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  • Brass and copper up-light floor lamp
    MG 1869 RED WEB

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    SOLD - Brass and copper up-light floor lamp by Louis Poulsen

    This up-light floor lamp with a brass stem and copper shade was manufactured in the 1930s by Louis Poulsen. It is marked 'L. P. 553' H. 165 cm. (65")    
  • Pair of brass and copper up-light floor lamps by Louis Poulsen
    Pair of brass and copper up-light floor lamps by Louis Poulsen

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    Pair of brass and copper up-light floor lamps by Louis Poulsen

    This pair of up-light floor lamps with browned brass stem and copper shades was manufactured in the 1930s by Louis Poulsen. They both have model number '4332' impressed. H. 166 cm. (65") W. of shade 30 cm (11,8")
  • Square black and white earthenware vase by Svend Hammershøi
    MG 1017 RED WEB

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    Square black and white earthenware vase by Svend Hammershøi

    This square earthenware vase designed by Svend Hammershøi (1873-1948) is decorated with black and white double glaze. It was manufactured by Herman A. Kähler, Denmark in the 1940s. The vase is incised with ‘HAK, Denmark’ monogram. H. 12 cm. (4,73")
  • Bottle-shaped vase with plant motifs by Axel Salto
    MG 2369 RED WEB

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    SOLD - Bottle-shaped vase with plant motifs by Axel Salto

    This small bottle-shaped stoneware vase by Axel Salto (1889-1961) is modelled with plant motifs in relief and is decorated with matt brown/black glaze, so-called "bear" glaze. The vase was made in 1956 and is signed Salto, 21475. Royal Copenhagen. Denmark. H. 8 cm. (3,15")
  • Stoneware lamp modelled with fluted patterns by Axel Salto
    MG 2320 RED WEB

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    SOLD - Stoneware lamp modelled with fluted patterns by Axel Salto

    This stoneware lamp by Axel Salto (1898-1961) is modelled with fluted patterns and is decorated with Sung glaze with blue and green elements.

    The lamp is signed Salto, 21491. Royal Copenhagen. Denmark.

    H. incl. shade fitting 53 cm. (20,9")

    H. without socket 31 cm. (12,2")

    W. approx. 15 cm. (5,9")

  • Rare edition of the China chair in walnut by Hans J. Wegner
    MG 2136 RED WEB

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    SOLD - Rare edition of the China chair in walnut by Hans J. Wegner

    This rare edition of the "China chair" by Danish architect Hans J. Wegner (1914-2007) has a frame of walnut. If has a loose seat cushion upholstered with patinated natural leather, fitted with buttons. The modelnumber is FH4283 and it was designed in 1944. This particular chair was executed in 1977 by Fritz Hansen. It is a limited jubilee edition of 250 chairs. The chair  is no. 164/250. It has the maker's silver plaque in back and maker's label. Exhibited: The model was exhibited at the Spring Exhibition of Danish Arts and Crafts in 1944 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Literature: Noritsugu Oda, "Danish Chairs", 1999. p. 104-105.
  • Circular coffee table manufactured by Georg Kofoed
    MG 0155 RED WEB 1

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    Round coffee table of patinated oak by Georg Kofoed

    This circular coffee table of patinated oak by Georg Kofoed (1872-1936) has a lower circular stretcher. It is mounted on oblique legs. The table was executed by Georg Kofoed, St. Kongensgade 27, Copenhagen. ca. in the 1940s. H. 50 cm. (20") W. 70 cm. (27,5")
  • Unique double-sided partner's desk by Severin Hansen Jr.
    MG 0288 RED WEB

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    Unique double-sided partner's desk by Severin Hansen Junior

    This unique freestanding double-sided partner's desk is made of teak and mounted on tapering legs. Both fronts has three drawers in rail, fitted with keyholes in brass. It was made by special order late in the 1950s. The desk was executed and marked by Haslev Møbelsnedkeri, Denmark. The table was made with an adjustable height. Approximately 10 cm. of the legs can be removed and attached. Two keys are included. H. 73 cm. (28,7") W. 124 cm. (48,8") L. 119 cm. (46,9")
  • Large brass table lamp with travertine foot
    MG 0549 RED WEB

