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Place of Origin: Swedish
Swedish Modern, Curved Bench in Solid Pine, Lambswool Upholstery, Made in 1940s
By Axel Einar Hjorth
Located in Odense, DK
A unique sculptural folk art bench in solid pine. Reupholstered in good quality shearling lambskin. Handcrafted by an unknown cabinetmaker in Sweden, ca 1940s. This beautiful bench c...
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Early 20th Century Brutalist Swedish Stools

Materials

Lambskin, Sheepskin, Pine

Stool Model 927 Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s
By Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Stool model 927 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s. Mahogany and rattan. Measures: H: 43 cm W: 43 cm D: 28 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 Stools

Materials

Rattan, Mahogany

Set of Two Design Stools Vitamin, Ikea, Nicholai Wiig-Hansen, Sweden, 1990s
By Ikea
Located in Praha, CZ
marked min seat height: 51 cm max seat height: 71 cm.
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1990s Mid-Century Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Fabric, Plastic

Vintage Frosta Bentwood Stacking Stools for Ikea, 1990s
By Ikea, Alvar Aalto
Located in Den Haag, NL
Very nice set of Frosta Bend wood stools. 4 Pieces original designed by Alvar Aalto manufactured by Ikea. Must love this perfect honing color. Stack able. So stylish when unused st...
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1990s Mid-Century Modern Swedish Stools

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Bentwood

Swedish Designer, Side Table / Stool, Wood, "Faluröd" Paint, 19th Century
Located in High Point, NC
A wooden side table or stool painted in "faluröd" red pigment, designed and produced in Sweden, 19th century.
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19th Century Folk Art Antique Swedish Stools

Materials

Wood, Paint

Set of 4 Vintage Ikea "Benjamin" Stools by Lisa Noringer
By Ikea
Located in PRAHA 5, CZ
One of the most iconic recent designs from Ikea. Designed by Lisa Noringer in 2003, made of plywood, stackable, can be used either as a stool or side table. In very good condition wi...
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Early 2000s Modern Swedish Stools

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Plywood

Small 1930s Stool by Otto Schulz with Great Patina
By Otto Schulz
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Scandinavian Modern footstool by Otto Schulz for Boet with scrolled design in original vintage condition. beech, brown leather and brass nails, Measures: Length 25.5", width 13.5", h...
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1930s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

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Beech

Mid-19th Century Birch Empire Stool
Located in Debenham, Suffolk
Mid-19th century birch empire stool, circa 1850. Scandinavian empire period stool made in birch. Shaped support handles which flow through to the 4 splayed legs. Original floral t...
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Mid-19th Century Empire Antique Swedish Stools

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Birch

Pair of Rare Antique Genuine Swedish Baroque Stools
Located in Kramfors, SE
Pair of rare baroque stools from Sweden made during the mid 1700s, around 1760. The stools are genuine and made by hand in painted pine with great attention to detail and quality cra...
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Mid-18th Century Baroque Antique Swedish Stools

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Pine

Pair of Painted Swedish Stools
Located in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Pair of late 19th century painted beech Swedish stools. 1890. Reference: 7869 Dimensions 20.5 inches (52 cms) Wide 15.5 inches (39 cms) Deep 16 inches (41 cms) High.
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19th Century Antique Swedish Stools

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Beech

Carl Malmsten Visingsö Stool, Waggeryds Möbelfabriken, Sweden, 1960s
By Carl Malmsten
Located in Farsta, SE
Carl Malmsten, Visingsö stool - Waggeryds Möbelfabriken, Sweden. Simple but elegant handmade craftsmanship. Has a thick patina and worned edges.   
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1960s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

Old Swedish Milking Stool Dated 1819
Located in Farsta, SE
Old Swedish Milking Stool, with a smooth surface that only time and constant wearing can accomplish. Owner mark and with the date 1819. Heig...
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1810s Brutalist Antique Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

Swedish Stools from about, 1810
Located in Stockholm, SE
Swedish, Late Gustavian stools from about 1810. Beautiful white/grey original paint is left on the stools. Hand carved decorations in wood.
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1810s Gustavian Antique Swedish Stools

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Birch

Antique Swedish Gray Painted Stool, circa 1890
Located in Round Top, TX
This lovely Swedish stool has turned and fluted legs topped by a carved flower medallion. The distressed patina of the later gray painted finish adds to the charm. This small chair...
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Late 19th Century Gustavian Antique Swedish Stools

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Linen, Wood, Paint

White Painted Swedish Tabouret Stool, circa 1880
Located in Round Top, TX
This lovely Swedish stool or tabouret has slightly curved armrests with gently splayed legs which add a romantic touch. The distressed patina of the later white painted finish adds ...
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Late 19th Century Gustavian Antique Swedish Stools

Materials

Upholstery, Wood, Paint

Midcentury Pine Stool by Ingvar Hildingsson, Sweden, 1960s
By Ingvar Hildingsson
Located in Stockholm, SE
Wooden stool by Ingvar Hildingsson, made from solid pine. Three elongated legs and round seat, designed in a clean, appealing shape.
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1960s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

