1970s Italian dining table.
Lacquered wood, chromed metal and glass.
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.
Alvar Aalto (Finland 1898-1976)
Rare x3 Model 60 stacking stools. 1930s. Finmar production.
Finmar labels to the underside on two of the stools (the other shows evidence of where the label once was).
Each has a great colour and patina. The Finmar labels are recognised evidence of them being early edition genuine 1930s stools.
(Please see our other posts for more Aalto finmar furniture)
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]
W.H. Gispen (Dutch 1890-1981)
A model 5012 desk lamp in brass. Manufactured between 1931-38.