We have mentioned the 50s icons range by the company on the past, but it seems that the initial clutch of designs were not the end of the story. The resurrected Pieff company is still designs some rather cool retro pieces, including the Brando seating range.
I think we've waxed lyrical about Pieff before, a British company that made interesting and indeed quality items, particularly in the 1970s. While prices for other British makes (like Merrow Associates for example) have gone up, Pieff products are still very reasonable. As this Pieff Alpha armchair demonstrates.
It's a modernist-inspired design from Tim Bates, still looking very stylish 30+ years on. It has three removable cushions, pirelli seat support and a chrome frame. A 'vinyl stretcher' is fixed to the back frame to supports the two back cushions.
It's been well looked after, with only minor wear over the years, with the leather 'fed with quality leather cream' in the recent past. Bidding stands at £21 right now.
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If you want something interesting, well-made and in many cases, stylish from the 1970s, just type 'Pieff' into eBay and you'll be offered a fine selection of interior design for not a lot of cash. Like this Pieff leather and chrome sofa.
It's a typical 1970s design by the company, mixing chrome and leather for something eye-catching and comfortable, Pirelli underbases adding to the comfort. This one is a three-seater, still with a good dark brown colour with leather that has been 'fed regularly' and chrome that's without rust or pitting.
Just 99 pence right now, which seems like a steal. if you like the look and want something smaller, the same seller has a two-seater too and yes, it's also at 99p.