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Place of Origin: Swedish
Okej - Speckled Squiggle Rug 4.5 x 6.5 FT
Located in Draper, UT
Speckled squiggle features a durable wool surface with a pattern of shiny blue viscose speckles. Size: 4.5 x 6.5 ft Material: Wool + Viscose Color: Off-White/light gray + Electric ...
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2010s Swedish Furniture

Materials

Wool

Otto Schulz or John Kãrnhage, Sofa, Sweden 1940's
By Otto Schulz
Located in Säffle, SE
Lovely shaped Sofa from early 20th mid-century. The sofa is attributed to both Otto Schulz and John Kärnhagen on different occasions. The sofa can be bought as is, or custom orde...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Fabric, Birch

1960s Vintage Swedish Armchairs by Kerstin Horlin Holmquist
By Kerstin Horlin Holmquist, NK (Nordiska Kompaniet)
Located in London, GB
An absolutely stunning and very rare pair of vintage Swedish armchairs by Kerstin Horlin Holmquist. This model is called the ‘Adam’ chair, designed by Kerstin Horlin Holmquist for No...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Bouclé, Birch

Okej - Moss Green Squiggle Rug 6 x 8 FT
Located in Draper, UT
Green squiggle features a rich green velvet-looking surface. Size: 6 x 8 ft Material: Wool Color: Green + Pink* Made in Sweden *Colors may vary due to lighting and photography
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2010s Swedish Furniture

Materials

Wool

Scandinavian modern table lamp 'Rubus' by Gunnar Nylund
By Rörstrand, Gunnar Nylund
Located in SON EN BREUGEL, NL
Beautiful iconic table lamp 'Rubus' designed by the Swedish ceramic artist and designer - Gunnar Nylund. This pretty lamp in ceramic glaze has warm soft and brown tones inspired by t...
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Bertil Vallien for Kosta Boda, Att. Silver Boat Series, Art Glass Sculpture
By Kosta Boda, Bertil Vallien
Located in Frome, GB
This striking work of Swedish art glass design is by Bertil Vallien (b. 1938 - ), a celebrated glass artist, sculptor, ceramist, and designer. This piece is attributed as a variation...
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21st Century and Contemporary Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Art Glass

Mid-century Swedish design blue glass table lamp
Located in SON EN BREUGEL, NL
Beautiful Swedish table lamp with 3 soft blue glass blocks. The lamp was made in Malmö, Sweden in ca. 1960. Including new high quality hand made lampshade. Height of the lamp is mea...
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

18th Century Rococo chair
By Carl Magnus Sandberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Chair made in the Royal workshop in Stockholm, attributed to Carl Magnus Sandberg. Not signed. He became member of Stockholms chair maker society 1760 and died before 1790. It is ve...
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1760s Rococo Antique Swedish Furniture

Materials

Birch, Giltwood

AB Markaryd ‘V 180’ wall sconce – Hans-Agne Jakobsson
By Hans-Agne Jakobsson, AB Markaryd
Located in Heerhugowaard, NL
Rare wall sconce designed by the famous Hans-Agne Jakobsson for AB Markaryd of Sweden in the 1960s. This lamp is made of brass and a thin smoked glass shade. The lamp is in very go...
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Contemporary, Black Sculptural Vase by Marie Beckman, In Stock
By Marie Beckman
Located in Stockholm, SE
"Block Vessel", Marie Beckman (b. 1960, Skara, Sweden). This piece holds water and can be used as a vase.⁠ Marie Beckmans vessels are inspired by architecture and machinery. The me...
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2010s Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

Vintage 1940's Swedish wood marquetry jewellery box with pin cushion
Located in Heerhugowaard, NL
Vintage Swedish jewellery box, estimated 1940s. This case is made from various types of wood veneer in a striking graphic display of marquetry. ...
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1940s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Wood

Late 18th Century Transition Chairs in Original Color
Located in Stockholm, SE
A pair of transition chairs made in Stockholm about 1780:s. Chairs that are made between the rococo period and the gustavian period are called transition chairs. So for example the b...
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1780s Gustavian Antique Swedish Furniture

