Galerie Parallèle offers you a selection of original, restored and vintage dining tables, corresponding to the design of Eastern countries during the soviet era. The magazine includes Polish and Czech designers' products.
Cubist dining table from the Czech Republic. It dates from the years 1910-1920. This piece of furniture made of stained wood has 2 integrated wooden extensions. It is probably a unique piece made to an order. It was acquired from the family of the client. This table is reminiscent of the creations of Pavel Janak and Josef Gocar. It is in good vintage condition. Czechoslovak Cubism is an artistic movement that is expressed in architecture and decorative arts. It manifests itself in the years 1910-20.
DESIGNER : Jacob Kielland-Brandt EDITEUR : I. Christiansen Round table designed by Jacob Kielland-Brandt for the publisher I. Christiansen around 1960. This piece of solid pine furniture is in good condition. It has been restored by the previous user.
This dining room set dates from the 1960s. It is a Czech manufacture. It is composed of a table, a corner bench and 3 chairs. These pieces are patinated.
Set composed of a table and four stools in oak dating from the 1960s. These pieces are in good original condition.
Vintage dining table made in the Czech Republic in the 1960s. It includes a built-in extension.
DESIGNER : Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital MANUFACTURER : Drevotvar This dining table is designed by the Czech designers Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital. This model was produced under the name OP 49 by the publisher Drevotvar from 1965. It is made of beech and mahogany. This top is in good vintage condition and has two built-in extensions. The top is restored.
This vintage table is a Czech manufacture dating from the 1960s. It can be used as a desk or a dining table. There is a drawer in front. The top of this wooden furniture is made of formica. It is in a good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital MANUFACTURER : Drevotvar This vintage wooden dining table is produced by the Czech publisher Drevotvar in the 1970s. It is the "Variant" model designed by Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital. This table is extendable with a butterfly extension integrated under the top. This table is in good vintage condition. The top is restored.
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.
Scandinavian vintage dining table from the 1960s. It is in good condition, the top has been fully restored. This piece of furniture has two 45cm extensions, stored directly under the table top.