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Following please find a selection of our range of artpieces.
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Jugendstil Chaise Longue
Vienna, before 1904
Manufactured by Thonet
Model No. 9702
Ebonized bent beechwood with adjustable backrest
96 x 160 x 70 cm
New acquisition

 

Jugendstil armchairs
Otto Wagner (1841-1918)
Wien, 1902
curved beachwood
Manufactured by: J&J Kohn
six pieces, 80 x 51 x 56 cm
New acquisition

 

Jugendstil Armchair
Otto Wagner (1841-1918)
Vienna, 1906
Original leather
77 x 56 x 58 cm

 

Art Deco Stool

Budapest, 1930s
Nickel-plated iron
Three pieces, h: 58.8 cm

 

Pair of Garden Chairs
Attributed to Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956)
Iron, wood
Two pieces, h: 89 cm, w: 55,5 x 58 cm
Similar design in the Purkersdorf Sanatorium

 

Tubular Relax Chair
Budapest, 1920s
Nickel-plated iron, leather, adjustable back
h: 108 cm, w: 117 x 59 cm

 

Hans Vollmer
Rare Armchair
Vienna, 1902
oak, cane seat
h: 82 cm

 

Set of Four Chairs by Ludwig Kozma (1884-1948)
Manufactured by Budapesti Mûhely (Budapest Workshop 1912-24) ?
Painted wood
four pieces, h: 105.5 cm, w: 49.5 x 47.5 cm

 

Jugendstil Armchair
Vienna, circa 1905
Ebonized hard wood, with mother-of-perl inlay and Wiener Werkstaette "Herbstblatt" upholstery in authentic style
107.5 cm

 

Armchairs by Gustav Siegel (1880-1970)
Vienna, 1901
Manufactured by J. & J. Kohn
Model No.: 717
Bent Beechwood, brass applications
Two pieces, 90 cm
Illustrated in: Giovanni Renzi, Il Mobile moderno - Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, Jacob & Josef Kohn, Milano, 2008, p. 58.

 

Armchair
Attributed to Carl Witzmann (1883-1952)
Vienna, circa 1910
Solid wood with original painting, Wiener Werkstatte upholstery in authentic style
75.5 cm

 

Jugendstil Armchairs
Attributed to Gustav Siegel (1880-1970)
Manufactured by Thonet
Model No.: 6513
ebonized, polished beech
four pieces, 77 cm

 

Decorative Leather Chair
From the headquarters of the Hungarian Writers' Association
Original condition, soused, bent beech, old leather, original copper rivets
93 cm

 

Jugendstil Chair
Designer: circle of Otto Wagner (1841- 1918)
Vienna, circa 1908
Manufactured by Mundus
Lime poroused beech with shellac varnish
95 cm