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Magazine Rack, Model No. 3808, Carl Aubock II
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck, Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
A wicker magazine rack designed by Carl Auböck II and made by the Carl Auböck workshop during the 1950s. The beautifully patinated frame of this brass magazine rack supports a tightl...
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Magazine Racks and Stands

Materials

Brass

Wire and Bamboo Wall Light, 1950s
Located in London, GB
A slim, mid-century wall light with bamboo armature. This wall light dates to the 1950s, and would have been perfectly placed in a scheme of complementary rattan furniture, a popul...
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Vintage 1950s Unknown Mid-Century Modern Wall Lights and Sconces

Materials

Wire

Large Octagonal Teak Wall Mirror, Denmark, 1950s
Located in London, GB
A wall mirror set into an octagonal teak frame, likely to have been made in Denmark during the 1950s. The rounded corners of this octagonal teak frame imbue this wall mirror with a...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Wall Mirrors

Materials

Mirror, Teak

A Pair of Pine Benches, Bernt Petersen, Denmark
By Bernt Petersen
Located in London, GB
A pair of pine benches designed by Danish designer, Bernt Petersen, in the 1960s. Low enough to be used as coffee tables or as occasional seating, the simple construction of this p...
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Vintage 1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Coffee and Cocktail Tables

Materials

Pine

A Pair of Glass Table Lamps, Carl Fagerlund, Orrefors Sweden, 1960s
By Orrefors, Carl Fagerlund
Located in London, GB
A pair of double-coated glass table lamps with dark blue cores designed by Swedish lighting designer, Carl Fagerlund, for Orrefors during the 1960s. Fagerlund designed numerous lam...
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Vintage 1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Table Lamps

Materials

Glass

Coffee Service, Carl Auböck II, 1950s
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
A three-piece brass coffee service with cane-wrapped handles, designed by Carl Auböck II during the 1950s. The contrast of cane wrapped handles with smooth brass is typical of the ...
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Tea Sets

Materials

Brass

Leather Magazine Rack, Carl Auböck II, 1950s
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
A leather magazine rack designed by Carl Auböck II during the 1950s. Comprised of a tan leather sling and tubular brass armature, this magazine rack was designed and made by Carl Au...
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Magazine Racks and Stands

Materials

Brass

Set of 4 Birch Plywood Chairs, Sweden, Early-1950s
Located in London, GB
A set of 4 laminated birch plywood chairs, made in Sweden during the early-1950s. Similar in form, although larger in dimension, this set of 4 birch plywood chairs resemble the for...
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Vintage 1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Chairs

Materials

Birch

AX Table Hvidt & Mølgaard Denmark, 1950s
By Fritz Hansen, Peter Hvidt, Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen
Located in London, GB
An 'AX' table designed by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen. This table was made during the 1950s for Fritz Hansen. Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen designed their 'AX' collec...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Side Tables

Materials

Beech, Teak

'AX' Chair, Hvidt & Mølgaard, Denmark, 1950s
By Fritz Hansen, Peter Hvidt, Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen
Located in London, GB
An 'AX' Chair with leather upholstery, designed by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen in 1948. This chair was made during the 1950s for Fritz Hansen. The designs of Hvidt & Mølgaa...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Armchairs

Materials

Leather, Beech, Teak

Danish Sofa, 1950s
Located in London, GB
A welcoming four-seater sofa, likely to have been made in Denmark during the late 1940s or early 1950s. This long, yet deceptively slim, sofa has recently been reupholstered in sof...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Sofas

Materials

Linen, Beech

Cubist Armchair by Zbyněk Hřivnáč for the Hotel Praha
Located in London, GB
An upholstered leather armchair designed by Czechoslovak designer, Zbyněk Hřivnáč, during the 1970s for the Hotel Praha. Commissioned by the Communist...
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Vintage 1970s Czech Brutalist Armchairs

Materials

Leather, Beech

Parkbänk Nr. 3 by Folke Bensow for Näfveqvarns Bruk
By Folke Bensow, Nafveqvarns Bruk
Located in London, GB
An original Nr. 3 Parkbänk designed by Folke Bensow for Näfveqvarns Bruk in the 1920s. The cast iron ends to the bench show fine craftsmanship, with their design pulling away from t...
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Vintage 1920s Swedish Neoclassical Benches

