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Adolf Loos Armchair, Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Leather Brass Velvet, Austria, 1930
By Adolf Loos, Friedrich Otto Schmidt
Located in Austria, AT
A gorgeous and extremely rare Adolf Loos armchair manufactured by Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Vienna, circa 1930. It is made of a solid walnut wood frame with a loose seat chusion cover...
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1930s Austrian Art Deco Vintage Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Brass

Original Adolf Loos Haberfeld Table Variation, Art Deco, Jugendstil, Secession
By Woka Lamps, Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Adolf Loos
Located in Vienna, AT
Designed by Adolf Loos in circa 1902, turned hardwood and softwood frame on multiple legs, with walnut veneer and polished finish, brass edged top and brass sabots, height c. 74 cm, ...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Jugendstil Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Brass

Original and Documented Jugendstil Adolf Loos Chair 20th Century 1907
By Adolf Loos, Woka Lamps, Friedrich Otto Schmidt
Located in Vienna, AT
Chair from the antechamber of the Rudolf Kraus apartment, brother of Karl Kraus, the famous wordsmith. This Apartment in Vienna 1, Nibelungengasse 13, was presented by Adolf Loos on ...
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Beech

Large Antique Desk Art Nouveau Style Attributed to Adolf Loos for FO Schmidt
By Miksa Schmidt, Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Adolf Loos
Located in Budapest, HU
This large writing desk was manufactured by Miksa Schmidt in the Budapest branch of the Viennese company Friedrich Otto Schmidt. Miksa Schmidt produced furniture using French and Eng...
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Early 1900s Hungarian Art Nouveau Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Brass

Adolf Loos F.O. Schmidt 1898-1900 Jugendstil Corner Chair
By Adolf Loos, Friedrich Otto Schmidt
Located in Brescia, IT
Extremely rare corner armchair designed by Adolf Loos (1870-1933) Manufactured by Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Vienna, Austria, circa 1900. Very good condition Seat in excellent con...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Jugendstil Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Straw, Wood

Adolf Loos Round Haberfeld Table
By Adolf Loos, Friedrich Otto Schmidt
Located in Wien, AT
Adolf Loos used this model for the first time in 1899 in the home of Dr. Hugo Haberfeld. Executed by Friedrich Otto Schmidt. Solid mahogany and veneer, legs solid nut, professional...
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1890s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Copper

Adolf Loos Six-Legged 'Haberfeld' Table, F.O. Schmidt, Brass Wood, Austria, 1899
By Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Adolf Loos
Located in Austria, AT
A fantastic and extremely rare 'Haberfeld' table with six legs manufactured by Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Vienna, in 1900s. It is made of walnut stained wood with brass shoes and a bra...
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Early 1900s Austrian Art Deco Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Brass

Large Hungarian Antique Cabinet Attributed to Adolf Loos for FO Schmidt
By Miksa Schmidt, Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Adolf Loos
Located in Budapest, HU
This large, beautiful bookcase was manufactured by Miksa Schmidt in the Budapest branch of the Viennese company Friedrich Otto Schmidt. Miksa Schmidt produced furniture using French ...
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Early 1900s Hungarian Art Nouveau Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Brass

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Adolf Loos Six-Legged 'Haberfeld' Table, F.O. Schmidt, Brass Wood, Austria, 1899
By Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Adolf Loos
Located in Austria, AT
A fantastic and extremely rare 'Haberfeld' table with six legs manufactured by Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Vienna, in 1900s. It is made of walnut stained wood with brass shoes and a bra...
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Early 1900s Austrian Art Deco Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Brass

Set of Six Adolf Loos Chairs Cafe Capua Vienna, Austria, Thonet, 1913
By Adolf Loos, Thonet
Located in Austria, AT
A set of six fantastic and extremely rare Adolf Loos chairs manufactured by Thonet. Adolf Loos adopted this chair model inspired by 18th century Windsor chairs and used it for the C...
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Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Beech, Bentwood

Set of Ten Adolf Loos Chairs Cafe Capua Vienna, Austria, Thonet, 1913
By Adolf Loos, Thonet
Located in Austria, AT
A set of ten fantastic and extremely rare Adolf Loos chairs manufactured by Thonet. Adolf Loos adopted this chair model inspired by 18th century Windsor chairs and used it for the C...
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Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Bentwood, Beech

Pair of Adolf Loos Armchairs Chairs Cafe Capua Vienna, Thonet, 1913
By Adolf Loos, Thonet
Located in Austria, AT
A pair of fantastic and extremely rare Adolf Loos armchairs manufactured by Thonet. Adolf Loos adopted this chair model inspired by 18th century Windsor chairs and used it for the Ca...
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Beech, Bentwood

