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This week's collection


  • J18 'black edition' rocking chair by Hans Wegner for FDB Möbkler (Denmark) 1944

    J18 'black edition' rocking chair by Hans Wegner for FDB Möbkler (Denmark) 1944

    £950.00

    An Original Hans Wegner Model J18 'Black Edition' rocking chair for Danish manufacturer  FDB Möbler, Originally designed in 1944.

    The rocking chair has a painted beech frame, blade style runners, high spindle back and traditional paper cord seat. 

    They paper chord is in very good condition with minor staining, the paint has worn away over time in various places on the chair, giving a lovely vintage aesthetic.

    Dimensions,

    Height (107 cm) Width (63 cm) Depth (93 cm) Seat Height (42 cm)

     

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  • Model 'DS 2011' two seater sofa by De Sede (1983) Switzerland

    Model 'DS 2011' two seater sofa by De Sede (1983) Switzerland

    £2,200.00

    A Two-seat sofa DS-2011/02 manufactured by De Sede, Switzerland in the early 1980s.

    An impressive design with a solid steel construction and grey leather upholstery. The DS 2011 has a compact form which is perfect for small spaces and flexible living.

    This sofa's original leather upholstery is in very good condition with minor wear to the seat cushions (photographed).  The original SEDE backing fabric is in perfect condition on the underside of the cushions.

    This sofa is not currently in our store, if you wish to view it, please get in touch and we will deliver to the shop for your visit.

    Dimensions - 83cm high, 190cm wide

     

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  • A pair of teak bedside cabinet (1970s)

    A pair of teak bedside cabinet (1970s)

    £550.00

    A pair of 1970's teak single door bedside cabinets with circular handles and stainless decoration, on ebonised legs

    Dimensions 40 x 30 x 62 cm

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  • Teak siding glass door cabinet (1970s)

    Teak siding glass door cabinet (1970s)

    £450.00

    A 1960/70's teak cabinet with two glazed sliding doors on turned legs.  We have  sanded and oiled the cabinet and the glass is in excellent condition.

    Dimensions - 76 x 26 x 59 cm

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  • Tambour doored music cabinet by Vantinge Mobelindustri (1970s) Denmark

    Tambour doored music cabinet by Vantinge Mobelindustri (1970s) Denmark

    £1,200.00

    A teak, tambour doored music cabinet, manufactured in Denmark by Vantinge Mobelindustri in the 1970s.

    To the left of the he cabinet are 4 compartments for vinyl.  The central column comprising of 3 draws with cut away handles, has a top compartment with sections for cassette tapes.  The other 2 drawers are leather lined. There is single shelf to the right of the drawers.  

    The tambour doors run smoothly.

    Stamped to the underside

    Dimensions 121 x 47 x 75 cm

    Vantinge Möbelfabrik, commonly known as Vantinge Mobelindustri, is a Danish furniture manufacturer that was established in 1943 by Johannes Vantinge in  Denmark. The company began as a small workshop producing wooden furniture, mainly for the local market.  In the 1960s it became known for its high-quality, Scandinavian-designed furniture establishing partnerships with designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, and Finn Juhl.

     

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  • Cobra Desk lamp by Masayuki Kurokawa, Japan (1970s) for Staff (Germany) and Yamagiwa corporation (Japan)

    Cobra Desk lamp by Masayuki Kurokawa, Japan (1970s) for Staff (Germany) and Yamagiwa corporation (Japan)

    £750.00

    This Cobra desk lamp is in excellent condition with slight wear consistent with age. 

    It is in full working order, with a British plug attached. 

    Dimensions, W 21cm D 33cm H 25cm

    Masayuki Kurokawa was born in Nagoya, Japan in 1937. After graduating from the Nagoya Institute of Technology and completing his doctorate at Waseda University, He established Kurokawa Masayuki Architect Studio in 1967, Butsugaku Research Institute in 1998 and Designtope Co. Ltd. in 2001 which supports young designers.

    Known as the "Godfather of Japanese Design", Masayuki Kurokawa has become synonymous with successfully blending eastern and western aesthetic concepts, initiated a new era of architecture and industrial moulding design in Japan.

    His works span multiple fields of architecture, interior, furniture, and products. Masayuki Kurokawa was a guest professor at several universities in Japan and China and has won multiple awards including the Design of the Day, German IF Award, and Good Design Golden Award. 

    His works are part of permanent collections in art institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Denver Art Museum. 

    Yamagiwa Corporation

    The Yamagiwa corporation was founded in 1923 by Hirofumi Yamagiwa (1900-1947). Yamagiwa is the leading Japanese lighting manufacturer. The company also sells lighting from several global lamp producerssych as FLOS, Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Poulsen, Artemide, Hans-Agne Jakobsson, Le Klint, Anglepoise, Tom Dixon and many more. Yamagiwa is part of Maruwa Co., Ltd.

    The company produced many lamps for Staff. Among others the lamps designed by Kazuo Motozawa and Motoko Ishii.

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  • FK-87 Grasshopper Chaise Lounge by Fabricius & Kastholm for Alfred Kill, 1960s (2 available)

    FK-87 Grasshopper Chaise Lounge by Fabricius & Kastholm for Alfred Kill, 1960s (2 available)

    £8,000.00

    FK-87 Grasshopper Chaise Lounge by Fabricius & Kastholm for Alfred Kill, 1960s

    Fabricius and Kastholm, both Danish architects and designers, formed a remarkable partnership that produced iconic furniture celebrated for its clean lines, minimalist aesthetics, and functional elegance. Their collaboration epitomised the spirit of Danish modernism, and their works continue to be highly regarded in the world of design. Alfred Kill, a renowned German furniture manufacturer, recognised the talent and vision of Fabricius and Kastholm, commissioning them to create the FK-87 Grasshopper Chaise. Kill's commitment to exceptional quality and meticulous attention to detail made the collaboration a perfect match, resulting in a chaise lounge that embodies luxury and sophistication. 

    Height: 32.25 in (81.92 cm)Width: 28.5 in (72.39 cm)Depth: 58 in (147.32 cm)
    These loungers are priced individually.

     

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  • A 1960/70's five-tier metalwork desk organiser

    A 1960/70's five-tier metalwork desk organiser

    £250.00

    A 1960/70's five-tier metalwork organiser in yellow, orange, green, red and purple, 39 x 20 x 33 cm

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  • Studio Pottery square dish by Janet Leach (UK)

    Studio Pottery square dish by Janet Leach (UK)

    £350.00

    A Stoneware Studio Pottery square dish by Janet Leach (1918 - 1997). With matt brown glaze to interior, glossy ash glaze to rim and black glazed cross to centre.

    Impressed Leach Pottery and potters mark to base.

    Dimensions 15cm square

    Janet Leach (1918 – 1997), was an American studio potter working in later life at the Leach Pottery in St Ives, Cornwall in England. After studying pottery at Black Mountain, North Carolina under Shoji Hamada, a visiting artisan, she traveled to Japan to work with him. She studied with him for two years and always considered him to be her principal mentor. She was the first foreign woman to study pottery in Japan and only the second westerner.

    After returning to the US from Japan, in 1955 she married Bernard Leach, the noted British studio potter, whom she had earlier studied with. They returned to Great Britain to operate his studio at St. Ives. Janet Leach continued to be influenced by Japanese aesthetics in her pottery and ceramics, and her work has increased in popularity. In 2006-2007 there was a major retrospective of her work at Tate St Ives.

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