Our Warehouse

Lane beside Donore Avenue Credit Union, Ruttledge Terrace, Donore Avenue, Dublin 8.

OPEN
By appointment. Please phone or email.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

ANGLEPOISE DESK LAMPS




 Top is the Anglepoise Model 99 and below the ever popular Model 90.  We have several of each in stock at the moment.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Vintage Architects Drawing Board & T Square

Architect's wooden drawing board on tubular steel stand.  Originally belonged to Hammersmith College of Art, London
Has ebony edge on left to suit T square. Angle of board can be adjusted



Original 'Rocket Age' Desk Fan SOLD

This cast iron desk fan weighs a ton and looks like something from the set of a Flash Gordon movie.  It has the rare feature of three rubber blades so no need for an ugly blade guard. SOLD

PAIR OF 60s ERCOL No. 203 'WINDSOR' LOUNGE CHAIRS SOLD


A 20th century design classic and widely regarded as the best arm chair Ercol have ever produced…..The ‘Windsor’ Lounge chair model no:203 made entirely from solid elm. SOLD

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

DANISH BRAMIN SIDEBOARD SOLD

 Unmistakably "Bramin" of Denmark, designed by "H.W. Klein". Probably the most popular model on the current vintage market, the sideboard is as distinctive and stylish now as it was in the 60's. Long and low with tight, neatly curved corners and edges, the sideboard is a weighty, full bodied piece. A fine example of 60's Danish design

1960s Three Piece Suite SOLD

Still in it's original golden upholstery this classic three piece suite is free from any rips, stains or signs of wear and tear.    

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

G Plan Nest

Coming very soon is the classic nest of teak tables by G Plan.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Pair of Crannac Lounge Chairs SOLD

These low-slung 1960s lounge chairs are really comfortable and extremely stylish.  When we saw them first we assumed they were Danish.  They are actually a fine example of Irish mid century design for John Hogg & Co.  SOLD

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Mini pug + mini Eames

Great photo from a great website http://www.chairblog.eu/