Set of Four Tabouret Stools Painted White from Sweden circa 1890
Located in Round Top, TX
This lovely set of four white painted Swedish stools or tabourets have graceful curved, splayed legs which add an elegant touch to each. The hand rests are topped with round finials...
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Late 19th Century Gustavian Antique Swedish Stools

Materials

Muslin, Wood, Paint

Solid Pine Swedish Stools, 1960s
By Yngve Ekström, Axel Einar Hjorth, Roland Wilhelmsson, Axel Larsson
Located in Stockholm, SE
Set of four Swedish stools. Made from solid pine with sturdy construction From unknown maker, manufactured In Sweden during the 1960s.  
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

1800 Century Stool - Fäbostol, Älvdalen, Sweden
Located in Farsta, SE
Fäbostol, Älvdalen, Dalarna, Sweden So rare to find these days, a beautiful solid milking stool with great patina and with the marks of time From the beginning of the 1800 cen...
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Early 18th Century Scandinavian Modern Antique Swedish Stools

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Pine

Three Legged Swedish Solid Pine Stool
Located in Farsta, SE
Three legged stool in solid pine Sweden, cirka 1960 Great patina that really makes the wood grain stand out Heigth: 53 cm Seat Diameter: 29 cm.
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1960s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

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 Stools

Materials

Leather, Teak

Swedish Pine Stool of Stig Sandqvist
By Stig Sandqvist
Located in Farsta, SE
Beautiful Unsymmetric Pine Stool or Side Table by Stig Sandqvist, Vemdalen, Sweden Company Vemdalia Made in 1960s Consistent with age and use Height: 38 cm Weight: 60 cm ...
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1960s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

3 Tripod Stools, Uno & Osten Kristiansson
By Luxus of Sweden, Uno & Östen Kristiansson
Located in PARIS, FR
The brothers Uno y Östen Kristiansson founded their own company in the 1950s creating designs following the Modern Scandinavian style. Their designs reflect a clear, simple and minim...
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1960s Post-Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Leather, Upholstery, Wood, Rosewood

Axel Einar Hjorth "Skoga" Stools
By Axel Einar Hjorth, Nordiska Kompaniet
Located in Long Island City, NY
A pair of oiled pine stools designed by Axel Einnar Hjorth for Nordiska Kompaniet, model "Skoga". Sweden, circa 1930th. Wear consistent with age and use, some trace of repair. Read...
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1930s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

Pine Stools Visingsö by Carl Malmsten
By Carl Malmsten
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Charming Pair of Vintage Pine stools in model Visingsö by Carl Malmsten. Marked with the makers initials CM underneath and probably made by Carl Malmstens own studio sometime during ...
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

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Pine

Pair of Antique Swedish Gustavian Stools with Linen Upholstery
Located in Houston, TX
This pair of Antique Swedish Gustavian Stools has two low arms and an x-shaped frame. They have a beautiful aged ivory painted patina and reinforced seats upholstered in their origin...
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Late 18th Century Gustavian Antique Swedish Stools

Materials

Linen, Upholstery, Wood

Midcentury Pine Stool Side Table by Roland Wilhelmsson Produced in Sweden 1960s
By Roland Wilhelmsson
Located in Stockholm, SE
Rare mid century stool / side table in stained pine designed by Roland Wilhelmsson and produced in Sweden 1969. In good vintage condition with patina from age and use. Signed, stable...
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1960s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

19th Century Rustic Swedish Antique Empire Stool with Original Paint Genuine
Located in Boden, SE
A beautiful Empire Stool from Umeå Västerbotten, Northern Sweden. Scraped by hand to its well preserved original color. Newly dressed in beautiful linen fabric. The stool is stabl...
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1830s Empire Antique Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

Pair of David Rosén Stools, circa 1940s
By David Rosén
Located in New York, NY
A pair of Swedish Modern mahogany stools, designed by David Rosen, circa 1940-50, of Curule form with a concave sheepskin seat.
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1940s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Sheepskin, Wood

Carved Tripod Stool by Åke Wasėn
Located in New York, NY
A Swedish hand carved tractor from stool with a swival tripod base, made by Åke Wasén, Motala, Sweden, circa 1970s. Signed on the base.
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1970s Organic Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Walnut

Swedish Pair Carved & Painted Wood Stools w/Upholstered Seats
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Swedish pair of painted wood stools with upholstered seats from the mid 20th century. These vintage stools from Sweden feature squared upholstered seats which sit without an apron ...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Stools

Materials

Upholstery, Wood

Svegards Markayrd Scandinavian Modern Counter Barstools, Newly Upholstered
By Svegards Markaryd
Located in Miami, FL
Svegards Markayrd Scandinavian Modern Counter Barstools, Newly Upholstered Offered for sale is a pair of Scandinavian modern counter height barstools...
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Fabric, Foam, Teak

Pair of Swedish Stools in Beech and Sheepskin Produced in Sweden, 1970s
Located in Stockholm, SE
Rare pair of Swedish stools in beech newly upholstered in white fluffy sheepskin. In good vintage condition with minimal signs of use. Sold as a pair. Dimensions: H: 43 cm W: 56 ...
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1970s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Sheepskin, Beech