Materials

Birch

Abstract, Mirrored Glass Sculpture by Markus Emilsson, In Stock
By Markus Emilsson
Located in Stockholm, SE
Title: "Candy Swirl", Markus Emilsson (b. 1979, SWE) Free blown glass, mirrored
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2010s Swedish Furniture

Materials

Art Glass, Blown Glass

Gustavian Bucket chair, made in Stockholm
Located in Stockholm, SE
A Swedish Gustavian Bucket Chair. Made in Stockholm about 1790. Decorated with beautiful lion heads at the armrest and leaf shaped border. The legs are elegantly carved. Gently hand ...
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1790s Gustavian Antique Swedish Furniture

Materials

Wood, Birch

Large, Contemporary Red Ceramic Wall Sculpture by Marie Beckman
By Marie Beckman
Located in Stockholm, SE
Title: BLOOD WAVE, 2022, Marie Beckman (b. 1960, SWE), Hand cast and glazed stoneware clay mounted on anodized aluminum.⁠ ⁠ This large piece was commissioned and took almost a year...
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2010s Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Aluminum, Steel

Swedish Designer, Wall Mirror, Oak, Sweden, 1940s
Located in High Point, NC
A beveled glass and stained oak wall mirror designed and produced in Sweden, c. 1940s.
Category

1940s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Oak

Abstract, Contemporary ceramic sculpture by Bo Arenander, In-stock
By Bo Arenander
Located in Stockholm, SE
The intuitive result of an educated dancer, choreographer and large-scale ceramicist transferring his love for the human body into clay. With extensive studies during the mid 70’s in...
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2010s Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

1970s Swedish Large Pair Of Brass Table Lamps With Cone Shaped Shades
Located in London, GB
A stunning 1970’s very large pair of brass Swedish table lamps with conic lamp shades. The shape of the shades cast a really warm and beautiful diffuse ambient light. These structura...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Art Deco alabaster pendant, Sweden 1920/30s
Located in Stockholm, SE
Large beautiful alabaster pendant, Swedish Art Deco. Decorative as well as a soft light source which works in most rooms, perfect for bedrooms and living rooms to give a cozy feel. ...
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1920s Art Deco Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Alabaster

Vase by Vivi Calissendorff, Sweden, 1970s, Apricot, Terra Cotta, Stonware, Tan
Located in Stockholm, SE
Vase by Vivi Calissendorff, Sweden, 1970s Stamped. H: 13 cm Diameter: 9 cm
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Stoneware

Dalmatian Skull – Porcelain Sculpture by Andréason & Leibel, Contemporary
By Andréason & Leibel
Located in Arlöv, SE
A shiny white porcelain figurine/sculpture titled Dalmation is a human skull redefined as a simplistic industrial form. Inglazed dots in different sizes imply the human's best friend...
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2010s Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

1950s Swedish Brass With Beech Five Arm Chandelier With Frosted Art Glass Shades
By Hans Bergström, ASEA
Located in Silvolde, Gelderland
Swedish Chandelier made of brass and beech attributed to Hans Bergstrom For ASEA Sweden. Each arm has a beautiful frosted art glass shade with golden details / arrows. Five screw fit...
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Vase by Vivi Calissendorff, Sweden, 1970s, Stoneware, Apricot, Terra Cotta, Tan
Located in Stockholm, SE
Vase by Vivi Calissendorff, Sweden, 1970s Stamped. H: 11 cm / 4 1/4'' Diameter: 4 cm / 1 1/2''
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Stoneware

Antique Olive Green Painted Armchair, Sweden, 1900s
Located in Rīga, LV
Vintage Swedish green-gray painted armchair with new olive green washed linen upholstery. The decoration ribbon was left original to save the character of the chair.
Category

