7 timeless design finds from the Green Friday Sale

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Pamono’s first annual Green Friday Sale has just launched, offering 100s of deals on vintage and contemporary design and art for your home. And the best part? With each purchase, Pamono will plant a tree. The sale is so big that there’s surely something for every taste. But here are 7 great finds that are, in our view, timeless beauties at a really great price.


Vintage Bentwood Three-Seater Sofa from TON, 1980s

Since the 1860s, TON has been hand-bending wood furniture in Bystřice pod Hostýnem, a charming small town in the Czech Republic. You don’t find this TON three-seater sofa very often. The design may be out of production, but its sleek silhouette is as timeless as the company itself.


Vintage Handmade Indian Seraband Rug, 1980s

It doesn’t get more classic than this hand-knotted rug. It features a time-honored paisley pattern in go-with-everything earth tones. With quality so high, this is a real steal.


Midcentury Italian Brass Wall Lamp, 1950s

Italy has excelled at lighting design for as long as electric lighting has been around. This midcentury design epitomizes the nation’s penchant for creating functional fixtures with exceptional style. It’s wall mounted, adjustable, and fabulous.


Model OS29 Sideboard by Arne Vodder for Sibast Møbelfabrik, 1950s

Denmark, on the other hand, has produced the world’s finest, most sought-after wood sideboards—and Danish designer Arne Vodder was truly a master of the genre. Rarely offered in rosewood, this piece will last forever and look good all the while. Bonus: it comes with reversible front panels; wood on one side, yellow and white on the other.


Belgian Female Portrait Oil Painting by Franz Gailliard, ca. 1900

It’s said that Gilded Age Belgian artist Franz Gaillard was friends with the legendary James Abbott McNeill Whistler, and we can see the influence in this portrait. The facial features of this fashionable lady are well rendered and sensuous, while the details of her finery has a rather impressionistic quality. But most of all we love the look on her face. It’s a mood.


Crystal Tumblers by Rudolf Eschler for Moser Karlsbad, 1930s

Moser  is considered one of the most luxurious glass manufacturers from the world’s glass capital, Bohemia, present day Czech Republic. This set of tumblers are rainbow hued with a Bauhaus vibe. What a beautifully timeless way to elevate the everyday.


Carry on Tea Break Print by Larry Ellis

In the 1960s and ‘70s, British showbiz photographer Larry Ellis captured candid moments of the most beloved stars of the day—including the Beatles. This shot of British actors Sid James, Kenneth Williams, and Patsy Rowlands is a delight; sure to put a smile on your face everytime you see it.


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