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Material: Cowhide
Pair of Cowhide Leather Tucroma Armchairs by Guido Faleschini for Mariani, New
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Currently, the most coveted dining chairs by interior designers are 'Tucroma' chairs by Guido Faleschini for i4 Mariani, and we have this incredible pair (2) of Tucroma armchairs...
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2010s Italian Modern Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Steel

Lounge Seating Set, Sofa + Chairs in Cow Hide, Cow Fur, 1970's
Located in Zagreb, HR
Genuine vintage lounge seating set upholstered in cowhide fur from the 1970's. Beautiful 1970's design reminiscent of Jacques Charpentier design. The set consists of a sofa and two chairs. The structure is made of solid wood and foam completely covered in cowhide fur pieces in different textures, colors and patterns stitched together to create a playful patchwork design. The sofa is convertible into a bed. Underneath the removable seating cushion there is a sofa bed metal pull out mechanism with the mattress. Dimensions of the sofa overall width 173.5 cm (68.3 in) overall depth 94 cm (37 in) overall height 74 cm (29.1 in) seat height 42 cm (16.5 in) Dimensions of one chair (2 chairs are in this set) overall width 68 cm (26.8 in) overall depth 94 cm (37 in) overall height 73 cm (28.7 in) seat height 42 cm (16.5 in) Condition: The whole set was very gently used. It was kept in a non-smoking and pet-free place, and it was extremely well maintained. For many years it mostly had a decorative function. The metal pull out sofa bed...
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1970s European Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Sasha Bikoff X Art Hide Faux Bois Customizable Cowhide Dans Le Bois Area Rug
Located in Charlotte, NC
Dans Le Bois is more than just a rug, it's a statement. With its abstract and almost graphic-like subject matter, it truly captures the essence of the 70s. But what sets it apart is ...
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2010s Pakistani Art Deco Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Jewel green Round Trilogia Emerald Customizable Cowhide Area Rug Medium
Located in Charlotte, NC
Literally the (emerald) jewel in the crown, this luscious Trilogia will reinvent and refresh your interior like nothing else. Out of this world and glam on a major scale! Size gui...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pakistani Art Deco Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Gray green blue & light pink customizable Astila Cowhide Area Floor Rug Small
Located in Charlotte, NC
With a touch of timeless retro glam, Art Hide’s Astila skilfully combines luscious natural cowhide tones of natural grey with dyed greys and a bold combined...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pakistani Art Deco Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Teal, Art Deco Inspired Customizable Largo Teal Cowhide Area Floor Rug Small
Located in Charlotte, NC
Offering a fresh take on 1970s opulence, the pattern of Art Hide’s new Largo rug is inspired by bold wallpaper prints of the time in stunning teal tones. Teal is such an incredible f...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pakistani Art Deco Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Cowhide Area Rug in Multiple Colors
Located in New York, NY
A selection of cow hide area rugs in a range of colors. USA, circa 2000. Rug in main photo, in buff shades of off-white and tan, is available for v...
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Late 20th Century American Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Rug & Kilim's Contemporary Cowhide White and Gray Leather Cowhide Rug
Located in Long Island City, NY
Originating from the United States, this contemporary leather cowhide rug has natural white colourways with minimal gray, metallic accents to its hide; a distinct stylistic addition ...
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2010s American Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Pair Modernist Bauhaus Art Deco Basculant LC1 Sling Chairs by Le Corbusier
Located in Topeka, KS
Gorgeous pair of vintage Modernist, Bauhaus, or Art Deco Basculant LC1 Sling Chairs by Le Corbusier. Comprised of chrome plated tubular steel frames, spring seat platforms and back cross straps, black leather arm rest straps, and hair-on cowhide leather upholstery. Beautiful condition, keeping in mind that these are vintage and not new so will have signs of use and wear. There are some worn areas in the hair on the seats and normal cracking in the arm straps, but they are intact. The chrome is in good condition. We have replaced a few of the springs. Please see photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections. Circa, 1950-1970’s. Mooooooove over boring seating… We have an ASTONISHING pair of Basculant LC1 Sling Chairs by Le Corbusier!! They are absolutely stunning and comprised of minimalist chrome plated tubular steel frames, spring seat platform and back cross straps, black leather arm rest straps, and they feature a handsome brown, white, and black multicolored hair-on cowhide leather upholstery. IT. IS. BEAUTIFUL!!! The Le Corbusier Basculant LC1 Sling Chair is the best-known version of the reinterpretation of the British "officers chair"… and now they need to be YOUR chairs. A side note: The owner of our store personally knows that these were purchased pre-owned around 1977, so we know that these chairs were made prior to that date. Probably 1950-1970’s. Thonet was the original manufacturer in the 1930’s and in 1960 Cassina obtained those rights. So even though they are not marked they are most likely Thonet or Cassina. Either way, they are FABULOUS!!! The seats are ergonomic in design with a back angle creating supreme comfort and the clean lines establish a timeless appeal. This pair will blend in beautifully with your other Bauhaus or Art Deco style furnishings or they will make a bold statement on their own. They will be wonderful seating across from the sofa in the living room, as occasional seating in the family room, in your bedroom or dressing area, or facing the fireplace in the study. The captivating combination of the chrome plated tubular steel and the natural cowhide exude warmth and luxury while remaining stylish and functional. These chairs are EXACTLY what the designer ordered!! Le Corbusier was born in 1887 as Charles Edouard Jeanneret and is widely considered the most important Modernist chair designer in France. He began experimenting with furniture design in 1928 after seeing a model apartment designed by the architect Charlotte Perriland whom he invited to join his studio. His cousin Pierre Jeanneret also collaborated on many of his designs and Thonet was the first manufacturer of his designs in the 1930’s. Along with Walter Gropius, Mies Van der Rohe, and Theo Van Doesburg, Le Corbusier was considered the father of Modernism. He created a range of chairs that express his ideas with great sophistication. The Le Corbusier Basculant Chair...
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Mid-20th Century Unknown Bauhaus Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Steel, Chrome