Early 20th Century Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Wood

Framed Painting by Rune Hagberg, Sweden, 1960s, Ink on Paper, Abstract
Located in Stockholm, SE
Painting by Rune Hagberg, Sweden, 1960s. Ink on paper, framed. Signed. Artwork dimensions: H: 45 cm W: 58 cm Frame dimensions: H: 63 cm W: 72.5 cm D: 6 cm
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Paint, Paper

Painted Swedish Sideboard, circa 1880
Located in Washington, DC
A Swedish Gustavian pine sideboard server with traditional carved fluted diamond panel motif on both of the two doors. Tapered fluted feet. This Swedish Gustavian style sideboard, ...
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Late 19th Century Gustavian Antique Swedish Furniture

Materials

Wood

Stoneware Vase by Berndt Friberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1964, Dark Blue, Large
By Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Vase by Berndt Friberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1964. Stoneware with rabbit's fur glaze. Signed. H: 24 cm Diameter: 27 cm Berndt Friberg was born in the southern Sweden town of...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Stoneware

105 Ltr Forms, Beryl Green, Handmade Glass Object by Vogel Studio
Located in Sarstedt, NI
105 Ltr forms The pieces are formed using a combination of methodologies, utilizing fireproof textiles to shape and impact the end result. In the approach to creating the pieces, ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Swedish Furniture

Materials

Glass

1960s, Pair of Swedish Gustavian Style Armchairs Newly Upholstered
Located in London, GB
These comfortable tub square armchairs are a classic Swedish design from the 1960s. They have been reupholstered in a light cream bouclé fabric and the walnut frames have been lacque...
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1960s Gustavian Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Fabric, Walnut

Ebonised wood sculpture by Johnny Mattsson, Sweden, 1950s, signed
By Johnny Mattsson
Located in Stockholm, SE
Ebonised wood sculpture by Johnny Mattsson, Sweden, 1950s. Signed. Ebonised wood.
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Wood

Pine Secretary Bureau Desk from Sweden, circa 1880
Located in Round Top, TX
This drop front secretary is charming in every way, with a soft, satin wax finish that compliments the warm patina of the pine and Swedish country styling. The interior drawers and c...
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Late 19th Century Country Antique Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Set of Seven Swedish Pine Dining Chairs By Goran Malmvall
By Goran Malmvall
Located in Long Island City, NY
A set of seven Swedish pine dining chairs by Goran Malmvall featuring a slatted back rest. Göran Malmvall (1917-2001), was born into the furniture & design industry. As the younges...
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20th Century Mid-Century Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Pine

Pair of brass table lamps model 2466 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Pair of table lamps model 2466 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s. Brass, lacquered brass and original fabric shades. Stamped. Josef Frank was a true European...
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Pair of teak and limestone pedestals for Carl Malmsten’s School, Sweden, 1970s
By Carl Malmsten
Located in Stockholm, SE
Pair of pedestals for Carl Malmsten’s School, Sweden, 1970s Solid teak and limestone.
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Limestone

20th Century Swedish rag rug Smålands Doris Nr:4 - handwoven
Located in Asarum, SE
A fantastic Swedish rag rug, woven by hand in the late 1950´s in Madesjö Småland, Sweden. Woven Doris Johansson. It´s in good condition, rarely used! Machine washable at 40 degre...
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20th Century Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Cotton

1 of the 2 Gold Brass Amber Glass Flush Mount, Fagerlund, 1960s
By Carl Fagerlund
Located in Rijssen, NL
Wonderful Flush Mount made by Fagerlund, Sweden. From around 1960. Consists of a beautiful crystal handmade glass plate on a polished brass plate. The texture of the glass gives the...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Pair of solid pine sculptural benches by Gilbert Marklund for Furusnickarn AB
By Furusnickarn AB, Gilbert Marklund
Located in PRAHA 5, CZ
Pair of durable, solid pine wood benches in original condition. Exceptionally sturdy, showcasing impressive Scandinavian craftsmanship. Displaying typical signs of wear and age, yet ...
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1970s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Pine

