Kungavasen/Kings vase by Ystad Metall, Sweden. Brass 1930s. H: 25 cm D: 12 cm
Pewter jardinere by Ib Just Andersen, Denmark. Designed in the 1930s for his own company. Signed Just A in a triangle and nr 1752. H: 11,5 cm W: 32 cm D: 19 cm
A Toy Zebra by Kay Bojesen, Copenhagen, Denmark. Hand painted decor on massive beech wood. Tracks of paper label indicating year of production to be 1935-40s. H: 14 cm W: 7,5 cm L: 15 cm
A stunning polychromed and partially bronzed earthenware floor vase with pattern of stylized birds and flowers. Makers mark to the underside indicates Amphora Czeckoslovakia. Dating the vase to the era post the first world war.
H: 45 cm D: 24 cm
The most striking statement of art deco in Sweden during the 1930s. Fayance vase by Ilse Claesson for Rörstrand, Sweden. This vase from the Serie V-collection. H: 17 cm W: 15 cm
Argenta vase by Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsberg, Sweden. With motif of Djingis Kahn. Handpainted with silver. 1930s. H: 19 cm D: 14 cm
A stunning exampel of the early Argenta series vase. Dramatic mythical dragonfish handpainted in silver on the green glazed vase. This vase dates from 1944.
H: 20 cm D: 12 cm
A stunning example of the Flambé series by Gunnar Nylund. This stoneware vase is decorated with a variety of patterns in brown, black and cream glaze with gold painted decoration.
Printed signature: Flambé Rörstrand Modell ALP Nylund Lidköping Sweden.
A stunning danish design urn with both bronze lid as well as bronze base. Designed by Bode Willumsen for the Royal Copenhagen factory, Copenhagen, Denmark. H: 27.5 cm D: 17 cm. This Danish design object is from the 1930s in mint condition.
This shimmering glazing is highly unusual.
Table for Reiners, Mjölby, Sweden. In masur birch and elm. Dated 29/9 1944, alm masurbjörk H: 55 cm W: 60 cm L: 115 cm
Amsterdam school armchair. Solid oak and brown leather The Netherlands, 1930s. H: 75 cm Seat H: 44 cm W: 58 cm D: 49 cm
1920s-30s industrial table. France. Painted steel, aluminum and linoleum. The painted pop rivets adds its charm to the construction.
Amsterdam school book table in massive oakwood