Scandinavian Modern Sculptural Stool Pine, Sweden, 1970s
Located in Hillringsberg, SE
A small sculptural stool in solid pine with complexity in the different colors of the wood. This stool is a good example of the good craftsmanship and minimalistic stile to come in Scandinavian...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

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Pine

1950ies Solid Pine Bench Designed by Carl Malmsten for Svensk Fur
By Svensk Fur, Carl Malmsten
Located in Offenburg, Baden Wurthemberg
1950ies Visingsö bench, designed by Carl Malmsten for Svensk Fur in solid pine wood The Visingsö bench was designed by Carl Malmsten and manufacture...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Wood

Large Green Blossom Bar Chair by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Large Green Blossom bar chair by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 45 x W 44 x H 99 x SH 82 cm Materials: birch wood, steel. Available in other colors and sizes. With or without back...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Steel

Natural Blossom Barstool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Natural blossom barstool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 43 x W 43 x H 65 x SH 65 cm. Materials: birch wood, steel. Available in other colors and...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Large Black Tupp Barstool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Large Black Tupp barstool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 45 x W 45 x H 102 x SH 82 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors. Give the ba...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Natural Blossom Stool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Natural Blossom stool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 41 x W 41 x H 45 cm Materials: birch wood. Available in other colors and sizes. A small ...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Birch

Large Natural Blossom Bar Chair by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Large Natural Blossom bar chair by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 45 x W 44 x H 99 x SH 82 cm Materials: birch wood, steel. Available in other colors and sizes. With or without ba...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Natural Blossom Bar Chair by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Natural Blossom bar chair by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 48 x W 43 x H 92 x SH 65 cm Materials: birch wood, steel. Available in other colors and sizes. With or without backrest...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Large Black Tupp Stool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Large black Tupp stool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 45 x W 45 x H 82 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors and with backrest. Give ...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Green Blossom Bar Chair by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Green blossom bar chair by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 48 x W 43 x H 92 x SH 65 cm Materials: birch wood, steel. Available in other colors and sizes. With or without backrest. ...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Large Natural Tupp Barstool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Large natural tupp barstool by Storängen Design. Dimensions: D 45 x W 45 x H 102 x SH 82 cm. Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors. Give th...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Natural Tupp Barstool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Natural Tupp barstool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 41 x W 41 x H 85 x SH 65 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in o...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

White Tupp Barstool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
White Tupp barstool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 41 x W 41 x H 85 x SH 65 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors. Give the bar some ...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Black Tupp Barstool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Black Tupp barstool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 41 x W 41 x H 85 x SH 65 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors. Give the bar some ...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Large White Tupp Barstool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Large White Tupp barstool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 45 x W 45 x H 102 x SH 82 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors. Give the ba...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Large Natural Tupp Stool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Large Natural Tupp stool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 45 x W 45 x H 82 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors and with backrest. Giv...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Large White Tupp Stool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Large White Tupp stool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 45 x W 45 x H 82 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors and with backrest. Give ...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Natural Tupp Stool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Natural Tupp stool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 41 x W 41 x H 65 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors and with backrest. Give the ...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Steel

White Tupp Stool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
White Tupp stool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 41 x W 41 x H 65 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors a...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Steel

Black Tupp Stool by Storängen Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Black Tupp stool by Storängen Design Dimensions: D 41 x W 41 x H 65 cm Materials: birch wood, nickel plated steel. Also available in other colors and with backrest. Give the ba...
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2010s Post-Modern Swedish Stools

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Steel

Strict Bar Stool in Oak and Leather Shoulder
Located in Stockholm, SE
A sturdy, sculptural bar stool, Strict was created as a clean and straightforward seating solution that complements the kitchen island. Its Minimalist design reveals subtle details o...
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2010s Swedish Stools

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Oak, Leather

Rare Swedish Metal and Leather Stool by Hans-Agne Jakobsson, 1950s
By Studio Ahus, Hans-Agne Jakobsson
Located in Stockholm, SE
Pair of lacquered metal stools with leathers seats by Hans-Agne Jakobsson, made in his first studio in Åhus in the early 1950s. The elega...
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1950s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Steel

Yngve Ekström for Swedese "Lamino" Ottoman in Taupe Ultrasuede
By Swedese, Yngve Ekström
Located in Norwalk, CT
The "Lamino" lounge chair and ottoman is an iconic Scandinavian modern staple, designed by Swedish designer Yngve Ekström (1913-1988) in 1956 and manufactured by Swedese Möbler in Sw...
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21st Century and Contemporary Scandinavian Modern Swedish Stools

Materials

Ultrasuede, Beech

Swedish Designer, Stool, Pine, Sweden, 1970s
Located in High Point, NC
A pine stool designed and produced by a Swedish Designer, Sweden, 1970s.
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Swedish Stools

Materials

Pine

Strict Small Stool in Walnut and Leather Shoulder Black
Located in Stockholm, SE
A sturdy, sculptural bar stool, Strict was created as a clean and straightforward seating solution that complements the kitchen island. Its Minimalist design reveals subtle details o...
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2010s Swedish Stools

Materials

Walnut, Leather

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