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Bas van Pelt (Netherlands, 1900-1945)

EMS, My Home. 1930s

Bas Van Pelt┬ádesign modernist chair – The chair has been confirmed by the Bas van Pelt archives as being as a possible prototype and if not, a very rare design. Bas van Pelt often designed experimental furniture to place in the shop window and would only have the designs produced when the appropriate number of orders were received.

Bas van Pelt began his shop ‘My Home’ in The Hague, Netherlands in 1931 and within a short period the company opened showrooms in other cities such as Maastricht and Amsterdam. The domestic interior design firm focused on producing high-quality modern interior furniture. Eventually right up until into the 1990s Bas van Pelt furniture and fabrics were also sold throughout The Netherlands and beyond by well-known modernist suppliers and manufacturers such as Thonet, D3, LOV and Gispen.

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Dom Hans van der Laan [Netherlands 1904-1991]
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An early example of the furniture designed by the Benedictine monk/architect Dom Hans van der Laan. This oak bench (settle) came out of the Sint Stanislas Chapel, built in 1955/56 in the city of Delft in the Netherlands (building by Jan vd Laan, brother of Hans). It would have mostly likely been removed at the time when the chapel was refurbished in the 1980s-90s.

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p1140774

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.

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P1230231

Marcel Breuer (Hungary/usa 1902-1981)

First edition model b34 cantilever chair from the 1920s/30s for Thonet.

These early versions had the curved under-seat to the frame.

The thick velvet type fabric to the seat and back have been on the chair for many years. They may be original to the chair as we have found Breuer chairs in the Bauhaus archives with the same type of fabric.

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Jan van Bommel (Dutch mid c20th)

Unique table.

The Dutch architect Jan van Bommel designed this table as part of a private commission in the 1950s in Rotterdam. The table was purchased directly from the first owner.

Solid teak top with steel and wooden legs.

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Hein Stolle (NL. 1924 – 2006)

Small ‘Stolwijk’ table. Plywood and steel – Original paint.

Spectrum furniture. 1954-55

Produced for a limited period only. This rare table was designed by Hein Stolle.

Stolle was a Dutch architect and furniture designer. From 1946-1950 he was a member of the Groep &, alongside Wim den Boon and Pierre Kleykamp and during the early 1950s, in collaboration, with Martin Visser he designed furniture for the department stores de Bijenkorf and Metz & Co.

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P1220955

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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