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(via It’s Nice That : Furniture Design: Kyuhyung Cho and Erik Olovsson just reinvented the humble shelving unit)

When the sun is shining, ya can’t beat a picnic in the park or by the sea. Give your day out a Retro twist with this very cool 1950’s traveling picnic table and basket.

The table is by Gladlyn, and the patented design turns a neat suitcase into a handy table. The basket is molded plastic, and the contents are as new, and unused.

Table: 77w x 36d x 50h cm approx.

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A very cool Ercol blonde Windsor armchair, and it has just landed at Retrorumage HQ.

The cushions have been re-foamed, and covered in an on trend check fabric,

Condition report: * The frame shows some age related wear, mainly to the arms but is otherwise sturdy with no cracks to the wood. The cushions have been freshly re-upholstered. Overall the chair is in good vintage condition. - 7/10

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Plastic modular furniture designed in the late 1960’s, and on into the 70’s is highly sought after by the design savvy people, and collectors of MCM design. Many of the pieces designed during this period find their provenance in Italy, and are attributed to some of the greatest designers of the era.

The Bacco modular mobile bar above was designed by Sergio Mazza in the late 60’s. The idea behind the piece was to offer a bar that was, compact mobile, and aesthetically pleasing. The module holds six bottles, glasses, and has a sunken ice well. The plastic finish makes it ideal for indoor and outdoor use.

42h x 61w x 61d cm

Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

The warm spell is set to continue, and we will all be looking for ways to keep cool.

A vintage desk fan will not only keep the temperature down, it will brighten up any work space
- 1960’s French desk fan - 18cm high approx.
- 1960’s Pifco red desk fan - 19cm high approx. (includes original box)

Vintage storage jars are so versatile. These ones are tall and slim, and perfect for serving cocktails at a summer dinner party.

Dimensions: 19cm high approx.

Just in at HQ is this fine 1960’s office clerks desk. It has excellent proportions, with ample leg room, and a bank of three drawers on the right, with original handles. The top retains it’s original green vinyl finish.

* Condition report - The desk shows signs of age related wear, with some marks to the veneer, and vinyl top. Overall the piece is in good vintage condition. 7/10

Dimensions: 128w x 66d x 77h cm approx.

For viewing details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

A four drawer vintage cabinet/sideboard designed in the late 1960’s. Original button handles, with the addition of a set of black haripin legs.

40d x 121w x 69h cm approx.

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A rare a very sought after pair of 1960’s chest of drawers, designed by John & Sylvia Reid for Stag. They were part of the Stag UK C range and are finished in a dark walnut veneer, with black edging, and legs.

Dimensions: 76w x 46d x 74h cm approx.

For viewing details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

This is a wonderful piece of early G-plan furniture, which proves how something well deigned can stand the test of time. It is an early 1960’s corner storage module, with a retractable drawer, which turns the piece from a cabinet into a compact desk.67d (97d open) x 94h x 84wPaul retrorumage@gmail.com

This is a wonderful piece of early G-plan furniture, which proves how something well deigned can stand the test of time. It is an early 1960’s corner storage module, with a retractable drawer, which turns the piece from a cabinet into a compact desk.

67d (97d open) x 94h x 84w

Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

This very classy early 20th century rise and fall French ceiling light, makes it’s debut in Indigo & Cloth from tomorrow Monday 24th.  it comes complete with it’s original porcelain counter weight, ceiling fixture and pulley wheels. The shade is a hand blown milk glass shade, and the whole fitting has been upgraded with a modern vintage style braided cable. Paul retrorumage@gmail.com #indigo&cloth

This very classy early 20th century rise and fall French ceiling light, makes it’s debut in Indigo & Cloth from tomorrow Monday 24th.

it comes complete with it’s original porcelain counter weight, ceiling fixture and pulley wheels. The shade is a hand blown milk glass shade, and the whole fitting has been upgraded with a modern vintage style braided cable.

Paul retrorumage@gmail.com #indigo&cloth