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Swedish modernist pinewood mushroom side table by Martin Åberg, Servex, 1960s

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  • Swedish modernist pinewood stools by Martin Åberg, Servex, 1960s
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    Located in Forserum, SE
    A set of four small Swedish modernist stools designed by Martin Åberg, produced in the 1960s by the manufacturer Servex. Crafted from molded pine veneer with a cylindrical seat at th...
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  • Bentwood modernist side table by Gemla Fabriker, Sweden, 1930s
    By Gemla
    Located in Forserum, SE
    Rectangular side table with four bentwood legs made from solid beech, black tabletop and shelf. Produced in Sweden in the 1930s by Gemla Fabriker in the small community of Diö. The m...
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  • Square modernist pinewood mirror, Sweden, 1970s
    Located in Forserum, SE
    Swedish 1970s mirror made from solid pinewood. Square model with a rustic aesthetic typical of the period. Two plastic fittings on the backside for easy wall mounting. Pine is a com...
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  • Swedish 1970s rustic triangular side table made from solid pine
    Located in Forserum, SE
    A modernist pinewood table with a triangular tabletop resting on three rustic legs. Handcrafted in Sweden in the 1970s. The shape and, not least, the choice of material are typical o...
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  • Scandinavian mid-century side table with geometric wooden inlays, Sweden, 1950s
    Located in Forserum, SE
    A small side table, model 167, with organically shaped tabletop resting on three wooden legs with brass feet. Geometric wooden inlays in east Indian rosewood and oak. We haven’t been...
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    Vintage 1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Side Tables

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  • Swedish up-light table lamp by Eric Wärnå, Sweden, 1960s
    By Eric Wärnå
    Located in Forserum, SE
    Swedish up-light table lamp produced by Eric Wärnå in Värnamo. The lamp's base is cast from brass and includes an integrated light switch. It is adorned with an etched glass lampshad...
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  • Pair of Side Tables by Yngvar Sandström, Sweden, 1960s
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    Great pair of side tables / bedside tables produced in Sweden by Säffle Möbelfabrik, designed by Yngvar Sandström, 1960s.  
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  • Modernist Side or Bedside Table, Czechoslovakia, 1960s
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    This Modernist piece was made in the former Czechoslovakia in the 1960´s. It´s made of beech wood and has a glass on the top. It´s in excellent condition, fully renovated to high ...
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  • Bedside Tables, Sweden, 1960s
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    Pair of Swedish bedside tables from the 1960s. Teak and white bakelite knob.
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  • Folke Ohlsson "Frisco" Side Table for Tingströms, Sweden 1960s
    By Folke Ohlsson, Tingströms
    Located in Utrecht, NL
    This side table is a classic piece of Scandinavian modern design, therefore it comes as no surprise that this model was awarded the Gold Medal at the California Fair in 1960. Folke Ohlsson was a decorated designer, he won a Gold Medal at the 1951 Milan Triennale and was given the Good Design Award by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His furniture was also one of the first exhibits featured at Stanford’s art museum. “Frisco” was part of the 'Bra Bohag' production from Tingströms Furnitures, Sweden. ‘Bra bohag’ means‘ good furniture in Swedish, and behind the expression was the lobby organization for better-designed everyday furniture for Swedish homes in the 1950-60s. It consisted of several furniture designers and producers, among them Tingströms AB. This solid wood model has a beautiful veneer that stands out thanks to the simple, uncluttered design. The top features a raised “lip” or edge, a playful and practical design element. Early in his design career Ohlsson almost exclusively designed in natural beech blond wood until critics quickly forced him to move to darker walnut and teak woods. This model was also influenced by this, breaking with the light Swedish modern aesthetic. However, the structure with stretchers set parallel on the legs is still very characteristic of Swedish mid-century modern design, not to mention the top quality. Folke Ohlsson was one of the first Swedish designers who managed to bring “Swedish Modern” design to the United States’ market successfully. According to the story, when Ohlsson arrived in the United States, he took his suitcase and cardboard to hotels all over the country inviting salesmen, department stores, and decorators to view his miniature designs and watch as he disassembled and reassembled his chair design. He quickly became notorious for his patented “knock-down” construction that reduced shipping and storage costs and helped to make the Swedish company Dux a household name in the USA. Condition: In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use. Dimensions: 30.11 in W x 22.04 in D x 20.86 in H 76.5 cm W x 56 cm D x 53 cm H About the designer: Folke Ohlsson was a born in Malmö, Sweden in 1919 and died in Atherton California in 2003. Folke studied at the School of the Gothenburg Society of Industrial Design before he began working for the Swedish furniture and bedding manufacturer, Dux. In 1950, he moved to the United States with only a suitcase full of clothes and an exact miniature scaled model furniture...
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