Materials

Iron

Oak Dining Table by Hans Wegner
By Hans J. Wegner, Andreas Tuck
Located in London, GB
An oak dining table, large enough to seat 6, designed by Hans Wegner and made by Danish designer and cabinetmaker, Andreas Tuck, during the 1960s.
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Vintage 1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Tables

Materials

Oak

Midcentury Bamboo Wall Light
Located in London, GB
A bamboo wall light made in Denmark during the 1950s. Projecting from the wall, as though it were a branch growing from it, this playful wall light is made from a single branch of ...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Wall Lights and Sconces

Materials

Bamboo

Teak and Wicker Chair
Located in London, GB
A teak chair, likely to have been made in France during the early 1950s. The seat and back of this chair are wicker, woven around a steel frame which is fixed to the teak body of t...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Chairs

Materials

Wicker, Teak

Brass Floor Lamp No. 7071 Falkenbergs belysning
By Falkenbergs Belysning
Located in London, GB
A petite leather bound brass floor lamp made in Sweden between 1950-1960 by Falkenbergs belysning. This beautifully proportioned and tactile floor lamp features a hand-stitched lea...
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Vintage 1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Floor Lamps

Materials

Brass

Midcentury Twin Headed Teak Lamp
Located in London, GB
Made in Denmark during the 1950s, this twin headed table lamp is petite, yet sculptural. The base is fully teak, and supports two brass gooseneck stems which can be bent to your pr...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Table Lamps

Materials

Brass

Brass Lantern, 1908
Located in London, GB
This brass lantern was made in Britain between 1908-1909. The lantern is suspended by a chain of rectangular brass links, echoing the linearity of the overall design. The neck of t...
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Antique Early 1900s British Arts and Crafts Chandeliers and Pendants

Materials

Brass

Sculptural Pine Wall Light
Located in London, GB
A pine wall light made in Denmark during the 1950s. Simple yet sculptural, this wall light is constructed from two main components: a trapezoid shaped wall plate which is connected...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Scandinavian Modern Wall Lights and Sconces

Materials

Pine

Bentwood Embassy Table & Four Chairs, Jan Bočan
By Jan Bočan
Located in London, GB
A bentwood table and four chairs designed by Czech architect Jan Bočan for the Czechoslovak Embassy in Stockholm. Designed in 1970 by Jan Bočan, Jan Šrámek, Zdenka Rothbauer and Jiř...
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Vintage 1970s Czech Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Sets

Materials

Cane, Beech, Bentwood

Stoneware Table Lamp #3 Nils Kähler
By Herman A. Kahler Keramik, Nils Kähler
Located in London, GB
A stoneware table lamp designed by Nils Kähler for Herman A. Kähler Keramik, the family workshop founded by his great grandfather in 1839 and which he, "the young Kahler", took over ...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Table Lamps

Materials

Stoneware

Stoneware Table Lamp #2 Nils Kähler
By Herman A. Kahler Keramik, Nils Kähler
Located in London, GB
A stoneware table lamp designed by Nils Kähler for Herman A. Kähler Keramik, the family workshop founded by his great grandfather in 1839 and which he, "the young Kahler", took over ...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Table Lamps

Materials

Stoneware

Stoneware Table Lamp #1 Nils Kähler
By Herman A. Kahler Keramik, Nils Kähler
Located in London, GB
A stoneware table lamp designed by Nils Kähler for Herman A. Kähler Keramik, the family workshop founded by his great grandfather in 1839 and which he, "the young Kahler", took over ...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Table Lamps

Materials

Stoneware

A Pair of Pine Bedside Tables Erik Höglund for Boda Trä
By BODA trä, Erik Höglund
Located in London, GB
A pair of pine bedside tables designed by Eric Höglund for Boda Trä and likely to have been manufactured during the 1960s-1970s. The pair were once part of a larger suite of bedroom...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Side Tables

Materials

Pine

A set of 6 MR10 chairs, Mies van der Rohe
By Thonet, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Located in London, GB
A pair of 6 MR10 dining chairs designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1926 and manufactured by Thonet during the 1970s. Mies van der Rohe was issued the patent for his tubular steel cant...
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Mid-20th Century German Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Steel, Chrome

Telescopic Brass Floor Lamp, Danish, 1940s
Located in London, GB
A slim brass floor light with telescopic extension, allowing the height to be lowered or raised. The lamp is beautifully patinated across the stem and base, whilst areas of lighter...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Floor Lamps