Pair of Josef Frank Armchairs A 752, Wood Cane, Thonet, Austria, 1930s
By Josef Frank, Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH
Located in Austria, AT
A set of two chairs model 'Kaminfauteuil A 752' (engl. fireplace armchair) designed by Josef Frank and manufactured by Thonet, Vienna, Austria, circa 1930. The chairs are in excelle...
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1930s Austrian Art Deco Vintage Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Cane, Beech

Pair of Roland Rainer Chairs Armchairs Cafe Ritter Cognac Leather Austria, 1950s
By Roland Rainer Emil & Alfred Pollack, Roland Rainer
Located in Austria, AT
A set of two midcentury lounge chairs designed by Roland Rainer for the Cafe Ritter in Vienna, Austria, in 1952 and manufactured by Emil & Alfred Pollak. The chairs are in excellent...
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1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Leather, Wood

Set of Four Carl Auböck Chairs A7, Walnut Wood Velvet, Austria, 1950s
By Carl Auböck, Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in Austria, AT
A set of four dining room or side chairs model A7 by Carl Auböck, Vienna, Austria, manufactured in midcentury, circa 1950. The chairs are made of warm toned walnut wood. The seats a...
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1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Wood, Velvet, Walnut

Pair of Johannes Spalt Lounge Chairs Armchairs by Wittmann, Austria, 1960s
By Johannes Spalt, Wittmann
Located in Austria, AT
A pair of club chairs with black steel, black faux leather and a fabric in a warm cognac / golden / ocher / mustard yellow tone designed by Johannes Spalt for Wittmann, Austria. The ...
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1960s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Metal

Chair Johannes Spalt 'Constanze', Black Leather Wood Teak, Austria, 1960s
By Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Wittmann, Johannes Spalt
Located in Austria, AT
A tufted patinated leather chair from the 'Constanze' (engl. Constance) series designed by Prof. Johannes Spalt for Wittmann, Austria, manufactured in midcentury, circa 1960. Johann...
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1960s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Leather, Teak, Wood

Roland Rainer Chairs Armchairs Cafe Ritter, New Upholstered Velours Velvet, 1952
By Roland Rainer Emil & Alfred Pollack, Roland Rainer
Located in Austria, AT
A pair of midcentury lounge chairs designed by Roland Rainer for the Cafe Ritter in Vienna, Austria, in 1950s and manufactured by Emil & Alfred Pollak. The chairs are in excellent co...
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1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Velvet, Wood

Pair of Roland Rainer Lounge Chairs Armchairs Cafe Ritter, Velvet Wood, 1950s
By Roland Rainer Emil & Alfred Pollack, Roland Rainer
Located in Austria, AT
A pair of midcentury lounge chairs designed by Roland Rainer for the Cafe Ritter in Vienna, Austria, in 1952 and manufactured by Emil & Alfred Pollak. The chairs are in very good con...
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1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Beech, Wood, Velvet

Marcel Kammerer Settee Bench Seat, Thonet Austria, Turquoise Green Leather, 1910
By Thonet, Josef Hoffmann, Marcel Kammerer
Located in Austria, AT
A fantastic settee designed by Marcel Kammerer and manufactured by Thonet, Austria, circa 1910. It is made of dark or almost black stained beech wood in mahogany tone and French pol...
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Early 1900s Austrian Vienna Secession Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Leather, Bentwood, Beech

Previously Available Items
Friedrich Otto Schmidt Austria Armchair Baroque Style Gold Carved Flower, 1880
By Friedrich Otto Schmidt
Located in Vienna, AT
Armchair by Friedrich Otto Schmidt, the famous Viennese workshop which made also some items for the Wiener Werkstatte. The chair was made between 1880 - 1920. Wooden frame, lacquere...
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1890s Austrian Baroque Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

Materials

Giltwood

Adolf Loos Corner Chairs, F.O. Schmidt, Velvet Wood, Jugendstil, 1898-1900, Pair
By Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Adolf Loos
Located in Austria, AT
A pair of extremely rare corner armchairs designed by Adolf Loos (1870-1933) and manufactured by Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Vienna, Austria, circa 1900. The condition is very good. The...
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture

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Wood, Velvet

Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Friedrich Otto Schmidt furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of wood and designed with extraordinary care. In our Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture collection, there are many options to choose from, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. In-stock we have 8 vintage editions of these items, while there is also 0 modern edition to choose from. Many original furniture by Friedrich Otto Schmidt were created in Europe during the 20th century in the Art Nouveau style. Many customers also consider Furniture by Prag-Rudniker Korbwaren-Fabrication, Joseph Maria Olbrich and Otto Prutscher if you are looking for additional options. Friedrich Otto Schmidt Furniture prices can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. Price for these items starts at $7,665 and tops out at $29,000, while pieces like these can sell for $22,152 on average.