Henning Kjærnulf, Set of 8 "Razorblade" Dining Chairs in Oak & Cowhide, 1960s
Located in Odense, DK
An intriguing and popular sculptural set of 8 classic dining chairs in oak, seats reupholstered in quality black cowhide. Designed by Henning (Henry) Kjærnulf for Nyrup Møbelfabrik -...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Oak

Vintage Cow Hide and Leather Patchwork Throw Pillow Southwest
Located in Dayton, OH
Nine square multi-tone patchwork throw pillow in cow hide fur and leather, filled with small pieces of upholstery foam. Measure: 19".      
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Mid-20th Century Rustic Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

20th Century Louis Vuitton Suitcase In Natural Cow Hide, France c.1910
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A highly unusual and exceptionally rare Louis Vuitton suitcase, originating from the early years of the 20th century, distinguishes itself not with the globally renowned monogram canvas but with a distinctive covering crafted from a singular piece of cowhide. This unique piece represents a special order from Louis Vuitton, showcasing the brand's historical commitment to utilising only the finest hides available. Unlike many of its counterparts, leather trunks and cases of this era often struggle to withstand the test of time, requiring regular treatments to prevent drying and disintegration. Remarkably, this particular example defies the odds, retaining the same supple quality it possessed on the day it first graced the shop floor. This suitcase belongs to Louis Vuitton's collection of "speciality materials," which encompasses a diverse range, including, but not limited to, zinc, copper, crocodile leather, and cow leather. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
Category

20th Century French Other Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Brass

Henning Kjærnulf, Set of 10 "Razorblade" Chairs in Oak & Cowhide, 1960s
Located in Odense, DK
An attractive and popular sculptural set of 10 classic dining chairs in oak, seats reupholstered in great quality brown cowhide. Made by Henning (Henry) Kjærnulf for Nyrup Møbelfabri...
Category