Materials

Brass

Telescopic Brass Floor Lamp, Danish, 1940s
Located in London, GB
A slim brass floor light with telescopic extension, allowing the height to be lowered or raised. The base, stem and distinctive curved bulb holder of this lamp are richly patinated...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Floor Lamps

Materials

Brass

Mahogany Side Tables, Sweden, 19th century
Located in London, GB
A pair of substantial 19th century Swedish Gustavian side-tables. The symmetry and simplicity of these painted mahogany side tables are hallmarks of the Gustavian style, a distinctl...
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Antique 19th Century Swedish Gustavian Side Tables

Materials

Mahogany

Marthe Armitage X Sigmar, Kaare Klint 4118 Sofa
By Rud Rasmussen, Kaare Klint
Located in London, GB
This reupholstered Kaare Klint 4118 sofa is the centrepiece of our recent collaboration with Marthe Armitage Prints for London Design Festival 2023. ...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Sofas

Materials

Mahogany, Upholstery

BO46 Armchair Finn Juhl
By Bovirke, Finn Juhl
Located in London, GB
This armchair is a later reissue of Juhl's original design, produced for a wider market. Retaining the beautiful angular details, this chair is more square than its earlier sibling. ...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Chairs

Materials

Leather, Rosewood

Corkscrew and Cup, Carl Auböck II
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
The brass handle of this turned walnut cup made by Carl Auböck II, C.1949, deceptively conceals one of the many functions of this delightfully tactile object. The cup itself can be u...
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Mid-20th Century Austrian Barware

Materials

Brass

Yellow Corduroy Four-Seater Sofa by Ejner Larsen & Aksel Bender Madsen
By Ejner Larsen, Willy Beck, Aksel Bender Madsen
Located in London, GB
A four-seater sofa designed by Ejner Larsen & Aksel Bender Madsen, produced by master cabinet-maker, Willy Beck, and recently reupholstered in a warm primrose yellow corduroy. Lars...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Sofas

Materials

Upholstery, Velvet, Teak

Solid Mahogany Bookcases, Britain, 1950s
Located in London, GB
A pair of unique British, solid mahogany bookcases, made in the late-1950s. An incredible amount of attention to detail has been paid to the construction of these bookcases, which...
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Vintage 1950s English Mid-Century Modern Bookcases

Materials

Mahogany

Textured Glass Lamp by Helena Tynell, 1968
By Helena Tynell
Located in London, GB
A mould-blown glass table lamp designed by Helena Tynell for Luxus, Sweden, 1968. Tynell is best known as a designer of decorative glassware for Riihimäki Glassworks, Finland, who s...
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Vintage 1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Table Lamps

Materials

Brass

Easy Chair Model 39 by Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen & Søren Willadsen, Denmark, 1965
By Søren Willadsen, Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen
Located in London, GB
A rare example of Kai Lyngfeldt Larsen's Easy Chair, Model 39, with matching footstool. Produced by Søren Willadsen from 1965. The rectilinear oak bases of both the chair and footsto...
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Vintage 1960s Danish Scandinavian Modern Armchairs

Materials

Leather, Oak

Kasper Würtz One Off Large Yellow Urn
By Kasper Würtz
Located in London, GB
Aage and Kasper Würtz are a father and son team of studio ceramicists based near Horsens in eastern Jutland, Denmark. Known internationally for their hand-thrown and hand-glazed cer...
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2010s Danish Scandinavian Modern Urns

Materials

Ceramic

Kasper Würtz One Off Large Purple Urn Heavy Glass
By Kasper Würtz
Located in London, GB
Aage and Kasper Würtz are a father and son team of studio ceramicists based near Horsens in eastern Jutland, Denmark. Known internationally for their hand-thrown and hand-glazed cer...
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2010s Scandinavian Modern Urns

Materials

Ceramic

Cast Nickel Table Clock by Werkstätte Carl Auböck III
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
A vintage Cast Nickel table clock designed by Auböck III, 1969. Incredibly striking in its design, the simplistic focus on geometry makes a strong presence in any room. The 4cm gauge...
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Vintage 1960s Balkan Modern Mantel Clocks

Materials

Nickel

Fondue Set by Werkstätte Carl Auböck II
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
Vintage fondue pot and burner by Carl Auböck II, Vienna, circa 1950. The pot and its lid are made out of spun tinned copper, while the burner is spun brass. The pot, its lid and the burner, all have brass handles with ebony grips. The sculptural tripod stand composed of three vertical bars joined in a triangular shape is made of solid brass and stamped 'MADE IN AUSTRIA Auböck...
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Modern Serving Pieces

