Why not adorn your interior with an objet d’art which will set off your decorative style perfectly, thanks to its typical 20th century design characteristics? From a vase to a mirror, via a traveller’s trunk, there are numerous vintage objects that the skills of the previous century’s designers have transformed into so much more than simply func...
Line Vautrin (1913-1997), Gribiche mirror, circular, beige talosel inlaid with blue mirror, signed Line Vautrin on the back, circa 1965, France. Measures: Diameter 18 cm.
In the style of Fornasetti, Screen, Engraved wood, vintage condition, Italy, circa 1960. Measures: Height 130 cm, width 225 cm, depth 2.5 cm.
Anthony Redmile, Seashell mirror, England, circa 1970. Measures: Height 135 cm, width 110 cm, depth 15 cm.
Pair of mirrors, Rope, France, circa 1970. Measures: Diameter 88 cm, height 8 cm.
Gabriella Crespi, Pair of shelves, rattan and iron, circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Width 55 cm, depth 26.5 cm, height 5.5 cm.
Fausto Melotti,Wall mirror,La Farnesiana Manufacturer,Glazed earthenware, mirrored glass,Signed, Parma, Italy, circa 1950. Measures: Height 64 cm, width 53 cm, depth 9 cm.
Fausto Melotti (1901-1986), wall mirror, La Farnesiana manufacturer, varnished ceramic, signed, Parme, Italy, circa 1950. Measures: Height 64 cm, width 53 cm, depth 9 cm.
Tilson, Chthonic box, Tresor 1996, wood, numeroted 41/100, circa 1976, England. Measures: Height 50 cm, width 40 cm, depth 5 cm.
Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979), wool carpet, Blue spiral, Mechanical carpet with lockstitch, circa 1960, France. Measures: width 2m, length 2m76.