Mid-20th Century Danish Baroque Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Oak, Cowhide

Cow Hide Rug
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Six foot long cowhide rug with beautiful coloring. Please confirm location NY or NJ
Category

20th Century Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

"Mies" Lounge chair with Ottoman by Archizoom Associati, 1960s
Located in Lasne, BE
Metal and camel colored leather lounge chair with cowhide cushion and luminous ottoman by Archizoom Associati. Dimensions Ottoman: H: 31 cm W: 104 cm D: 20 cm. Wear due to time and a...
Category

1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Metal

LC1 Lounge Chair by Le Corbusier, 1980s
Located in Norwalk, CT
The LC1 chair is an icon of modern design, combining functional comfort with an exceptional aesthetic, featuring a tubular steel frame, and this example has black hair on cowhide sta...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Steel

Pair Bauhaus Basculant LC1 Sling Armchairs Le Corbusier Cow Hide Cassina 1960s
Located in Portland, OR
A very good pair of MCM Le Corbusier LC1 sling chairs, by Cassina, 1960's. This iconic design was designed in the Bauhaus through the collaboration of Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perr...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Bauhaus Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Steel, Nickel

Six Foot Cow Hide Rug
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Large cow hide rug measuring over six feet. Beautiful style for your modern or rustic style home. Please confirm location NY or NJ
Category

20th Century Rustic Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Modern Chrome Frame X-Frame Metal Stool with Cowhide Upholstery
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Modern Chrome Frame X-Frame Metal Stool with Cowhide Upholstery. Item features cowhide upholstery (with damage), metal chrome x-frame, clean modernist lines, great style and form. Ci...
Category

Late 20th Century Modern Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Chrome

Vintage Teak and Cowhide Lounge Chair by Larsen and Madsen for Pontoppidan
Located in Salt Lake City, UT
Easy/lounge chair by Ejner Larsen and Axel Bender Madsen. Teak and upholstered in a single cowhide. Great condition with new foam and upholstery and great vintage patina on the solid...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Teak

Niels van Eijk “Cow” Chair
By Niels van Eijk
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Artist/Designer: Niels van Eijk (Dutch, b. 1970); Droog Additional Information: Each “Cow” chair is unique, consisting of a single, untreated cowhide. Marking(s); notes: branded st...
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21st Century and Contemporary Dutch Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Pair Custom Cowhide and Smooth Black Leather French Louis XV Bergere Chairs
Located in Swedesboro, NJ
This is a superb and extremely expensive custom-made pair of 1940s era French Louis XV or Country French open arm bergere chairs. They are upholstered in natural cowhide and natural ...
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1940s French French Provincial Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather, Walnut

Carl-Axel Acking "Trienna" Armchair in Oak & Cow Hide Produced in Sweden, 1950s
Located in Stockholm, SE
Very rare mid century "Trienna" armchair by Carl-Axel Acking produced by Nordiska Kompaniet Sweden, 1950s. The oak frame is in great condition with a nice matching and unique cowhide...
Category

1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Oak

Cowhide & Chrome Lounge Chair
Located in Dallas, TX
A simply designed relaxed lounge chair is taken to a new level - this piece creates a thought-provoking juxtaposition with its angular chrome base and hair-on-hide leather. This stat...
Category

2010s Italian Modern Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Stainless Steel

Mid Century Le Corbusier "LC 4" Chaise Lounge with Cowhide by Cassina, 1960s
Located in Stockholm, SE
Rare mid century LC4 chaise lounge chair by Le Corbusier with cowhide and black lacquered sliding base. In good original condition. Signed and...
Category

