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Our selection of furniture and fine design items at much better prices than 1st dibs.
A pair of armchairs "Y-chair" by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Søn Møbelfabrik A/S, Denmark. Model CH24. Massive oak wood and seat in natural paper cord. Beautiful patina. Designed and first produced in the 1950s.
Armchair model 56/2 Bambi by Rolf Raastad & Adolf Relling for Gustav Bahus, Norway. 1954. Teak wood and natural patinated leather.
Armchair made in Sweden 1910s. Birch wood with inlays and leather.
H: 92 cm W: 64 cm D: 53 cm Seat H: 47 cm
Arabesk lounge chair by Folke Jansson, Sweden. Designed in 1955. Early edition with feet in black painted wood. Produced by S.M. Wincrantz Möbelindustri Skövde, Sweden. This edition is produced in a series of 150 chairs in total. Recently reupholstered.
Bar table by Raastad & Relling, Norway. 1962. In rosewood and plastic with brass details. Contains 15 of 16 original glass from Hadeland glassmaker in Norway. Room for 4 bottles inside.
CITES certificate is included.
W: 59 cm
Armchair designed by Gustav Siegel. Manufactured by Jacob & Josef Kohn, Vienna, Austria. Stained beechwood. 1900-1910s. Seat Height: 44 cm
A pair of teak tray serving trolleys. The trays are stamped Sweden 1950s. Natural leather to the handle.
Cantilevered high-backed armchair by Scandinavian Desginer Alvar Aalto. Early production example from 1933 by Oy Huonekalu- ja Rakennustyötehdas Ab, Turku, Finland. This chair is from the first production in 1933 for that made for Alvar Aaltos own company - Artek Oy a few years before the formal founding of Artek. Rare version with curved head rests on each sides (Later Artek production no.401 with straight head rest) Measures: 86 H x 64 W x 85 D cm. Newly upholstered with purple mohair plush. Wood parts in original condition with patina.
Literature: Alvar Aalto: Designer (Alvar Aalto Foundation, 2002), pg. 166-167.
Ceiling lamp by Carl Axel-Acking for Bröderna Malmströms metalvarufabrik, Malmö, Sweden. 1940s.
H: 70 cm
W: 60 cm
A rare table lamp by Hans Bergström för Atelje Lyktan, Åhus, Sweden. 1940s-50s. Brass, leather and plastic. Adjustable shade.
H: 49 cm D: 35 cm
Rare table lamp by Hans-Agne Jakobsson, Markaryd, Sweden. Model nr B-125. Solid brass and purple glass shade.
H: 42 cm
W: 22 cm
Grasshopper or “Gräshoppa” Floor lamp by Greta Magnusson-Grossman for Bergboms, Malmö, Sweden. Black lacquered metal and brass details. This is a first and original edition from the 1940s in its original mint condition. The lamp was recently rewired to comply with modern electrical standards.
Greta Magnusson-Grossman was one of Sweden’s most iconic 20th century Scandinavian designer.
Floor lamp for Stilnovo, Italy, 1950s. Black painted metal and brass base. White glass shade.
H: 112 cm
Dark green and white painted steel. Chromed steel. 1960s Carries a lable to the underside DORIA 00 439 127. H: 21 cm W: 18 cm D: 8 cm
Oregon Pine lamp in shape of a cone. Model Conus designed by Jørgen Wolf for Christian A. Wolf. 1950s. H: 55 cm
Wall lamps by Uno & Östen Kristiansson for Luxus, Vittsjö, Sweden. Cylindrical white plastic shades and oak wood base.
H: 24 cm W: 22 cm Shade D: 15 cm
Sterling silver ring with malakite by Ander Ericson, Kristianstad, Sweden. Marked Z9 for 1974.
Size: 16 mm
18 ct gold ring by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. With three fitted citrines. Marked O9 for 1964.
The stones measure 6 x 6 mm /each.
Ring size 16 1/4 mm / US 5,5
A very rare, perfect condition, brooch in blue and white enamel on silver. The depiction of the viking ship in the clear blue sea was a popular pattern in the norwegian silver jewelry tradition. Albert Scharning carried on the tradion. Produced in the 1940s to 1950s.
Length 55 mm
Width 47 mm
Sterling silver ring by Björn Weckström for Lapponia, Finland. Marked S7 for 1971.
Size: 16,5 mm
Sterling silver bracelet with high relief decor in gold, South America. 1950-1960s.
H: 65 mm D: 60 mm
Sterling silver pendant Cresent Moon by Tapio Wirkkala for Nestor Westerback, Finland. Marked T7 for 1972.
18 ct gold ring by Björn Weckström for Lapponia, Finland. Gold Turrets. Marked A8 for 1978.
Size: 17,5 mm
Early gold brooch designed by Björn Weckström for Lapponia, Finland. Dated 1964.
18 ct gold and a square smoky quartz.
Size: 30x35 mm
Sterling silver and rock crystal brooch by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. Original box. Marked V8 for 1947.
L: 77 mm
Bronze necklace/brooch Mustang with large pendant by Björn Weckström for Lapponia, Finland.