1960′s Irish made McIntosh Dining Setting

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A magnificent retro designer dining setting. Made entirely of British blackwood, this rare Irish made dining setting is one of the best examples of the eames inspired era of minimalist furniture.

Restored with modern white vinyl creating an amazing contrast to the blackwood.

ITEM SOLD – $2000

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About unodesmoda

Hi, My name is Marsel. I like making custom projects and restoring antique wares. My items are for sale here at my blog. Feel free to call me or send me an email if you are interrested in one or more of my items.
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3 Responses to 1960′s Irish made McIntosh Dining Setting

  1. Zane Budman says:

    I have a UK Strand pattern 123 late 50’s early 60’s that I am restoring, but my lens is chipped around the edges. It will do the trick but I am curious. Do you have spares in good condition that you sell. If so, how much?. What make of tripod do you use. They look like “Miller’s”.. Very beautiful work you folks do.
    Thanks for your time.

    • unodesmoda says:

      Hi Zane,

      I have the same problem with the lenses. I used to get new lenses from Capricorn Lighting in the City before they closed. There are a few Gaffers in Melbourne who can supply you new after market lenses for these lamps.

      Regards
      Marsel.

  2. Zane Budman says:

    Thank you very much.. I’ll look them up.

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