1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Steel, Metal

20th Century Louis Vuitton Cow Hide Suitcase, France c.1920
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A highly unusual and exceptionally rare Louis Vuitton suitcase, originating from the early years of the 20th century, distinguishes itself not with the globally renowned monogram canvas but with a distinctive covering crafted from a singular piece of cowhide. This unique piece represents a special order from Louis Vuitton, showcasing the brand's historical commitment to utilizing only the finest hides available. Unlike many of its counterparts, leather trunks and cases of this era often struggle to withstand the test of time, requiring regular treatments to prevent drying and disintegration. Remarkably, this particular example defies the odds, retaining the same supple quality it possessed on the day it first graced the shop floor. This suitcase belongs to Louis Vuitton's collection of "speciality materials," which encompasses a diverse range, including, but not limited to, zinc, copper, crocodile leather, and cow leather. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
Category

20th Century French Other Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Brass

Stunning blonde cowhide leather wing chair
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this warm-colored blonde wing chair finished with decorative nails. This pearl has an unsurpassed expressive color and a beautiful patina. The armchair has beautiful divi...
Category

20th Century Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

20th Century Louis Vuitton Cow Hide Suitcase, France c.1920
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
A highly unusual and exceptionally rare Louis Vuitton suitcase, originating from the early years of the 20th century, distinguishes itself not with the globally renowned monogram canvas but with a distinctive covering crafted from a singular piece of cowhide. This unique piece represents a special order from Louis Vuitton, showcasing the brand's historical commitment to utilizing only the finest hides available. Unlike many of its counterparts, leather trunks and cases of this era often struggle to withstand the test of time, requiring regular treatments to prevent drying and disintegration. Remarkably, this particular example defies the odds, retaining the same supple quality it possessed on the day it first graced the shop floor. This suitcase belongs to Louis Vuitton's collection of "speciality materials," which encompasses a diverse range, including, but not limited to, zinc, copper, crocodile leather, and cow leather. A brief history about Louis Vuitton trunks: Louis Vuitton was born in 1821 to a farmer and milliner and came from a long-established working-class family in eastern France. Vuitton grew up understanding the effects of perseverance and a strong work ethic from watching his family. At the age of 16, he made the decision to walk 292 miles from his hometown to Paris to try and make a new life for himself. When he arrived the city was in the midst of industrialization with current modes of transportation evolving quickly allowing for longer journeys. With this came the need for sturdy travel pieces. Vuitton was taken as an apprentice for a successful box maker and packer named Monsieur Marechal. He learned to craft durable containers and how to pack them properly – a well-respected profession at the time.In 1854, years after he had mastered his craft and became well respected for it, Vuitton ventured out on his own to open a shop on Rue Neuve des Capucines. It was here that he began to establish himself as a luggage maker. Then, in 1858, Vuitton designed the first Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. At the time trunks had rounded tops to allow for water to run off but this did not allow for convenient stowage. Vuitton introduced a flat, yet waterproof, trunk that was easily stackable. The first of his trunks were outfitted with a grey canvas referred to as Trianon – it wouldn’t be until several decades later that the signature monogram would be introduced. With a burgeoning business, Vuitton moved his family and workplace to Asniere, where he employed twenty workers to craft his trunks. By 1900 he would have 100 employees, and in 1914 the company would more than double in size. After years of success, Vuitton began to experiment with the design of his luggage by introducing a new striped canvas pattern (1876) and later the still well-known Damier print (1888). The hand-painted patterns were developed to prevent counterfeits. Even in the late 1800s, Louis Vuitton was enough of a status symbol to warrant counterfeiting. In 1886, his son George invented and patented an ingenious locking system that made it impossible to pick the lock of their trunks. This lock is still used today. 1892 would prove to be a time of mourning for the family as Louis Vuitton passed...
Category

20th Century French Other Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Brass

Cowhide LC1 armchairs by Le Corbusier for Cassina, 1970s
Located in Lasne, BE
Armchair in cowhide and metal frame by Le Corbusier. Stamped Le Corbusier. Seat height: 39 cm. Wear due to time and age of the armchair.
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1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Metal

Beautifully colored spacious Chesterfield armchair
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this beautiful cow leather Chesterfield armchair in a deep brown color! This well-fitting and deeply colored armchair has a beautiful padded seat and a striking brown col...
Category