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    This large brass table lamp has a travertine (form of limestone) foot. It is possible to adjust the height of the lamp. It was executed ca. in the 1960s.
  • Large blue lamp with pierced leaf pattern for Michael Andersen ceramics
    MG 3592 RED WEB

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    Large blue table lamp with pierced leaf pattern for Michael Andersen Stoneware

    This large table lamp of blue glazed ceramics with pierced leaf pattern was executed by Michael Andersen Stoneware ca. in the 1930’s. The lamp has the Michael Andersen monogram depicting three fish in a triangular coat of arms – the city arms of Rønne in Bornholm, Denmark. H. 34 cm. (13,4") H. incl. lamp top 55,5 cm. (21,9")
  • nesting tables of Cuban mahogany designed in 1938 and manufactured by master cabinetmaker Jacob Kjær
    MG 2993 RED WEB

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    Very early nesting tables of Cuban mahogany by Jacob Kjær

    Three very early nesting tables of Cuban mahogany were designed in 1938 and executed by master cabinetmaker Jacob Kjær (1896-1957). Exhibited: The present model was exhibited at the ‘Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ 12th Guild exhibition’, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, stand 64, Sep. 15. – Oct. 2. 1938. Literature: Grete Jalk, ed., 40 years of Danish furniture design: the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild exhibitions 1927-1966; Dansk møbelkunst gennem 40 aar: Københavns Snedkerlaugs møbeludstillinger 1927-1966, Copenhagen, 1987, Volume 2, pp. 52-53, ill. p. 53. H. 49,5-53 cm. (20") L. 46-53 cm. (20") W. 33-37 cm. (13,5")
  • Very rare asymmetric asymmetrical armchair arm chair with Niger leather by Steen Eiler Rasmussen
    MG 9540 RED WEB

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    SOLD - Rare asymmetric arm chair with Niger leather by Steen Eiler Rasmussen

    This very rare asymmetric arm chair was named the 'Make-yourself-at-home'-chair by the man behind the design architect Steen Eiler Rasmussen (1898-1990). He designed the chair in 1936. It is upholstered with Niger leather with legs of mahogany stained beech. The asymmetrical chair was executed by master cabinetmaker A.J. Iversen. To our knowledge only a total of four known examples. Two of those – a set of mirrored twins – are currently found at Ringsted city hall. Exhibited: The present model was exhibited at the ‘Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild exhibition’, Kunstindustrimuseet, Copenhagen, 30 Sep – 16 Oct 1949, stand 20. Press: Danish newspaper ‘Politiken’, 30th Sep. 1949, p. 10 Professor of Architecture at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen Steen Eiler Rasmussen, probably best known as a specialist in town planning, has designed an easy chair for A.J. Iversen. The back is high in one side to provide support for the shoulders and then drops steeply to satisfy the need for a place to rest one’s elbow – an inclination we all have after sitting a while. For the same reason one armrest is only half the height of the other. A high armrest is uncomfortable if one whishes to sit with one’s leg over the side of the chair. Steen Eiler Rasmussen’s chair epitomizes the present exhibition: somewhat old-fashioned in its form and yet with great measure of freedom in the practical application. Press: Danish newspaper ‘Nationaltidende’, 30 Sep 1949, p 5: The professor himself calls the chair the make-youself-at-home-chair. He got the idea on the ferry to England, where he noticed how especially gentlemen had a habit of putting their legs over the arm rest to relax. But ordinary chairs aren’t suited for that as opposed to Eiler Rasmussen’s chair which only has a high back on one side. It would be especially practical as an executive office chair. Guests will be more inclined to feel at ease when they are offered a seat in the make-yourself-at-home-chair.   H. 102 cm. (40,16") W. 75 cm. (29,5") D. 82,5 cm. (32,5")
  • Rare pair of stained beech easy chairs with woven sea grass by Danish architect Frits Schlegel
    MG 2329 RED WEB

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    SOLD - Rare pair of easy chairs with woven sea grass by Frits Schlegel

    This very rare pair of easy chairs with stained beech frame was designed by Frits Schlegel (1896-1965). Their seats and backs upholstered are with original woven sea grass. The chair model number is 1641. They were executed ca. 1930 by Fritz Hansen. Both chairs have the original paper label from Fritz Hansen with handwritten model and order number. Only two examples executed as per the paper label.