Art Deco, Curvy Stool in Beech Wood, Italian Cabinetmaker, Made in the 1940s
Located in Odense, DK
A charming curved Art Deco stool, beech wood veenered. Made by a Italian cabinetmaker in the 1940s. This beautiful vintage stool will fit in many interior styles. A modern, Scandivi...
Category

Early 20th Century Art Deco Swedish Furniture

Materials

Fabric, Wood, Beech

20th Century Swedish rag rug Ölands Eddy´s sommaräng Vallmo - handwoven
Located in Asarum, SE
A fantastic Swedish rag rug, woven by hand in the late 1960´s in Himmelsberga Öland, Sweden. Woven by Eddy Jonasson. Eddy was born in 1926 and wove a lot of beautiful rag rugs on dem...
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Cotton

Crystal glass paper weight made and signed by Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta Sweden
By Vicke Lindstrand, Kosta Boda
Located in Skarpnäck, SE
A fantastic rather large handmade vintage glass sculpture or paperweight made and signed by Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta, Sweden. This piece is showcasing his enormous talent as a glas...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Art Glass, Cut Glass

Beautiful Flygsfors pendant design by Helena Tynell
By Helena Tynell
Located in Djurhamn, SE
Flygsfors Glass Factory Flygsfors Glasbruk was a glass factory in Flygsfors in Nybro municipality, founded in 1888 and closed in 1979. It was started in Flygsfors in 1863 as a hammer...
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1960s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Art Glass

Carl Fagerlund, Orrefors
By Carl Fagerlund
Located in Hammarö, SE
Plafond lamp of pressed clear glass and brass. Four points of light.
Category

Mid-20th Century Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Pair of rabbit sculptures designed by Hanna W, Sweden, 1983
Located in Stockholm, SE
Hanna W Pair of sculptures designed by Hanna W, Sweden, 1983 Signed. Carved Stone.
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1980s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Stone

Beautiful Flygsfors table lamps design by Helena Tynell
By Helena Tynell
Located in Djurhamn, SE
Flygsfors Glass Factory Flygsfors Glasbruk was a glass factory in Flygsfors in Nybro municipality, founded in 1888 and closed in 1979. It was started in Flygsfors in 1863 as a hammer...
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1960s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Glass

Rococo tray table made in Sweden around 1770
Located in Stockholm, SE
Swedish tray table made around 1770. Table with curved legs and a top made in faience. The top is decorated with garland on the outer edge and an urn in the center. The top has a few...
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1770s Rococo Antique Swedish Furniture

Materials

Pine

1994 Gunilla Allard for Lammhults Sweden Cinema Settee Two Seater Sofa Fabric
By Lammhults, Gunilla Allard
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Listed for sale is a Gunilla Allard for Lammhults of Sweden cinema settee, produced circa 1994. This is a terrific original example, which appears to have been reupholstered circa ea...
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2010s Modern Swedish Furniture

Materials

Leather, Fabric

Rug ‘Sun Spots’ designed by Barbro Nilsson for Märta Måås-Fjetterström AB, MMF
By Märta Måås-Fjetterström AB 1, Barbro Lundberg Nilsson
Located in Stockholm, SE
Rug ‘Sun Spots’ designed by Barbro Nilsson for Märta Måås-Fjetterström AB, Sweden, 1966. Wool. Signed. Tapestry technique. Provenance: From a private Swedish collection. The int...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Wool

1/2 Ltr Forms, Brilliant Gold, Handmade Glass Object by Vogel Studio
Located in Sarstedt, NI
1/2 Ltr forms The 1/2 Ltr forms are created using leftover materials from the 105 Ltr production. Each edition is limited to the quantity that can be made from the leftovers. In the...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Swedish Furniture

