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Retro Meubels Webshop – Bom Design Furniture in Rotterdam met meer dan 750 stukken in voorraad!

Cees Braakman metal wire sixties pastoe chair Paul Schuitema Fana D3 Vintage Piano stool Bauhaus, Art Deco, Poul Henningsen, Mies van der Rohe, Wagenfeld, Marianne Brandt

Glass yellow and black vintage design hanging lamp

Glass fifties vintage design hanging lamp . Beautiful design from the fifties in great condition.

Eero Saarinen vintage Knoll Side Chair

Eero Saarinen Executive Side Chair by Knoll. Extremely comfortable chair. Has slight stains to the fabric but this is not prominent. Architect of the TWA Flight Center at John F. Kennedy airport in New York. In the early years worked together with Charles Eames. Eero Saarinen designed alot of modernistic furniture for Knoll in the fifties and sixties.

JJP Oud in the Gemeente Museum Den Haag

JJP Oud in the Gemeente Museum Den Haag

Fifties vintage wooden toy garage

Fifties vintage wooden toy garage

Brass Hans-Agne Jakobsson vintage lamp

Brass Hans-Agne Jakobsson vintage lamp

Vintage office A4 storage drawer trolley

Vintage office cabinet with 9 drawers on wheels. Slight signs of use.

I.B. Kofod Larson vintage Danish design lounge chair

Amazingly comfortable easy chair with a beautiful Scandinavian fabric in great condition. Design from 1950 manufactured by Christensen and Larsen. The distinctive features of this chair are its large back and and the joinery of the back and legs. Shown at the Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition in 1950.

Joe Colombo 4867 plastic sixties red chair for Kartell

Design by Joe Colombo, 1968.
Made in Italy by Kartell.
Kartell’s classic 4867 – Colombo Chair was the first industrial seat in the world created by a single injection mold and it offers multiple design solutions still to this day.

Hans Agne Jakobsson yellow sixties table lamp

Slight signs of use. Made by Markaryd in Sweden.
Hans-Agne Jakobsson a Swedish designer who started his own lamp company in 1951 manufacturing lamps from his own designs.



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