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  • "Breathing Space" studio glass vase by Nick Orsler (1986) UK


    Nick Orsler -  A Studio glass vase titled "Breathing Space", in pink and blue translucent glass. Signed and dated 1986 to base,

    Dimensions - 20cm high


    Nick Orsler trained at Hornsey College of Art in London, and then did a degree in Industrial design at Leicester University.  He set up a small studio in London with the support of a Crafts Council award. Stockists of Nick's work have included Harrods International glass department, Liberty's One off department and the Designers Guild.

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  • 'Marcuso' table in glass and Chrome by Marco Zanuso for Zanotta (C1965)

    'Marcuso' table in glass and Chrome by Marco Zanuso for Zanotta (C1965)


    This modernist coffee table comprises of four, 10cm diameter chrome plated tubular columns with a substantial 1.7cm glass top which is invisibly bonded to machined stainless steel caps with black plastic trim.  The 'Marcuso' table was designed by Italian architect Marco Zanuso around 1960 and manufactured by Zanotto in 1965.  The table was documented in 'Repertorio del Design Italiano 1950-2000' by Guiliana Grami

    Small surface scratches to the glass,  1 small internal occlusion of the glass on 1 corner; The glass remains smooth to the touch and intact on all surfaces (clearly photographed)


    Height - 38cm

    Width - 158 cm

    Depth - 80 cm


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  • 1 studio pottery bowl with black line detail

    1 studio pottery bowl with black line detail

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    These studio pottery bowls have been completed in a white rake glaze overlaid with black line detailing.  They are signed to the base.

    Diameter 8.5cm high x 14cm diameter

    Studio pottery is pottery made by a professional artist or artisan working alone or in small groups, making unique or short runs of items. Typically, all stages of manufacturing are carried out by the artists themselves.

    They are priced individually. 

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  • 1950s 3 piece 'Congo' suite by Theo Ruth for Artifort (Netherlands)

    1950s 3 piece 'Congo' suite by Theo Ruth for Artifort (Netherlands)


    Theo Ruth (Dutch, 1915-1971) for Artifort, a 1950's suite including a two-seater sofa and two armchairs -  totally reupholstered with fire retardant foam and luxury boucle fabric from Linwood.

    In excellent condition.  

    These extremely comfortable chairs are unusual as the back and seat slot together using no fixtures.  A dream to upholster as you are able to reach every area of the chair easily.

    All with Artifort badges to the undersides

    I've priced these as a set but would sell the sofa and 2 chairs separately - please contact us if you'd like to buy them or would like to view them in our St Albans show room.

    Chairs- 1400 each

    sofa - £3500

    Sofa width 137 cm, depth 78 cm.

    Chairs width 71 cm each. Height of backs on all three pieces 73 cm.

    Height of seat on all three pieces 37 cm

    Dutch designer Theo Ruth was born in 1915 in Maastricht. He trained as a furniture designer and interior designer at the Middelbare Kunstnijverheidsschool in Maastricht (which later became the Maastricht Academy of Arts). In 1936, he joined Artifort in Maastricht, where he specialised in designing living room furniture. Just three years later, in 1939, he became head of design and development, a position he maintained until his death in 1971.

    Ruth was Artifort’s first permanent designer, and he had a major impact on its design legacy. His most famous pieces include the 1952 Congo Chair and the 1953 Penguin Chair, both of which were constructed from two interlocking pieces that fit together without locks or screws (the latter’s original version featured a black back and a white cushion to mimic its namesake). Notably, designers Pierre Paulin and Geoffrey Harcourt also collaborated with Artifort’s design department during Ruth’s tenure.

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  • 1950s bentwood magazine rack (1970s)

    1950s bentwood magazine rack (1970s)

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    1950s Bentwood magazine rack on atomic legs with brass surround and handles.

     In very good condition, some patina on the brass consistent with age.

    Height 39cm

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  • 1960s ceramic topped circular table

    1960s ceramic topped circular table


    1960s coffee table Coffee table in enamelled ceramic with an alliminium legs and frame.  Graphic tortoisehell design.  In Excellent condition, with a very small chip in top (clearly photographed)

    Diameter 79cm

    Please contact us if you would like to view in our St Albans studio

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  • 1960s teak kneehole desk with intregrated shelf

    1960s teak kneehole desk with intregrated shelf


    lovely 1960's Danish teak and crossbanded kneehole desk with an arrangement of seven drawers, the reverse with an open compartment, on chamfered legs, in excellent condition, sanded and oiled.

    no key.

    Dimensions 146 x 75 cm

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  • 1980s Dining set - 6 chairs and glazed table by Tim Bates for Pieff

    1980s Dining set - 6 chairs and glazed table by Tim Bates for Pieff


    Tim Bates for Pieff, a 1982 dining set including six 'Eleganza' dining chairs and a matching black ash glazed table on tubular legs.  

    We don't have an image for the table currently - this is a rosewood version to show the tubular legs.  The table is black wood with a removable black glazed top, contact its if you're interested and we can arrange a viewing for you.

    Table dimensions 200 x 100 cm

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  • 2 Poole pottery pin dishes (1960s) UK

    2 Poole pottery pin dishes (1960s) UK


    2 Poole pottery pin dish. Both shape number 49 dating to the late 1960s.

    2 available, please state which you would prefer if purchasing 1.

    12.5 cm diameter

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