Cuban mahogany armchair with patinated leather by Jacob Kjær
This armchair with a profiled Cuban mahogany frame has its seat and back upholstered with patinated original natural leather, fitted with brass nails.
It was made in the 1930s by master cabinetmaker Jacob Kjær (1896-1957).
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")
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.
Very rare easy chair with curvy armrests by Nanna Ditzel & Jørgen Ditzel
This very rare easy chair was designed ca. 1950 by fellow architects and husband and wife Jørgen and Nanna Ditzel (1921-1961 and 1923-2005).
The chair has curvy armrests and stained beech legs. The sides, seat and back upholstered with original greenish plush.
The model name is 'AP 14'.
This chair was was executed 1950 by AP Stolen, which in the 1950s was one of the leading furniture and upholstery stores in Copenhagen, Denmark owned and founded by cabinetmaker Anker Petersen.