Materials

Blown Glass

Ceiling lamp designed by Hans Bergström for Ateljé Lyktan, Sweden, 1970s
By Hans Bergström, Ateljé Lyktan
Located in Stockholm, SE
Ceiling lamp designed by Hans Bergström for Ateljé Lyktan, Sweden, 1970s. Brass and opal glass. H: 34.5 cm D: 48 cm
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Table Lamp Model 2468 Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s
By Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table lamp model 2468 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s. Brass with cotton shades. Stamped. Model 2468 is a delightful brass table lamp with three small shades in green, yellow, and red. The lamp has an elegant brass base with three stems that hold the shades at different heights. Because of its tricolour shades, it is known as the “traffic light lamp”. Designed by Josef Frank in the 1950s, this lamp has become a timeless Svenskt Tenn collectable. H: 54 cm W: 42 cm Shade D: 15 cm Josef Frank was a true European, he was also a pioneer of what would become classic 20th century Swedish design and the “Scandinavian Design Style”. Austrian- born Frank started his design career as an architect after having trained at the Technische Hochschule in Vienna between 1903 and 1910. After his training he went on to teach at Kunstgewerbeschule (The Viennese School of Arts and crafts) where he developed and espoused the new school of modernist thinking towards Architecture and Design that was coming to fruition in Vienna at the time. He also went on to lead the Vienna Werkbund throughout the 1920s. This was a truly progressive group of Architects and Designers who set about improving the daily lives of Austrian people through modernist design and architecture in partnership with Arts and Crafts ideals and construction. Frank’s leadership of the Werkbund had already cemented his place at the forefront of European design. Frank’s time in Vienna was typified by his design for the “Die Wohnung” exhibition of the Deutscher Werkbund in Stuttgart, 1927 where he exhibited along side his contemporaries at the forefront of design, such as the likes of Le Corbusier and Walter Gropius. Here he showed a specially designed pair of flat-roofed reinforced concrete houses in what is now seen as a typical modernist style. What separated Frank’s house from the other 32 houses of the exhibition was the interior and furniture inside the building. It was described as “Neo-Classical” and filled with an eclectic mix of period pieces, modern design and pieces designed by Frank himself that seemed to cross the two worlds. This was a complete opposite direction to that which his fellow Architects were travelling in with their pared back and angular aesthetics. Frank said of his own work: “The house is not a work of art, simply a place where one lives,” and by this reasoning Frank rejected the regimental mechanisation of the living space that his contemporaries believed in, instead he set about creating congenial and spontaneous interiors. Frank’s practice saw him placing the bright colours and the soft forms of nature back into the furnishings and interiors that he thought modernism sorely mist. Frank, along with Oskar Walch set up Haus und Garten in Vienna in 1925. This was Frank’s first commercial foray into furniture and home furnishings and the company went on to become the most influential furnishing house in Vienna with a riotous depth of colour and interesting shapes becoming the trademark of their design. However this success was to come to an end with rise of Nazism in Vienna in the early 1930’s. Frank was Jewish, and he and his wife Anna decided they would leave Vienna for her motherland: Sweden, in 1933. Frank continued to design for Haus and Garten, visiting Vienna occasionally and designing the pieces that would continue to be the company’s best sellers long after Frank was forced to hand the company over in 1938 after the Third Reich annexation of Austria. When Josef and Anna had moved to Sweden Frank had struck up a working relationship with Design shop owner Estrid Ericson. Ericson was the proprietor of Svenskt Tenn that at this point was a successful interiors shop in Stockholm with the royal warrant of appointment to the Swedish Royal Household. In 1935 Frank had become the chief designer for Svenskt Tenn and had set about putting all of his creative effort into his designs for the company. At the World Expositions in Paris in 1937 and New York in 1939 the world saw for the first time the wealth of products that Frank had been working on, ranging from candlesticks to cabinets, there was not a domestic object that Frank had not subjected to his colourful, comfortable and organic style of Modernism. Frank’s new school of Modernism championed ideas such as chairs having a freeing, open back and that “If one desires the room to be comfortable…all pieces of furniture should allow for a free view of the separating line between the floor and the wall. A cabinet without legs breaks this line and thus reduces the feeling of space.” A world-wide audience tired of classic Modernism’s furniture with solid planes and aggressive forms leapt upon these ideas and Franks natural and bright designs for Svenskt Tenn became internationally desired. Frank created over 2000 designs for Svenskt Tenn and his products continue to be the core of their brand. Frank’s rejections of tubular metal and heavy lacquers within his furniture have insured his unique light form of Modernism continues to influence and flourish today. His natural toned mahogany and walnut pieces along with his tactile leather covered and brightly shaded lighting still bring the forms of nature back into the home. Original Frank pieces are now increasingly rare, highly desirable and are the epitome of “Scandinavian Design”. Renowned Designer and Academic Isle Crawford...
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

