Bent Møller Jepsen, Seating
Sofa set with pink mohair by Bent Møller JepsenThese two sculptural easy chairs and matching sofa have teak legs and large teak arm handles. Their seat, back and sides are upholstered with pink mohair fabric and the back fitted with buttons. The model is a variant of the so called ”TV Chair”-model designed 1950s. The set was executed by Danish manufacturer Simo in the 1950s.
Rare bamboo and rattan furniture set by Flemming LassenThis important bamboo and rattan furniture set by architect Flemming Lassen (1902-1984) consists of a unique two-seater sofa and three easy chairs. The circular coffee table, top and shelf of raw glass by architect Jørgen Rohweder (1904-1994). Original cushions included, upholstered with green striped “Capsella” fabric designed by Danish textile artist Helga Foghs (1902-1974). The lounge chairs are model umber 340 and they were designed in 1940 and exhibited at Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition in 1940. These examples manufactured 1940 by E.V.A. Nissen & Co. LITERATURE: Sigvard Bernadotte & Johs. Lehm-Laursen, Moderne Dansk Boligkunst, 1947, Vol 2, p. 184. Sketch drawning courtesy of the Danish National Art Library. Sofa: L. 129 cm. Table: H. 58,5 cm. Diam. 67 cm.
Ceramics, Carl Halier
Set of three Sung glazed stoneware dishes by Carl HalierThis set of three round stoneware dishes designed by Carl Halier (1873-1948) is decorated in sung glaze with blue and greenish details. They were manufactured for Royal Copenhagen, Denmark. They are signed with monogram and model number. Small dish: No. 21821, executed 1963. H. 3 cm. (1,2″) W. 12 cm (4,7″) Medium dish: No. 21822, executed 1963. H. 3,5 cm. (1,4″) W. 16 cm (6,3″) Large dish: No. 21824, executed 1966. H. 4,5 cm. (1,8″) W. 24,5 cm (9,7″)
Vilhelm Lauritzen, Lighting
A set of four large golden brass pendants by Vilhelm Lauritzen'The Gold Pendant' (Guldpendel) as it is called was designed for The People's House in Copenhagen in 1956 by Vilhelm Lauritzen (1894-1984). Here is a set of four of these large golden brass pendants with perforated shades. The patented system inside the brass stem allows the length of the cord to be adjusted. The pendants were executed by Louis Poulsen, Denmark. H. 36,5 cm. (14,37 in.) W. 18 cm. (7,09 in.)
Sold products, Kaj Gottlob
Very rare set of Niger leather chairs by Kaj GottlobThis 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")
Scandinavian designer, Seating
Set of patinated birch chairs with bars in back by Scandinavian designerSet of patinated birch chairs with bars in the back. The legs are slightly club-shaped. Executed ca. 1940s. 7 chairs in total available. Seat height approx. 44 cm. (17,3")
Sold products, Frits Henningsen
SOLD - Set of six chairs with Niger leather by Frits HenningsenThis 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")