DESIGNER : František Jirák MANUFACTURER : Tatra Nabytok Wall unit designed by Frantisek Jirak for Czech manufacturer Tatra Nabytok. It dates back to the 1960s. This piece is composed of two interchangeable modules. It includes a desk and a storage system. This wall unit is in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Jozef Chierowski MANUFACTURER : Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli Vintage Polish armchair by designer Jozef Chierowski for Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli. This is the model 366 from the 1960s. The structure, entirely restored, is made of wood. The seat is upholstered with a grey fabric.
Vintage coffee table from Eastern Europe from the 1960s. It consists of a tubular structure made of red metal. This piece also made of a first top in synthetic material surrounded by wood and a second top in oak. This table has a beautiful patina.
MANUFACTURER : Jitona Vintage coffee table from Eastern Europe edited by Jitona, 1960. It is made of a wooden structure on which rests a circular glass plate. This table is in good vintage condition.
We offer this tubular metal sofa from the 1930s. It is a production of Czech design related to functionalism. The structure is mainly made of metal and the side panels are made of wood. This sofa can also be used as an extra bed. This piece has been completely restored by professionals.
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.
DESIGNER : Juliusz Kędziorek MANUFACTURER : Zamojskie Fabryki Mebli Set of 6 Polish wooden chairs. They were designed by Juliusz Kedziorek in 1965 und untitled GFM-57. These seats were completely restored and covered with a beige fabric. This chair illustrates the process of production in Poland during the PRL period. Indeed this model was presented at first to different commission deciding on its manufacturing. It is following these stages that this chair taken the name of model 200-203 of the factory of Zamojskie.
DESIGNER : Rajmund Teofil Halas MANUFACTURER : Paczkow Set of 6 chairs designed by the Polish designer Rajmund Halas. They were produced by the Paczkow factory in the 1960s. This is the 200-190 model. This set has been restored and covered with a green fabric.
DESIGNER : Irena Zmudzinska Set of 4 Polish wooden chairs, model 200-185, by designer Irena Zmudzinska. This set dates back to the 1960s. The blue fabric of the seat contrasts with the colour of the structure.The backrest of this model is interesting because of the shape of the crossbar that connects the two uprights, whose profile is unusual.The wood has been restored by a professional. The fabric has been cleaned and rested as it was originally.
MANUFACTURER : Ton Set of 4 chairs from Eastern Europe published by Ton in the 1960s. The seat and backrest are made of painted thermoformed plywood. This set is in good vintage condition.
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.
DESIGNER : Antonin Suman MANUFACTURER : Tatra Nabytok Set of 4 chairs made by Tatra Nabytok and designed by the Czechoslovakian Antonin Suman. This seat is a nice model from the 1960s. It was upholstered with a cream leather. The wood was refreshed.
MANUFACTURER : Ton A series of 3 vintage chairs from Eastern Europe, they were produced by the publisher Ton in the 1960s. The seat and backrest are made of thermoformed plywood. These chairs are in vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Wladyslaw Wincze et Olgierd Szlekys MANUFACTURER : LAD Pair of wooden Polish chairs. Designed by Wladyslaw Wincze and Olgierd Szlekys for the cooperative " Lad " in 1942. They are vernacular seats. This model is exposed at the Gallery of Polish Design of the National Museum in Warszaw.
DESIGNER : Jozef Chierowski MANUFACTURER : Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli Pair of Polish armchairs, model 366, by designer Jozef Chierowski for the Lower Silesian Furniture Factory (Dolnoslaska Fabryka Mebli). This is the model 366 which is a must in Polish design. It was designed in 1962.
DESIGNER : František Jirák MANUFACTURER : Tatra Nabytok A pair of Czech armchairs for Tatra Nabytok from the 1960s. This model, well designed, is attributed to the designer Frantisek Jirak. This pair has been completely restored and reupholstered with a yellow fabric.
Pair of chairs from Eastern Europe from the 1960s. It is an anonymous model from the Czech Republic. This chair has an original design, particularly because of the raised seat. These pieces have been completely restored. The wood is made of stained oak, the seat has been covered with a yellow fabric.
MANUFACTURER : Ton Pair of chairs from Eastern Europe produced by the Czech manufacturer Ton. It dates back to the 1960s. This pair, made entirely of wood, has a colourful seat. It is in a vintage condition which gives it a certain attractiveness.
DESIGNER : Maria Chomentowska MANUFACTURER : Zakłady im. Wielkiego Proletariatu in Elblągu Pair of chairs model 200-102 by the Polish designer Maria Chomentowska. The drawing dates from January 1959. Indeed, at this date we see this model appear in Wood Industry magazine [Przemysł Drzewny] in an article entitled "New IWP models" [Nowe modele IWP] .This pair was produced by Zakłady im. Wielkiego Proletariatu at Elblągu in Poland. The stained wooden structure contrasts with the clarity of the seat and backrest. These two foundations have been restored by a professional.  UNKNOWN, "Nowe modele IWP", Przemysł Drzewny, jan. 1959.