20th Century English Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

Chesterfield button seat sofa full of allure, 3 seater
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this wonderfully seated patinated antique cowhide 3-seater Chesterfield sofa with an amazing appearance due to its patina. This Chesterfiel...
Category

Early 20th Century English Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

Charming green Chesterfield button seat armchair made of cowhide leather
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this green cowhide Chesterfield armchair full of character and appearance. This armchair has a good look and feel and the combination of the cowhide leather, the design a...
Category

20th Century English Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

A Pair of Late 20th Century Cow Hide Ottomans/ Footstools.
Located in Miami, FL
A Pair of Late 20th Century Cow Hide Ottomans/ Footstools. Cube shaped ottomans upholstered with a premium quality real cowhide In excellent original...
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Early 20th Century Unknown Rustic Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Zebra Pattern Mirror Made From Cowhide
Located in Tarrytown, NY
Zebra pattern cowhide mirror. A nick in hide as shown in picture.
Category

2010s Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Beautiful colored red spacious cow leather Chesterfield sofa, 2.5 seater
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this wonderfully sitting, vividly colored cowhide 2.5/3 seat Chesterfield sofa. This deeply colored red Chesterfield sofa has a padde...
Category

Late 20th Century English Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

Unique green cowhide leather wing chair
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this green wing chair with character and comfort. Do you have a corner in your home where this wing chair, with its beautiful green color,...
Category

Late 20th Century Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

Pierre Jeanneret Sofa Chair PJ-SI-36-A / Authentic Mid-Century Modern Chandigarh
Located in Zürich, CH
This iconic piece of furniture with its characteristic A-shaped profile is a rare classic of history. Through its sophisticated proportions and its elegant shape, the chair represent...
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Mid-20th Century Indian Modern Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Teak

Sergio Rodrigues Six Dining Chairs in Wood and Tan Cowhide, Brazil, 1960s
Located in New York, NY
Sergio Rodrigues (1927–2014) A striking set of six modernist dining chairs by Carioca design pioneer Sérgio Rodrigues, in hardwood upholstered in unshaved caramel-colored cowhide. T...
Category

1950s Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Hardwood

Dazzling old Chesterfield sofa full of allure, 3 seater
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this wonderfully comfortable cowhide 3-seater Chesterfield sofa with an amazing appearance due to its patina and design. This beautiful Chesterfield filled with horsehair...
Category

Late 20th Century English Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

LC4 Lounge Chair by Le Corbusier for Cassina, 1984
Located in Lasne, BE
LC4 lounge chair in foalhide, leather and metal. Stamped LC4 and Cassina. Seat height: 28 cm. Wear due to time and age of the chair.
Category

1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Metal

Sergio Rodrigues: Set of 4 Cuiaba Dining Chairs in Caviona and Hide, Brazil 1985
Located in New York, NY
Sergio Rodrigues (1927 - 2014) A set of four Cuiaba dining chairs by Sergio Rodrigues, in caviona wood upholstered in cream-colored cowhide. The chairs' geometric form rests on a p...
Category

1980s Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Hardwood

MATTHES, CARL EDWARD (1915), sillón modelo 33, diseño del siglo XX
Located in MADRID, ES
MATTHES, CARL EDWARD (1915), Sillón "Modelo 33", Dinamarca, estructura, asiento y respaldo de teca con su tapizado ORIGINAL de cuero negro. Al x An x Pr: 71/65/70 cm, altura del asi...
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20th Century Danish Minimalist Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Teak

Civil War-Era Side Drum, Made by George Kilbourn, 1859
Located in Colorado Springs, CO
Presented is an original Civil War-era side drum with a pair of wooden drumsticks. This is a rope tension drum with a wooden body, ropes, and leather tabs. An iron tack pattern surro...
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1850s American American Classical Antique Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Iron

1960s Oversized Bergere And Ottoman Upholstered In Zebra Pattern Cowhide
Located in Tarrytown, NY
1960s carved wood oversized bergere and ottoman upholstered in zebra pattern cowhide.
Category

