Designer unknown

Arne Jacobsen

W : 65 cm x H: 75 cm x D : 51 cm  

Borge Mogensen

Bench by Børge Mogensen, manufactured and marked by Karl Andersson & Söner.

H : 44 cm x L : 170 cm x W : 50 cm.

Alvar Aalto

Rectangular table (Model 81b) and 6 chairs (model66) by Alvar Aalto  made by Artek (made in the 70’s)

Dimensions : D : 75cm W : 150cm H : 72cm

Charles and Ray Eames

LCM chair - Lounge Height (D) Side Chair (C) on Metal (M) Rod Base. The LCM was the lounger edition of the metal leg plywood chairs developed by Charles Eames in collaboration with the Evans Plywood Company. Original black aniline dye finish. Evans Edition, 1947.

H : 67 cm x W : 57 cm x D : 59 cm x SH : 38 cm

George Mulhauser

Walnut plywood chair designed by George Mulhauser and manufactured by Plycraft of Lawrence, Massachusetts. American, circa 1960.

H: 73,5 cm x W: 45,5 cm x D : 48cm x SH : 44,5 cm

Charles and Ray Eames SOLD

Dining Chair Wood (DCW) from Charles & Ray Eames. This plywood chair is a first edition (1946/47) by Evans for Herman Miller and has the original Evans label. In 1946, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) introduced the world to the “Eames Plywood Chair” with a show called New Furniture Designed by Charles Eames. All Eames designs were made by Charles and Ray in equal collaboration. Such a partnership was considered inconceivable by most people from their generation. Beech 1946-47 H : 73cm x HS : 43cm  x W : 49cm x D : 52cm

Cees Braakman SOLD

Dining Chair by Cees Braakman for Pastoe, 1960s  

René Holten

Artifort Nina F765 chair Recent edition H : 79 cm x W : 62 cm x D : 62 cm

Hans Wegner

Two places sofa, model GE-260, manufactured by GETAMA in Gedsted, Denmark in the 1950s, designed by Hans J. Wegner. The solid oak frame has the original oiled finish and brass hardware. Brandnew upholstered. W : 150 cm x D : 70 cm x H : 78 cm

Hans Wegner

Hans Wegner for Getama. A pair of GE 375 armchairs in oak and new green upholstery. Model 375. H : 93 cm x W : 64 cm x D : 93 cm Seat height : 42 cm

Poul Hundevad

Poul Hundevad "Guldhøj Stool". Oak stool with folding frame. Top with patinated black coloured leather seat. Model PH 41. Vamdrup Stolefabrik The "Gold Hill Chair" is a folding chair from the older bronceage, found in a gravehole near Vamdrup. This chair is a copy from the oldest existing piece of furniture in Scandinavia. Denmark 1970's H 36 cm x W 40 cm x D 48 cm

Alvar Aalto

4 chairs model 69 by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Finland, 1980's Upholstered seat, brown fabric.  

Charles Eames

MKX-2 wire side chair by Charles Eames for Herman Miller, circa 1954 Bikini upholstered in a medium height for reading or relaxing. Black metal legs, two-piece pad H : 73cm x W :4 8,2cm x D : 55,8cm x SH : 42,8cm "The abbreviated Eames DKX Chair, part of the Wire Mesh Series, stood for Dining (D) Height, K-Wire (K) Chair on X Base (X). The MKX is the same only in a shorter medium (M) height. The LKX was the lounge (L) height version. As with all the mesh series, the numbers represented the upholstery cut, with 1 meaning the full chair cover and 2 the two-part ‘bikini’ version. The first release of the four-legged X base version was in two sizes, the Dining (DKX) and the Lounge height (LKX) versions. In 1954, following the same development of the bases of the plastic series chairs, the LKX was discontinued and replaced with an ever-so-slightly higher version deemed the Medium (MKX) height Wire chair. The X in the name of the DKX, LKX and MKX stands for the X base, an original patterned base with a clear criss-cross where the base joins the top. This base was developed for the plastic series and was later utilized for the wire mesh chairs. The X base was replaced in 1954 for the lighter and more versatile ‘H Base’ but for the sake of continuity the X in the name stayed, even to this day with the later re-launch." https://eames.com/en/dkx    

Unknown Designer

Small organic rattan chair from the seventies. H : 65cm HS : 19cm W : 85 cm D : 73 cm

Unknown designer

Beech and beech plywood. Foldable, width 60 cm x depth 48 cm x height 76 cm  

Robin Day

Childsply chair by Robin Day for John Haddock. In 1999 Robin Day supported a charitable exhibition conceived by twentytwentyone (London) to raise money for the Children's Hope Foundation. Along with 12 other leading designers Robin was invited to design a child's chair from a single piece of plywood. The project was called Childsply. Two of the chairs were made by Windmill Furniture and auctioned off. Subsquently twentytwentyone commissioned a further 30 of the chairs to be made by Robin's friend John Haddock. It is one of these. Robin Day proposed a design that allowed several chairs to be cut from a single sheet of plywood but despite the apparently simple design and efficient cutting programme, the Childsply chair is a complex construction that marries flat-cut and formed plywood. Dimensions : H : 28/48cm x W : 35cm x D : 44cm

Lisa Johansson-Pape

A lounge chair by Lisa Johansson-Pape for Keravan Puusepäntehdas Oy, Finland, 1940s. Reupholstered with grey fabric. Height 73 cm Width 71 cm Depth 70 cm Seat height 40 cm

Ilmari Tapiovaara

Upholstered Nana chair by Ilmari Tapiovaara for Merivaara, Finland. Plywood armrests, Black metal base, chocolate original faux leather.
 
This chair is in its orignal condition and bears the manufacturer’s label.

Designer unknown

A classic three seater in black patinated leather. Classic, solid and timeless piece of design from Denmark. H : 70 cm - W : 208 cm - D : 80 cm

Jules Wabbes

Stool by Jules Wabbes made by Bergwood. In steel and faux leather. Circa 1974 In very great condition.

45 cm x 50 cm
ht 44 cm

Jacques Hitier

Mullca 300 Children's chair by Jacques Hitier, circa 1949

Wim Rietveld

Chaise 116 Édition Gispen Hollande 1952 En superbe état d'origine Assise et dossier : hêtre Structure : métal peint gris L: 47 cm x l: 50cm x H : 76cm Chair 116 by Wim Rietveld for Gispen, 1952, in superb original condition. Seat and backrest made out of beech. Frame made of steel