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Bar Cabinet Model 8034, Designed by Hans Wegner for Andreas Tuck, 1956

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  • Dining table designed by Hans J. Wegner for Andreas Tuck, Denmark, 1950s
    By Hans J. Wegner
    Located in Stockholm, SE
    Oak and teak. Measurements: L: 76.5 cm / 2’ 6” W: 102 cm / 3’ 4” H: 73 cm / 2’ 4 3/4" L with extension: 198 cm / 6’ 4”. Hans J. Wegner is the father of Danish design and is well ...
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    Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Tables

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  • Desk “AT 305” Designed by Hans J. Wegner for Andreas Tuck, Denmark, 1955
    By Hans J. Wegner
    Located in Stockholm, SE
    Desk “AT 305” designed by Hans J. Wegner for Andreas Tuck, Denmark. 1955. Oak. Stamped by cabinetmaker Andreas Tuck. Dimensions: H: 73 cm / 2' 5" W: 75,5 cm / 2' 7" L: 139 cm / 4...
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    Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Desks and Writing Tables

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    Oak

  • Valet Chair Model 540 Designed by Hans J. Wegner for Johannes Jansen, Denmark
    By Hans J. Wegner
    Located in Stockholm, SE
    Valet chair model 540 designed by Hans J. Wegner for Johannes Jansen, Denmark, 1953. Teak, oak and brass. Stamped. H: 94 cm W: 51 cm D: 50 cm SH: 44.5 cm Hans J. Wegn...
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  • Folding chair model JH 512 designed by Hans J. Wegner for Johannes Hansen, 1949
    By Hans J. Wegner, Johannes Hansen
    Located in Stockholm, SE
    Hans J. Wegner is the father of Danish design and is well known for creating some of the most iconic chairs of the past 100 years. The son of a cobbler, Wegner brought Danish design to the international stage through his deep understanding and enjoyment of wood as well as an eye for beautiful and ergonomic design that had hitherto existed. Wegner is seen as the most influential designer within the Danish movement and his early innate ability with wood matured into the gift of an unprecedented amount of over 500 beautiful and functional gifts to the pantheon of design. Hans J Wegner brought Danish furniture to a world stage through his simple, elegant and ergonomic chairs. His CH24 models still litter the offices of design and architectural practices globally and his earliest pieces have become rare design milestones in museums and galleries. Hans J Wegner is certainly one of the most important designers of the 20th Century. Wegner’s first renowned chair came though his work with the Chairmen of the Danish Cabinetmaker’s Guild; Johannes Hansen. Through their intellectual relationship Wegner was able to design a chair he christened “the round one” in 1949 and would go on to be called the defining name; “the chair”. This elegant, restrained, yet organic chair was a pivotal design for Wegner and signalled the beginning of his own unique reign over seat furniture worldwide. This chair also illustrated the point at which the wider world took proper notice of Scandinavian design with it triggering the first American editorial spotlight on Danish Design. The influence and fame of this design can again be recognised in the fact that it was chosen as the seating for the 1960 American Presidential Election debates and shipped from Denmark especially for the occasion. Thus giving the “no.501” its occasional name: “the Kennedy...
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  • Cabinet on Stand Model 2135 Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden
    By Josef Frank
    Located in Stockholm, SE
    Cabinet on stand model 2135 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s. Cherry wood and alder root veneer. Signed. Dimensions: H: 140 cm / 4' 7" W: 105 cm / 3' 5 1/2"...
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    Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Cabinets

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    Cherry

  • Bar cabinet designed by Kurt Östervig for KP Möbler, Denmark, 1950s teak maple
    By KP Mobler, Kurt Østervig
    Located in Stockholm, SE
    Bar cabinet designed by Kurt Östervig for KP Möbler, Denmark, 1950s Teak, maple, and glass.
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    Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Cabinets

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    Glass, Maple, Teak

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