1960s Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Wood

Italian Cherry Wood Lounge Chairs with Foot Stools in Dark Cowhide, Italy 1950s
Located in Utrecht, NL
Crafted in Italy during the 1950s, this pair of Italian cherry wood lounge chairs with foot stools embodies the essence of mid-century modern design, seamlessly blending organic eleg...
Category

1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Cherry

Clavijero Lounge Chair, Rosa Morada Wood
Located in Zapopan, Jalisco
Simple lines and noble materials define Clavijero, a lounge chair and bench. Made by hand using traditional carpentry techniques, these two pieces are created for conversation, readi...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide

Sturdy jeans blue English cowhide leather Chesterfield armchair
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this sturdy jeans blue English full-grain leather Chesterfield armchair. 'Timeless with a contemporary edge' is how we'd describe this chair. The typical appearance of a C...
Category

1980s Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

Comfortable 2.5-seater Chesterfield sofa crafted from quality cowhide leather
Located in Harderwijk, NL
This Chesterfield sofa features a button-tufted back, distinctive rounded armrests, and boasts a rich color and patina. The timeless Chesterfield style remains appealing to many, and...
Category

1970s Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

Clavijero Lounge Chair, Black Finished Oak Wood
Located in Zapopan, Jalisco
Simple lines and noble materials define Clavijero, a lounge chair and bench. Made by hand using traditional carpentry techniques, these two pieces are created for conversation, readi...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Oak

Clavijero Bench, Black Finished Oak Wood
Located in Zapopan, Jalisco
Simple lines and noble materials define Clavijero, a bench. Made by hand using traditional carpentry techniques, these two pieces are created for conversation, reading, rest, and con...
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Oak

Stylish English jeans blue 2-seater cowhide leather Chesterfield sofa
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this incredibly cool and contemporary jeans blue cowhide leather Chesterfield sofa made in England. "Timeless with a contemporary edge"...
Category

1980s Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

Sturdy English Chesterfield armchair made of cowhide leather
Located in Harderwijk, NL
Offered is this robust yet elegant English Chesterfield armchair. This brown Chesterfield armchair exudes classic English charm. Its charac...
Category

1970s British Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Cowhide, Leather

Early MR10 Chair by Mies van der Rohe
Located in Chicago, IL
For knoll, tagged and freshly reupholstered in Brazilian cowhide
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Metal

Cowhide LC1 armchairs by Le Corbusier for Cassina, 1970s
Located in Lasne, BE
Chair in black cowhide and metal frame by Le Corbusier. Stamped Le Corbusier. Seat height: 40 cm. Wear due to time and age of the chairs.
Category

1970s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Metal

Cestone Sofa by Antonio Citterio for Flexform, Italy, Showroom Sample
Located in Antwerp, BE
Cestone three-seater sofa designed in 2008 by Antonio Citterio for Flexform, an embodiment of authentic Italian craftsmanship. This showroom model, designed to command attention and ...
Category

2010s Italian Modern Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Metal

Wassily Cowhide 2 Armchair
Located in Paris, FR
Armchair Wassily cowhide 2 black and white, covered with treated natural cowhide, with polished stainless steel structure. Exceptional piece.
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Stainless Steel

19th Century Burmese Anglo Indian Carved High Back Side Chair
Located in Norwich, GB
Superb 19th Century Burmese/Anglo Indian lavishly hand carved Padouk wood high back side chair. Circa 1880. Delivery is INCLUDED in the price for all areas in MAINLAND England & Wal...
Category

19th Century Asian Anglo-Indian Antique Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Leather, Cowhide, Padouk

Design Within Reach Le Corbusier Cowhide Chaise Longue
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Cowhide and chrome LC4 chaise lounge with black metal base and black leather bolster pillow and straps. Designed by Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier for Cassina. ...
Category

1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Cowhide Furniture

Materials

Chrome

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