    Literature: Fritz Hansen catalogue 1942.

     
  • Highback rocking chair in ash with canvas seat by Kaare Klint
    Kaare Klint Rocking Chair Side3

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    SOLD - Highback rocking chair in ash with canvas seat by Kaare Klint

    This highback rocking chair designed by Kaare Klint (1888-1954) has a frame of ash wood and a braided beige canvas seat. The chair was designed in 1942 and executed by Rud. Rasmusen, Denmark. ca. 1948. The model number is 6356. Seating height. 40 cm. (15,75") Provenance:  Architect Ornebjerg. Purchased 1948 for his apartment in Frederiksberg.
  • Very rare set of 4 Cuba mahogany chairs with original niger leather and brass nails designed by Kaj Gottlob and executed by Iversen
    MG 9697 RED WEB

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    Very rare set of Niger leather chairs by Kaj Gottlob

    This very rare set of four chairs was designed ca. 1935 by Kaj Gottlob (1887-1976). The chairs are made of Cuba mahogany and upholstered with original patinated Niger leather as well as fitted with brass nails. Executed ca. 1935 by master cabinetmaker A. J. Iversen, Copenhagen. Exhibited: The present model was among the more than 250 carefully selected pieces exhibited at the ‘Masterpieces: 100 Years of Danish Cabinetmaking’, Kronborg Castle, Helsingør, 13. October – 3. December 2000. Literature: Bodil Busk Laursen, Søren Matz and Christian Holmsted Olesen, eds., Mesterværker: 100 års dansk møbelsnedkeri, Copenhagen, 2003, p. 131. H. 85 cm. (33,5") D. 48 cm. (18,9") W. 45-53 cm. (17,7"-20,9")
  • Set of six chairs with Niger leather by Frits Henningsen
    MG 1996 RED WEB

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    SOLD - Set of six chairs with Niger leather by Frits Henningsen

    This set of six chairs by master cabinetmaker Frits Henningsen (1889-1965) with profiled frames of oak has seats and backs upholstered with original patinated Niger leather. Backs fitted with brass nails. Executed in Denmark ca. in the 1930s. Seat height approx. 44 cm. (17,3") W. 48 cm. (18,9") L. 49 cm. (19,3")
  • Rare wing back chair in Niger leather by Danish furniture arcitect Børge Mogensen
    MG 9594 RED WEB

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    SOLD - Rare wing back chair in Niger leather by Børge Mogensen

    This rare and large wingback armchair was designed by Børge Mogensen (1914-1972) in 1944 and executed the same year by master cabinetmaker Jacob Kjær, Copenhagen, Denmark. The frame is of Brazilian rosewood and it is upholstered with Niger leather. The present model executed in Brazilian rosewood is extremely rare. The very few existing examples of this model are executed respectively in beech, mahogany and rosewood, making this present model in the fine Brazilian rosewood and Niger leather extraordinaire.

    Exhibited: The present model was exhibited at the ‘Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild’, Kunstindustrimuseet, Copenhagen, 1944, stand 25 and again at the ‘Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild’, Kunstindustrimuseet, Copenhagen, 1947, stand 25.

    Literature: Dansk møbelkunst gennem 40 aar: Københavns Snedkerlaugs møbeludstillinger 1927-1966/ Jalk, Grethe - Tåstrup, 1987, Vol. 2, p. 233 and Vol. 3 p. 23.