Large Glazed Stoneware Vase with Handle by Gunnar Nylund for Rörstrand
By Gunnar Nylund
Located in Göteborg, SE
The vase is in good condition, but as this is a second-hand assortment, there are minor cosmetic flaws. See close-up of the vase. Overall, the vase is in very nice condition. Nice to...
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1950s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

1/2 Ltr Forms, Neutral Grey, Handmade Glass Object by Vogel Studio
Located in Sarstedt, NI
1/2 Ltr forms The 1/2 Ltr forms are created using leftover materials from the 105 Ltr production. Each edition is limited to the quantity that can be made from the leftovers. In the...
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21st Century and Contemporary Swedish Furniture

Materials

Blown Glass

Bengt Lindström Litograph
By Bengt Lindström
Located in Hammarö, SE
Bengt Karl Erik Lindström, born September 3, 1925 in Storsjö chapel in Härjedalen, died January 28, 2008 in Sundsvall, was a Swedish painter and graphic artist. Suite of 4 color li...
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20th Century Swedish Furniture

Materials

Glass, Paper

Stool Designed by Uno and Östen Kristiansson for Vittsö, Sweden, 1960s
By Uno Kristiansson
Located in Stockholm, SE
Stool designed by Uno and Östen Kristiansson for Vittsö, Sweden, 1960s. Teak and leather. H: 40 cm W: 42 cm D: 42 cm.
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Leather, Teak

Serving trolley, anonymous, for DUX, Sweden, 1960s
By Dux of Sweden
Located in Stockholm, SE
Serving trolley, anonymous, for DUX, Sweden, 1960s. Rattan and bamboo. H: 78 cm W: 48 cm L: 91 cm
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Bamboo, Rattan

Micro Cosmic Photographic Print 09 by Desia Ava
By Desia Ava
Located in София, BG
Micro-cosmic is a photographic and video exploration of crystals and minerals under a microscope. In a scale not visible to the human eye these images could be interpreted as cosmic...
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2010s Swedish Furniture

Materials

Paper

Three Mounted Scrolls by Rune Hagberg, Sweden, 1970s
Located in Stockholm, SE
Three mounted scrolls by Rune Hagberg, Sweden, 1970s. Paper scrolls mounted on a board in a plexiglass box. Unique. Signed. H: 76 cm W: 81 cm D: 12 cm Rune Fredrik Hagberg was a renowned Swedish artist that took much of his inspiration from Zen Buddhism spirituality and Eastern Calligraphy. He is represented at, among many others, the Modern Museum and the Norrko¨ping Art Museum. Hagberg’s meditative informalism is placed between the concretism and expressionism of the 1950s, his art becoming simpler until he reduced it so far that only tightly closed picture reels...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Plexiglass, Paper

Hans-Agne Jacobsson Kerzenhalter Mit Farbigen Glaskugeln
By Hans-Agne Jakobsson
Located in Hamburg, HH
Seltenes Set von 5 Stück Model L 24 Kerzenhaltern designed von Hans-Agne Jakobsson ca. 1959. Von Hans-Agne Jakobsson AB in Markaryd Schweden in der zweiten Hälfte des 20ten Jahrhunderts hergestellt. Messing und mundgeblasenes Glas in seltener wunderschöner Lila Färbung. Hervorragender Vintage Zustand mit geringen Gebrauchsspuren. Maße : (B x T x H) 13,5 cm x 13,5 cm x 26 cm bzw. 30 cm bzw. 42 cm Herstellerlabel unter dem...
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Furniture

Materials

Brass

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