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Ilmari Tapiovaara (Finland 1914-1999)

Pirkka stool for Laukaan Puu. Finland. 1950s.

Marked to the underside with full designer/ company brandished markings.

Price: 1150 Euro

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Alexandre Noll (France, 1890-1970)

Lidded ebony wood box, signed

French sculptor and woodworker was well know for his dogmatic belief in wood, both as a material and for its spiritual qualities; the relationship between humankind and nature. His works extend to domestic objects and sometimes into the realm of sculpture – Noll was one of the most important forces in the mid-c20th who actively maintained the need to blur the distinctions between the arts and the crafts. His work reveals the organic continuity in all objects.

This exceptionally large sized, important piece by the artist (approx. 22cm long) has been carved in two parts from one large piece of dark madagascan ebony wood. It is signed underneath by the artist.

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Be Niegeman Brand (Dutch mid-c20th)

Model NG-11 Beech and maple wood armchair – Goed Wonen 1950.

A rare NG-11 armchair from 1950 designed by B.Niegeman-Brand, the wife of the architect/designer Johan Niegeman (1902-77). Original fabric covers in two tones of grey wool.

Produced by the Dutch Goed Wonen (Good Living foundation, Amsterdam 1946-1968) whose aims were to “…bring living in the Netherlands to a higher level by improving the interior design in the broadest sense of the word, by promoting the production and distribution of furniture, upholstery, utensils, etc., which meet certain aesthetic, technical and social requirements.” 

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Lit.: The chair is featured in the Goed Wonen, fifth year – Number 5 from 1952 (see image)

Provenance: This item comes with full provenance which will be supplied with the item.