Arne Vodder (Denmark 1926-2009)
Rosewood storage unit with built in bar for Sibast Møbelfabrik , Denmark 1960s.
Fully labelled with Danish/factory metal plaque.
This portable bar has a sliding top that reveals a tiered internal shelving system for bottles and glasses. To the front it has four drawers and an open storage area.
This classic Danish design is popular due to its multi-functional uses.
It measures 75cm x 75cm x 61cm high.
Vanity / dressing table-desk_Design attributed to either W.Penaat or H.Wouda.
Produced by Pander & Zonen 1920s
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.
Maison Jansen (Paris, France)
1970s Pair of wall lights / sconces. Brass metal.
1960s small constructivist coffee trolley/table in the manner of Metz & Co.
This modernist table is composed of various sections that clip together using press studs normally found on clothing.
Modernist stools. Circa 1920s-40s.
These stools are believed to be of Swedish or German origin.
There are small differences in the structure as seen.
Bram van den Berg (Nl)
Stained pine wood chair.
A rare chair made after a commission from Bas van Pelt / The Hague. Circa 1953 for the youth hostel at Ockenberg-Kijckduin in The Netherlands.
This chair’s rudimentary but simple form and functional design typifies the spirit of the utilitarian design movement that surrounded the WWII period in Europe.