DESIGNER : Miroslav Navratil MANUFACTURER : Vertex Pair of armchairs by Czech designer Miroslav Navratil for Vertex. It is a design from the People's Republics of Eastern Europe. These chairs date back to the 1960s. The shape of these pieces is reminiscent of other models of the designer that we have already proposed on our website.The seat is made of fibreglass. The use of this material was innovative for the time. It is one of Miroslav Navratil's trademarks and is used in many projects. This pair is covered with a blue-green fabric. The base is made of wood. This complex has been completely renovated.
DESIGNER : Koželka and Kropáček Pair of armchairs by Antonin Kropacek and Karel Kozelka, 1944. This chair is part of a set that won the silver medal at the Milan Triennial in 1946. This pair has been completely restored. The cushion has been redone according to the original model.
MANUFACTURER : Lusch & Erzeugnis Pair of metal and suede armchairs. It was produced by Lusch & Erzeugnis, a german firm, in the 1960.
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.
DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Eastern European wooden chest of drawers by designer Jiri Jiroutek. The model was designed in the 1960s for the Czechoslovak manufacturer Interier Praha. The structure is made of dark wood varnished. It opens with two doors of pink and white colors. It rests on compass feet. This piece of furniture was entirely restored.
DESIGNER : Koželka and Kropáček MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Eastern European coffee table made of varnished wood and a top of glass. Designed in 1944 by Karel Koželka and Antonin Kropáček for České umělecké dílny. this table won the silver medal in 1946 at the Milan Triennale. There are some signs of use on the glass.
Eastern European circular stool realized in the 1950s in Poland. This piece of furniture hase three legs. The seat is made of plastic. This vintage stool has been restored.
DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Eastern European chest designed by Jiri Jiroutek for the Czech publisher Interier Praha. This model was produced in the 1960s. This all-wood cabinet opens on the front with two sliding doors. It has been restored.
DESIGNER : Miroslav Navratil MANUFACTURER : Vertex Eastern European chair designed by Miroslav Navratil. It was produced by Vertex for the Czech tramway in the 1960s. The seat is made of fiberglass painted grey. This is a swivel chair whose height can be adjusted. This piece is in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Czechoslovakian sideboard for the manufacturer Interier Praha from the 1960s, model U-452. This chest was designed by Jiri Jiroutek. This piece of furniture made of wood has a rose and white door. It is in a good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Karel Vyčítal et Miloš Sedláček MANUFACTURER : Dřevotvar Czechoslovakian oval table produced by Dřevotvar in the 1970s, typ Venesa designed by Karel Vyčítal et Miloš Sedláček. It is made of wood. It corresponds to the design from the Soviet era.
MANUFACTURER : Krasna Jizba Czech side table edited by Krasna Jizba from the 1940s. It is composed of two glass shelves. This object corresponds to a production inspired by folk art.This piece of furniture was completely restored. The glass plates were redone to measure and the wood renovated.
DESIGNER : Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital MANUFACTURER : Drevotvar Czech wooden coffee table by Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital and edited by Drevotvar. This is the "Variant" model from the 1970s. The slightly suspended tray has a beautiful veining. This piece of furniture is in good vintage condition.
MANUFACTURER : Kovo Drevo Prerov Coat rack for the Czech manufacturer Kovo Drevo Prerov. This is the "Dora" model published in 1964. This piece is wall mounted. It has an empty curved wooden pocket. This one also allows to receive umbrellas whose water is recovered thanks to a metal receptacle. This wooden coat rack is covered with a plastic coating. It is in good vintage condition. The mirror is patinated.
DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Czech chest of drawers designed by Jiri Jiroutek and manufactured by Interier Praha in the 1960s. It has 8 pink, white and black drawers. It rests on compass feet. This piece is in good vintage condition.
MANUFACTURER : Krasna Jizba Armchair from the fifties. It is a Czech production from the Soviet era, entirely restored with soft beige furnishings. It was produced in the 50's by Krasna Jizba. Its armrests are made of a thin piece of wood.
MANUFACTURER : Jitona Coffee table for the publisher Jitona. It is a production of Czech design from the 1960s. The circular glass plate rests on a tripod structure. This table is in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Ludvik Volak MANUFACTURER : Drevopodnik Holesov This model was designed by the Czech designer Ludvik Volak in the 1960s for the manufacturer Drevopodnik Holesov. It is a wooden shelf from Eastern Europe, which can also be used in order to split a room. This claustra is in good vintage condition.
Children's chair from the 1960s. This is a realization of Czech design. This piece of furniture is composed of an original metal structure. The seat and backrest are made of wood. This chair has a beautiful patina.
DESIGNER : Jiri Jiroutek MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Wooden chest of drawers designed by Jiri Jiroutek and produced by Interier Praha in the 1960s. It has eight drawers on the front, the inside of which is made of plastic. This piece of furniture has been partially restored.
DESIGNER : Mart Stam MANUFACTURER : Kovona Armchair designed by the architect Mart Stam in the 1930s and published by the Czech manufacturer Kovona in the 1940s. The chrome metal is in good vintage condition and the wood has been completely restored.