Kairos Picks

Each week the Kairos Editoral team pick out their favourite pieces.
  1. Set of Three 1960s Estelle and Erwine Laverne Planters
  2. Antique Bolection Marble Fireplace Mantel
  3.  Pair of Mid-Century Table Lamps
  4. Frits Henningsen Sofa, circa 1930-1950
  5. Niels Otto Moller 1962 Rosewood Carver with Leather Cord
  6. Frits Henningsen Cognac-Color Leather Armchair in Original Condition
  7. Ejnar Larsen & Bender Madsen Teak and Cane Chair Made by Willy Beck
  8. Midcentury Coffee Table Live Edge Olive Wood Trestle Rustic Primitive French
  9. Evviva II' Unique Glass Art Work by Marco and Mattia Salvadore
  10. Pair of PK-22 Black Leather Lounge Chairs by Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen
  13.  Sconce Serge Mouille Applique Model "One Rotating Straight Arm" Black or White
  14. Pair of Sculptural Gold Flaked Murano Glass Vases by Sergio Costantini, Signed
  15.  Pierre Guariche Armchairs by Meurop, 10 Pcs
  16.  Stunning Pair of Bentwood Armchairs by Jan Vaněk for Up Zavodny, Czechoslovakia
  17.  Rare Stilnovo Modernist Brass Table or Desk Light
  18. Set of Four Large Candlesticks
  19. Antique Sadeli Ware Box, Anglo-Indian, Jewellery, Late 19th Century
  20. Desk Lamp by Louis Kalff for Philips, 1950s
  21.  Pair of Italian Bedside Tables with Light Green Glass Top, 1950s
  22.  Set of 4 Italian Iron and Teak Dining Chairs, 1950s
  23.  Sciolari Chrome Wall Sconce, 1970s
  24.  Small Wall-Mounted Mirror with Decorative Glass and Brass Frame, European
  25. Pair of Gilt Bronze Genet et Michon Lamps with Original Shades
  26. Pair of Art Deco Industrial Lamps with Bronze Finish
  27. Edwardian Mahogany Coaching-Campaign Table
  28.  Mid-Century Modern Italian Burnished Iron Palm Tree Sculpture, 1970s
  29. Richard Platt (1918 - 2017)
  30. H. W Klein Credenza, Fumed Oak, Brahmin 1960s
  31. 50cm Square Monogrammed Cushion - Antique French White on White Embroidered 'R' on Linen
  32. Huge Vintage Golden Palm Tree Floor Lamp by Hans Kögl, 1980s
  33. One of a pair of lounge chairs, Italy, 1950s
  34. Kai Kristiansen Teak Entry Chest, Fm Møbler, 1960s
  35. Danish Midcentury Rosewood Table, Double Extending
  36. Large Breche Violette Marble Bolection Fireplace Mantel
  37. Pair of Arne Jacobsen Swan Chairs for Fritz Hansen
  38. Tobia scarpa Pigreco dining chairs, set of 6, 1970s
  39. Vintage wrought iron coffee table by René Drouet
  40. Pair of Italian Sand Velvet and Black Iron Armchairs
  41.  Fully Restored 1950s Italian model Du22 Armchairs by Gastone Rinaldi for Rima
  42.  1950s Italian Velvet Lounge Chairs by I.S.A. Bergamo
  43. Italian Wheat Sheaf Wall Sconces in Gilt Metal, 1960s, Set of 2
  44. Pair of Venini wall lights by Tomaso Buzzi
  45. Vintage Brazilian Cowhide Rocking Chair, 1950s
  46. Vintage Brass Artichoke Ice Bucket by Hans Turnwald, 1980s
  47. Vintage Faux Bamboo Étagère in Brass and Leather, 1950s
  48. Vintage Italian Desk Lamp or Floor Lamp, 1950s
  49. Vintage 3 Arm Jielde Industrial Floor Lamp, 1950s
  50. Vintage Multi-Color Sputnik Chandelier, 1950s
  51. Large Yellow Ceramic Table Lamp, 1960s
  52. Vintage Faux Bamboo Side Table by Maison Baguès, 1950s
  53. Vintage Italian Diabolo Table Lamp, 1950s
  54. Pair of Mario Ceroli Fratina chairsMobili Nella Valle, Italy 1972
  55. Brass Wall Lamp by Norwegian Astra in the 1950s
  56. Dining Chair by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen for Søborg Møbelfabrik, 1956
  57. High Quality Handwoven Danish Tapestry from the 1980s
  58. Rosewood Severin Hansen Nesting Tables by Haslev Møbelsnedkeri in Denmark
  59. A Pair Of Regency Oak Hall Chairs In The Manner Of Gillows
The Edit
The Edit

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The Tastemakers
The Tastemakers

James McWhirter has been running his unique Langton Street business for over 25 years, dealing in charming furniture and art from the 18th century to the present day. We caught up with James to discuss what he loves about his job, where he does his sourcing and why he doesn't believe that restoration is always the answer.