Design

From most repre­sen­ta­ti­ve names of Danish design, sim­ple, cle­ar­ly defi­ned lines to arti­stic visions of clas­si­cal forms fini­shed in unco­nven­tio­nal ways. A col­lec­tion of con­tra­sts: bold con­nec­tions , fusion of colo­urs, varie­ty of mate­rials, dif­fe­rent wood finish, suita­ble for modern inte­riors.

HANS WEGNER DINING TABLE

Denmark 1952

Wegner dining table, model AT-309, desi­gned in 1952 and manu­fac­tu­red by Andreas Tuck, cata­log
1952. Crossed legs in solid oak with brass trust base. Tabletop in teak. (Max. length
228 cm. - when both drop leaves are up). Very good con­di­tion.

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ART DECO armchairs

Sweden 1920

Art Deco, birch arm­cha­irs, reu­phol­ste­red with fabric from Sahco. Sold as a pair.

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Rud Thygesen COFFEE TABLE

Denmark, 1960

Rud Thygesen cof­fee table made of rose­wo­od with inla­id slats in poli­shed ste­el. Designed cir­ca 1960.

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Bjørn Wiinblad TILE TABLE

Denmark, 1978

Bjørn Wiinblad dining table made of pine with inla­id tiles in blue/white deco­ra­tions. The table is signed - Bjørn Wiinblad 1984, danish artist, pain­ter, desi­gner. In his works he kept to his fairy­ta­le sty­le which reflec­ted his life mot­to - „To make people hap­py..”

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Pair of easy chairs

Denmark, 1940-1950

Pair of easy cha­irs, with shell sha­pe they refe­re to Flemming Lassen sty­le, danish archi­tect and fur­ni­tu­re desi­gner.
Legs in dark poli­shed beech. Reupholstered with
fabric from Nobilis.

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‘CHANEL’ inspired chest of drawers

Denmark, 1840

Danish late Empire chest of dra­wers, fini­shed with ‚CHANEL’ inspi­red colo­urs. Ebonised with rose-coloured stri­pes, cowe­red with french polish.

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