturer Ton. It dates back to the 1960s. This model is made of wood and thermoformed plywood. The seat and backrest are painted. This pair is in a good vintage condition with a patina that gives it charm.

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    DESIGNER : Antonin Suman MANUFACTURER : Ton A set of 4 chairs designed by the Czech designer Antonin Suman and produced by Ton in the 1960s. This set of Eastern European countries is in a good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Selman Selmanagić MANUFACTURER : Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau Pair of laminated wooden armchairs by German designer Selman Selmanagic. This model was designed in 1957 for Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau, a public company in eastern Germany. These two seats are refurbished and upholstered.

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    DESIGNER : Miroslav Navratil MANUFACTURER : Vertex Office chair by Miroslav Navratil for Vertex from the 1960s. The seat is made of fibreglass painted red and the legs are made of metal. Its height is adjustable and swivelling. This chair from the former Czechoslovakia was intended for the T3 tramway.

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    MANUFACTURER : Rzemieślniczy Dom Towarowy Stool from the Eastern countries made in the 1950s. It is composed of a black metal structure and a seat with a pink leather. This vintage piece of furniture was sold by Rzemieślniczy Dom Towarowy in Warsaw. This stool is in a very good condition so it was probably restored since the 1950s.

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Kovona Metal lamp for the publisher Kovona from the 1960s. This is the ST30 model. It is attributed to Josef Hurka. This luminaire comes from the Czech Republic. It is composed of a black tubular foot. The conical head is painted red. Its height is adjustable. This lamp is in good vintage condition.

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    MANUFACTURER : Rzemieślniczy Dom Towarowy Metal stool in vintage condition. It was produced in Poland, probably in the 1950s. 

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako The light, model 0531, is the work of the Czech designer Josef Hurka for the manufacturer Napako. This is a metal lamp from the 1950s.This piece is composed of a base and a head painted in yellow connected by a rod. The switch is located at the base of the assembly. This light is in good vintage condition.

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    Large vintage industrial lamp. It comes from the Czech Republic and probably dates from the 1930s. It is made entirely of metal. The height of the head is adjustable and inclinable. This object has a beautiful patina while being in good vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Lidokov Lamp from the Eastern countries designed Josef Hurka for the firm Lidokov in the 1960s. This red metal light was produced in Czecoslovakia which was a communist country. The height of the lampshade is adjustable.

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    MANUFACTURER : Kovona Lamp for the Czech factory Kovona, model ST30. It comes from Eastern Europe dating from the 1960s. This luminaire consists of a black tube that acts as a structure. The height of the red head is adjustable.

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Floor lamp by Josef Hurka for the manufacturer Napako dating from the 1960s. This is model 1706. This all-metal lamp rests on three feet.   The circular part is composed of a grid. It is in good original condition.

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    MANUFACTURER : Napako Eastern table lamp for the manufacturer Napako. It was probably designed in the sixties. The height and the angle of the head can be change. This withe metal lamp is in a good vintage condition.

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    We offer this vintage tubular sofa from Eastern Europe from the 1930s. It comes from the former Czechoslovakia and corresponds to the functionalist design movement. This sofa is composed of a metal structure, a large cushion forming the seat, two smaller ones for the backrest and a pair forming the armrests.This sofa, due to its size, can also be used as an extra bed.This piece of furniture has been completely renovated. The metal and wood have been restored and the cushions redone to measure.

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    DESIGNER : Stefan Sadowski MANUFACTURER : Sudety Red/orange glass vase. Designed by the glassworker Stefan Sadowski and produced in Poland in the 1980s during the PRL period. It is from the firm "Sudety". 

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    MANUFACTURER : Drevotvar Nova Paka Small oak table from Eastern Europe. It was published by the Czech manufacturer Drevotvar Nova Paka in January 1962. This model is called the "shelf under the phone". This table that can be fixed to the wall can be used as a bedside table. It is composed of a drawer and a magazine holder. This piece, which is in good vintage condition, has a beautiful veining.

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    MANUFACTURER : Aka Eastern European metal lamp for the Aka. This light was designed in the 1960s. The height and the angle of the head can be changed. this lamp is a good original condition.

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    MANUFACTURER : Rzemieślniczy Dom Towarowy Eastern European metal chair from the 1950s. The seat and the back has been restored with a red skai. It was sold by Rzemieślniczy Dom Towarowy in Warsaw during the Soviet Era. 

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    DESIGNER : Josef Hurka MANUFACTURER : Napako Eastern European street lamp designed by Josef Hurka for Napako in the 1970s. It is a metal luminaire with parts painted red. The height and inclination of the lampshade are adjustable. This lamp is in good vintage condition.

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    MANUFACTURER : ZAOS  Table lamp LN-10 produced by ZAOS. It's a polish metal lamp from the 1960's.

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