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Dining Chairs & Tables

  • Teak tile topped nest of 3 occasion tables (Denmark) 1970s

    Teak tile topped nest of 3 occasion tables (Denmark) 1970s

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    A 1970's Danish teak and tile-topped nest of three occasional tables.  

    These have been cleverly designed using felt inside the runners so the tables move smoothly into position under one another.

    Dimensions,

    Max. 52 x 36 cm

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  • A Thonet Model 209 bentwood armchair with a bergere seat (1970s)

    A Thonet Model 209 bentwood armchair with a bergere seat (1970s)

    £900.00

    A Thonet Model 209 bentwood armchair with a bergere seat.

    The B9/209 chair or Wiener Stuhl was designed around 1900 by J & J Kohn/Thonet. The chair has gained fame partly because it was a favourite of the French designer Le Corbusier and also found a place in his interiors. This  chair was produced by Thonet in 1979. Marked under the seat.

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  • Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen, 'Series 7' bentwood stacking chair (1960s) Denmark

    Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen, 'Series 7' bentwood stacking chair (1960s) Denmark

    £500.00

    Series 7 chair in teak with steel legs. Designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen in 1955

    Dimensions, w 45, d 38, H 76 cm

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  • An Antelope chair by Ernest Race (1950s) UK

    An Antelope chair by Ernest Race (1950s) UK

    £450.00

    A 1950's 'Antelope' chair by Ernest Race, the white metalwork frame supporting a bentwood seat.  this is in excellent condition having been recently restored and resprayed.

    Dimensions

    50w x 53d x 80cmh


    Ernest Race was a notable British industrial designer known for his innovative furniture designs in the mid-20th century. Born in 1913, Race made significant contributions to the world of furniture design, particularly through his work with the company he co-founded, Race Furniture, in 1945. One of his most iconic designs is the Antelope Chair, which showcases his distinctive style and ingenuity.

    The Antelope Chair, designed in 1951 for the Festival of Britain, is a prime example of Race's ability to blend modern aesthetics with functional design. The chair features a metal frame and a molded plywood seat, reflecting the post-war era's emphasis on new materials and manufacturing techniques. Its playful, almost whimsical form, with splayed legs and an airy structure, embodies the optimistic spirit of the time. The Antelope Chair became a symbol of British modernism and received critical acclaim for its innovative use of materials and elegant design.

    Ernest Race's work, including the Antelope Chair, remains influential in the field of design. His pieces are celebrated for their combination of practicality, comfort, and stylish minimalism, continuing to inspire designers and collectors around the world. Race's contribution to industrial design was significant, and his legacy lives on through his timeless creations.

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  • Drop Leaf 8 Seater Dining Table by Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard for France & Son (1950-60)

    Drop Leaf 8 Seater Dining Table by Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard for France & Son (1950-60)

    £3,250.00

    This large, teak, drop leaf dining table was designed by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard.  Manufactured by France and Son of Denmark between 1950 and 1960.  The table has beautiful, sculptural legs, which open using piano and brass ball hinges.  The top is made in solid teak with a stunning grain. The table top has been lightly sanded and oiled using danish oil, it retains a few light marks, clearly photographed. The table will comfortably seat six to eight diners.

    Makers Mark is clearly visible on underside

    Chairs not included

    Dimensions,

    Width - 162 cm

    Depth 141 cm

    Height 72 cm


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  • Set of 6 dining chairs by Erik Buch for OD Møbler (19760s) Denmark

    Set of 6 dining chairs by Erik Buch for OD Møbler (19760s) Denmark

    £3,000.00

    Set of six chairs designed by Erik Buch for OD Møbler, Model 49 and 50, comprising four dining chairs and two elbow chairs in excellent condition, all wood cleaned and oiled

    Height: 31.25 in (79.38 cm)Width: 19.5 in (49.53 cm)Depth: 20.5 in (52.07 cm)

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  • Aformosia dining table by John Herbert for A Younger ltd (1960s)

    Aformosia dining table by John Herbert for A Younger ltd (1960s)

    £2,000.00

    A stunning midcentury dining table made from African Aformosia wood.  

    We have taken great care in sanding and oiling this table which now has a deep, rich colouring and a stunning grain (Erik Buch chairs sold separately)

    Dimensions L167cm x D80cm x H75cm

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  • Teak console tabel, 1960s (Denmark)

    Teak console tabel, 1960s (Denmark)

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    This lovely teak two-drawer side console table has inverted handles and tapered legs. It has been sanded and danish oiled.  

    Dimensions

    W. 80 cm

    H  55 cm

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  • 4 Brno chairs in Tan Leather by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll

    4 Brno chairs in Tan Leather by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll

    £2,800.00

    These 4 classic midcentury Brno dining chairs in tan leather for Knoll are in excellent condition, showing very little use. the makers mark is clearly visible

    Originally created for the bedroom of Mies van der Rohe's Villa Tugendhat and manufactured by Knoll ever since.  The modernist cantilever chair consists of a tubular steel frame made from one single piece and a fully upholstered wood and foam seat.

    Dimensions;

    Height 79cm

    Width 58cm

    Depth 58 cm

    Seat Height 44cm

    This price is for the set of 4 chairs

    Please contact us if you would like to view these in our st Albans Studio

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