Vintage Danish Stock.
A selection of our current Danish and Scandinavian stock.
Many more items awaiting restoration and coming soon
including: Chairs, sideboards, desks, sofas, couches,
lounges, dining tables and chairs, buffets, cupboards and
design, lowback leather Falcon chair by Sigurd
Resell for Vatne Mobler or Norway circa 1970. We
also have the highback version and a rare arm
version arriving in the new year.
|An oak and oak ply 2 seater
lounge by Rud Thygesen & Johnny Sörensen,
for Magnus Olesen of Durup, Denmark.
Olsen small circular teak dining table by Frem
Rojle, Denmark, still with original labels
PH5 lamp by Poul Henningson for Louis Poulsen,
Denmark. Slight deformation to top ring. Original
Danish design doesn't come much better than the
EJ-70 Partner chair by Johannes Foersom &
Peter Hiort-Lorenzen for Erik Joergensen (http://www.erik-joergensen.com/).
A500 designed by Alvaar Aalto in 1936 and still
available today. This example dates from the 1960's,
with original upholstery.
1970s piece by Finnish design wizard Eero
Aarnio, Made under license in Australia by
Framac. Proving that Scandinavian design is not
just about wood: Aarnio, along with Verner
Panton, was one of the first to explore the use
of new materials in the sixties.
With a career spanning six decades, the designer
of the iconic Ball chair and Pastilli is still
going strong. For more on Aarnio see http://www.eeroaarnio.com/
Recovered in denim to complement their 70s
made beech chair, with sculptural, solid timber
back and leather seat, in the style of Hans
cabinetry at Petrie Terrace. Newly imported from
Denmark: this tall side cabinet in freshly
at the WAC, this huge, 2.5 mtr plus, Danish made
couch. A sleek, Mad Men style statement piece
for your home or office. Newly refurbished with
Jacobsen large 'super circular' coffee table.
Teak top with elegant, 1 piece cast aluminium
tri-prong base. Original Fritz Hansen but with
no surviving marks.
Danish wing-back chairs, one oak, one beech.
This design is often credited to Hans Olsen, but
may really be by Olesen Mobler.
two seater couch with floating wingback design.
Beech frame with splayed legs, probably European
in origin, bearing some similarity to the
designs of Ib Kofoed Larsen
Pallisander, danish made armchair. The "Senator"
by Ole Wansher. In excellent, fully original
made, Brazilian Rosewood desk circa 1960, with
book shelf to rear.