Materials

Brass, Copper, Tin

Initialed Bottle Opener by Carl Auböck II
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
A cast brass bottle opener featuring the letter U made by Carl Auböck II, Vienna circa 1955. The piece is formed of two geometric shapes, a circle -inside which the black patinate...
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Modern Barware

Materials

Brass

Yellow Stool by Nanna Ditzel, 1969
By Domus Danica, Nanna Ditzel
Located in London, GB
A vibrant yellow fibreglass stool designed by Nanna Ditzel for Domus Danica in 1969, after her move to London in 1968. In every aspect the stool is h...
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Vintage 1960s Scandinavian Modern Stools

Materials

Fiberglass

NV53 Two Seater Sofa by Finn Juhl
By Finn Juhl, Niels Vodder
Located in London, GB
An NV53 two-seater sofa designed by Finn Juhl in 1953 and made by master cabinetmaker Niels Vodder, Denmark, shortly after 1953. The frame is carved out of the highest quality teak w...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Settees

Materials

Teak

Set of Six Chairs by Nordiska Kompaniet, Sweden, 1928
By NK (Nordiska Kompaniet)
Located in London, GB
These chairs were made in 1928 for the Swedish Department Store Nordiska Kompaniet, or NK. The set features two carver chairs and four side-chairs. These chairs are strong examples o...
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Vintage 1920s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Rattan, Ash

Oak & Teal Leather Armchair, Axel Larsson, 1936
By Axel Larsson
Located in London, GB
An astonishingly visually-light armchair designed by Axel Larsson in 1936 for AB Svenska Möbelfabrikerna in Bodafors, Sweden. The open and slender frame of the chair is made from ...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Armchairs

Materials

Oak, Leather

Black Leather Hammock Chair, Mogens Voltelen, circa 1930
By Mogens Voltelen
Located in London, GB
The interplay of straight and curved lines within the chair’s design is very visually satisfying. The rhythm of lines is evident not only in the mahogany wood frame but within the leather too. The seat and back having a hammock construction mean the leather is allowed to bow naturally. The continuous curve that the back legs are carved into and the apron (wooden rail across the front) at the front of the chair both echo the exact arc of the leather hammock...
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Vintage 1930s Danish Scandinavian Modern Armchairs

Materials

Leather, Mahogany

Pair of Beech 'Bastiano' Lounge Chairs, Afra & Tobia Scarpa, Italy, 1960
By Afra & Tobia Scarpa
Located in London, GB
A pair of black leather and beech 'Bastiano' lounge chairs, designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa in 1960. Scarpa designed these chairs as a part of the firm's experimental design studio. Based on Le Corbusier's segmented design concept, Scarpa replaced the cold steel design of Le Corbusier's original with a solid wooden base – resulting in a solid and weighty appearance, married with a beautiful warmth. We believe these to be early 1970s examples, produced shortly after Knoll acquired Gavina SpA...
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Vintage 1970s Italian Brutalist Armchairs

Materials

Leather, Beech

Pine & Brass Rødby Rådhus Desk by Ebbe & Karen Clemmensen, 1953
By Karen & Ebbe Clemmensen
Located in London, GB
A teak, Oregon pine, and brass desk, designed by Ebbe & Karen Clemmensen, in 1953 for the Rødby Rådhus (Town Hall), Denmark.The desk is in a late Classicist style, characterised by symmetrical design and simple ornamentation. Constructed with a pine kickboard, and a teak top, the legs finish with patinated brass shoes. The top is a slight trapezoid shape tapering at the front, originally to allow for serial desks to be attached resulting in a gentle crescent curve for a meeting room. A small circular recession, intended to be used to hold ashtrays, has its original petrol blue finish, popular with the two designers, and frequently used in their Copenhagen house constructed in the same year as this project. Today, this can be used to hold a pen pot...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Desks and Writing Tables

Materials

Brass

Pair of "Sonet" Wall Lamps by Hans Per Jeppesen, for Fog & Mørup, 1965
Located in London, GB
A pair of "Sonet" wall lamps designed by Hans Per Jeppesen and produced by Fog & Mørup, Denmark, circa 1965. The wall lights can be adjusted in a multitude of ways. They can be p...
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Vintage 1960s Danish Scandinavian Modern Wall Lights and Sconces

