IMG_1473

1930s Oregon Pine constructed table.

Unknown origin – possibly Scandinavian.

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bas van pelt

Bas van Pelt (Netherlands, 1900-1945)

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

Burnished designer name to underside.

PoA.

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P1290181 (2)

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]

PoA.

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P1280908

Josef Hoffmann (Austria 1870-1956)

Wiener Kunstschau armchair. 1906.

Early c20th / Thonet Mundus edition.

POA.

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P1280895

P1280890

Elm wood rush seated chair retailed by Bas van Pelt.

Circa 1930s / Flat-packable (5 parts & wedges)

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