Seven-Section Leather Patchwork Sofa by De Sede

Seven-section leather sectional sofa by De Sede, circa early 1970s. This all original example is composed of hand-stitched sections of patinated leather. The leather has quite a bit of patina and can be redone or enjoyed in its current state.

4 De Sede Leather Club Chairs

4 hand stitched leather club chairs by De Sede circa early 1970’s. These fine all original examples have beautifully broken in charcoal leather and French seaming on the seats backs and sides. These can be sold as pairs or as a set of four. Price listed is all four chairs.

Early Stendig DS600 Never Ending Sofa

Early 20 section never ending sofa by Ueli Berger for Stendig circa early 1970’s. This example has its original black felted wool and has been newly upholstered in a lovely and supple charcoal gray leather. This sofa’s versatility is such that it can be formed and curved or left more linear. De Sede took over the production of these sofas and still makes them currently. New these run over $2000 per section.

Patchwork Leather Daybed by Desede

All original patchwork leather daybed by Desede circa 1970’s. This example has a slatted ebonized beech frame and is upholstered in its original beautifully broken in leather.

De Sede DS600 Never Ending Sofa

Beautiful and versatile De Sede DS-600 sofa designed by Ueli Berger, Elenora Peduzzi-Riva, Heinz Ulrich, Klaus Vogt circa early 1970’s. This example has 16 sections that have been expertly reupholstered in a supple rich grained milk chocolate brown leather. The underside of the sofa is done in the original chocolate brown wool.