Materials

Aluminum, Steel

Large Mahogany Library or Dining Table, 1940s, Danish
Located in London, GB
A 1940s Danish mahogany library table with leather insert would be most appropriate used today as a large desk or dining table. This substantial neoclassical table is an example of Danish cabinetmakers adopting the British aesthetic...
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Vintage 1940s Danish Neoclassical Dining Room Tables

Materials

Leather, Mahogany

Monumental Iron, Pine & Glass Chandelier Czechoslovakia, Circa 1910
Located in London, GB
A monumental iron, pine and glass chandelier designed and made in Czechoslovakia circa 1910. The overall look and feel of the light is impressively unusual being connected all at on...
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Early 20th Century Czech Arts and Crafts Chandeliers and Pendants

Materials

Iron

Original Pen & Pencil Drawing Finn Juhl, 1951
By Finn Juhl
Located in London, GB
This is an example of a hand-drawn 1:4 scale orthographic drawing of the ‘Conversation Armchair in Maple-Walnut’, 1st March, 1951 by Finn Juhl. The drawings depicts the font view, side on, back, top view and the detail of the armrest.The drawings were sent to Baker Furniture in Michigan...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Modern Drawings

Materials

Paper

Original Pen & Pencil Drawing Finn Juhl, 1952
By Finn Juhl
Located in London, GB
This is an example of a hand-drawn scaled drawing of the ‘Top of New Dining Table (DRW.79)’, 17th December 1952. The drawings depicts the top view of what seems to be a ‘simplified’ version of Finn Juhl’s Silver Table, or more commonly known as the ‘Judas Table...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Modern Drawings

Materials

Paper

Mahogany Dining Table & Set of Six Chairs, Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen, 1930s
By Tove & Edvard Kindt-Larsen
Located in London, GB
A beautiful solid Danish mahogany dining table and set of six chairs - exceptionally rare. Designed by Tove and Edvard Kindt Larsen, c. 1935. This is a particularly interesting e...
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Vintage 1930s Danish Dining Room Sets

Materials

Linen, Mahogany

Pitcher with Brass Handle by Carl Auböck
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
A glass pitcher with leather sleeve and brass handle by Carl Auböck II, Vienna, 1950s. The leather sleeve settles at the top third of the glass and is of a beautifully aged light ta...
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Vintage 1950s Austrian Pitchers

Materials

Brass

Bobbin Correctional Chair, British, c. 1880
Located in London, GB
A beautifully ornate and very charming Victorian correctional chair. Correctional chairs were originally conceived by 18th century surgeon and anat...
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Antique 1880s British Arts and Crafts Chairs

Materials

Cane, Beech

Large Walnut Tree Trunk Table, Carl Auböck 1940s
By Werkstätte Carl Auböck
Located in London, GB
A large tree trunk table designed and made by the Auböck werkstätte, circa 1950. This table is made from reclaimed wood. Carl Auböck II, responsible for the design of this series, g...
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Vintage 1940s Austrian Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

Materials

Brass

Pair of Skønvirke Cabinets, by Martin Nyrop Denmark, 1900
By Rud Rasmussen
Located in London, GB
A pair of free-standing cabinets or bookshelves designed by architect Martin Nyrop and made by Rudolph Rasmussen circa 1900. The cupboards until recently were part of Copenhagen Cit...
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Antique Early 1900s Danish Arts and Crafts Cabinets

Materials

Pine

No*10 Rocking Chair, Michael Thonet
By Michael Thonet
Located in London, GB
A vintage No.10 bentwood and cane rocking chair in black lacquer by Thonet, Austria. The Model No.10 rocking Chair was designed by Michael Thonet circa 1860 - 1890, this example dates from circa 1900. The chair features a generously sized newly hand-woven cane seat and high back. The use of cane provides comfort for the sitter and gives the piece a visual lightness. Moreover, the high contrast between the black lustre...
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Antique Early 1900s Austrian Arts and Crafts Rocking Chairs

Materials

Cane, Beech

Jan Bočan Stained Beech Bentwood Embassy Table
By Jan Bočan
Located in London, GB
This Bentwood table was designed by the Czech architect Jan Bočan for the Czech embassy in Stockholm. Bočan commissioned Michael Thonet’s former factories in...
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Mid-20th Century Czech Mid-Century Modern Tables

Materials

Beech

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