Georges Jouve (France, 1910- 1964) &/for Marcel Asselbur

Rare 1950s wall mirror / coat hanger with four brass arms each with a black ceramic sculptural form attached. Made for and in part with Marcel Asselbur (the two collaborated throughout the 1950s to produce domestic items)

Good condition – minimal signs of age/use.

*On Hold*.

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Ilmari Tapiovaara (Finland 1914-1999)

Laukaan Puu. Finland 1950s

Stained pine. [Two with burnished manufacturer’s markings].

Three rare modular book shelves designed as part of a complete storage system.


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Wilhelm Schmidt (Austria 1845-1938)

Oak & rope armchairs for Prag-Rudniker. Austria. Circa 1900-1920s.


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Bas van Pelt (Netherlands, 1900-1945)

Rare pair of oak side chairs for My Home. 1930s.

Burnished designer name to underside.


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Frank Guille (United Kingdom, 1927-2018)

A ‘Trimma’ cabinet/sideboard. 1950s.

Plywood and beech wood with yellow formica top.

Frank Guille was one of Britain’s finest mid-century designers. His work was defined by a dedication to function, utility and simplicity.

Under a string of brilliant teachers, Frank Guille was shaped to become part of a new wave of designers. He first learned from English masters Robin Day and Gordon Russell. Later, on scholarship in Copenhagen, he studied under one of the founders of Danish modern furniture design – Kaare Klint“. [Mr.Bigglesworthy website]



Alvar Aalto (Finland 1898-1976)

Model 297 five drawer lockable birch cabinet.

Designed in the 1940s – This is a 1960s production for Artek (printed manufacturer’s markings to the base)


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Alvar Aalto (Finland 1898-1976)

H Leg / H94 extending table. 1950s. Birch and ash with painted cast metal sockets. Manufactured by O.y.Huonekalu-ja Rakennustyötehdas A.b, Turku for Artek.

A rare example of Alvar Aalto’s later designs.