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About Hostler Burrows

Hostler Burrows has been a leading gallery in Nordic design since its opening in 1998, promoting exceptional and unique examples of studio ceramics, cabinetmaker furniture and hand woven textiles by the master artisans and architects of the period. Now located on E. 10th Street, the gallery has widened its focus to present a program that includes contemporary works by international artists including Krisina Riska, Maren Kloppmann, and Sonja Duò - Meyer. The gallery has seamlessly integrated the contemporary work into their vintage program, exploring the relationships b...Read More

Hostler Burrows

1stDibs seller since 2003

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Eva Hild, "Loop" Unique Stoneware Sculpture, 2004
By Eva Hild 1
Located in New York, NY
Eva hild. “Loop” Sweden, 2004. Stoneware sculpture. 34” W x 24” D x 27” H. Eva Hild lives and works in the south-west of Sweden. With her organic sculptures she has establish...
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Early 2000s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Untitled Sculpture by Richard Filipowski
Located in New York, NY
Cast and hand-collaged sculpture of phosphor bronze and silver by Richard Filipowski (1923-2008), executed, circa 1960-1965. Untitled, of a naturalistic, topiary form. With a certifi...
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Vintage 1960s American Sculptures

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Silver

Set of Eight Dining Chairs by Danish Cabinet Maker in Mahogany
Located in New York, NY
Eight beautiful dining chairs with inset leg detail. Handcrafted in mahogany with original wool seats.
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20th Century Danish Dining Room Chairs

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Upholstery, Mahogany

Stepped Porcelain Cylinder in Black and White by Bodil Manz, 2017
Located in New York, NY
Born in Copenhagen in 1943, Bodil Manz is a ceramicist known for her predominant use of ultra-thin, translucent eggshell porcelain to create distinctive cylindrical forms, anchored b...
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21st Century and Contemporary Porcelain

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Porcelain

Axel Einar Hjorth Occasional Table for Nordiska Kompaniet, circa 1930
By Axel Einar Hjorth
Located in New York, NY
Pine occasional table for Nordiska Kompaniet designed by Axel Einar Hjorth, circa 1930 Measures: 24" height x 31.5" diameter.
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Side Tables

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Pine

Vase by Axel Salto
By Axel Salto
Located in New York, NY
Vase in the budding style by Axel Salto for Royal Copenhagen, Denmark, circa 1955. Fruits and leaves protruding from the surface in a stunning sung glaze. Artist signed with factor...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Ceramics

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Stoneware

Berlin Daybed by Bruno Mathsson Sweden, circa 1960
By Bruno Mathsson
Located in New York, NY
Chic "Berlin" daybed by Swedish modern master, Bruno Mathsson. Made by Firma Karl Mathsson Sweden, circa 1960 Molded Beech, new upholstery Measures: 80" L x 40" W x 18.5" H. Bruno M...
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Vintage 1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Daybeds

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Upholstery, Beech

Occasional Table with marble top by Josef Frank, ca. 1940
By Josef Frank
Located in New York, NY
Beautiful occasional table by Josef Frank. Marble top with beveled edge. Josef Frank (1889-1961). Occasional table. Svenskt Tenn. Sweden, circa 1940. Beech, marble. Measures: 34.5” ...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Side Tables

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Marble

Table by Axel Einar Hjorth for Nordiska Kompaniet, ca. 1930
By Axel Einar Hjorth
Located in New York, NY
Pine table, circa 1930. AXEL EINAR HJORTH (Swedish 1888-1959) Table, Nordiska Kompaniet, ca.1930 Pine 24 x 31 x 17.25 inches
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20th Century Swedish Tables

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Pine

Abyssinian Sculpture by Johannes Bjerg, Denmark, ca. 1915
Located in New York, NY
Lifesize plaster sculpture by Johannes Bjerg (1886-1955) Denmark ca. 1915 Johannes Bjerg was a Danish sculptor most known for work in the Classical style. He was born near Kolding, ...
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Vintage 1910s Danish Scandinavian Modern Figurative Sculptures

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Plaster

MMF Flat-Weave Swedish Carpet
By Märta Måås-Fjetterström
Located in New York, NY
"Green Meadows" flat-weave carpet with geometric patterns by MMF, Sweden, circa 1950. Beautiful original condition. Artist signed in corner.
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20th Century Swedish Russian and Scandinavian Rugs

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Wool

Casein Artwork by Richard Filipowski, 1948-50
Located in New York, NY
Particle Red Casein on paper 1948 Measures: 29”H x 23”W Framed
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Vintage 1940s American Paintings

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Ink

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