Rosewood coffee table with brass details by Frits Henningsen
This coffee table of Brazilian rosewood was designed and executed by cabinetmaker Frits Henningsen (1889-1965). It has a profiled edge and an apron. And there are two drawers on each sidewith brass handles. The legs are fitted withbrass shoes.
This nesting table with a beech frame by Poul Hundevad (1917-2011) has a tabletop of teak with brass fittings. It consists of one larger rectangular table and four smaller round drop-leaf folding tables.
Made in the 1960s.
H. 53 cm. (20,9")
L. 62 cm. (24,4")
W. 42 cm. (16,5")
Unique cherry and rosewood side table by Hans J. Wegner
This unique side table was designed and executed in 1948 by Danish architect Hans J. Wegner (1914-2007) and master cabinetmaker Johannes Hansen (1886-1961).
It has a cherry wood frame. There are three drawers on the front and a shelf below. The feet are of solid rosewood.
Provenance: Architect Tang Ørnebjerg. The side table was made by special order for his apartment in Frederiksberg. It was purchased in 1948 directly from Johannes Hansen in Bredgade, Copenhagen.
A sketch drawing of the side table plus original receipt with Mr. Wegner’s own signature included.
H. 67 cm. (26,4")
L. 65 cm. (25,6")
W. 45 cm. (17,7")
Three legged side table in Brazilian rosewood by William Watting
This three legged side table in Brazilian Rosewood has three stretchers below joining at the center.
The table was made ca. in the 1940s by William Watting.
Watting was an American architect, who had a fine furniture store in Copenhagen, Denmark in the 1940s, 50s and 60s. He designed end executed pieces himself as well as sold other high quality modern furniture.
Literature: Advertised in "Nyt tidsskrift for kunstindustri", 1947.
H. 54 cm. (21,2”)
Rare table with decorative tiles on top and brass legs by Bjørn Wiinblad
This square table by Danish multi-artist Bjørn Wiinblad (1918-2006) has a total of no less than 196 handpainted tiles on top. The tabletop frame is made from wenge and the legs are brass.
It was designed and executed in 1960 for luxury department store Illums Bolighus.
Bjørn Wiinblad was one of Danmark’s the most versatile and successful artist ever. He applied his creativity to ever so many materials - ceramics, glass, porcelain, paper, and when creating furniture often added precious woods and metals.
The table is signed by Wiinblad and it has a plaque from Illums Bolighus under tabletop.
H. 49 cm. (19,3")
W. 73,5 (29”) x 73,5 (29”)