This is a wonderful set of six well-documented Danish Modern Teak dining chairs designed by Erik Buck for OD Mobler. These popular and collectible chairs represent a fine balance between light and heavy, feminine and masculine. They harmonize function, aesthetics, and durability in a simple graceful chair. This fantastic set of six original Erick Buck Chairs in really great condition.
This is an absolutely stunning credenza guaranteed to get you many complements! It features the very sought after sliding tambour doors, four felt lined adjustable trays and three adjustable shelves. This finely crafted piece of Danish history was designed in 1960 by Sven Aage Larsen for Faarup Møbelfabrik and is in nearly perfect mint condition.
This is a really great example of the well documented drop front secretary / desk designed by Borge Mogensen and produced by Soborg Mobelfabrik. I have used this piece in guest bedrooms with great success as it offers four dresser drawers for clothing and a desk surface for laptop or paperwork. This high quality cabinet piece is VERY practical with quintessential early 60s Danish design and high levels of form and function.
Brazilian Rosewood & Leather High Back Lounge Chair By Hans Olsen for Vatne Mobler
This is a very fine example of the classic sculpted rosewood high back lounge chair & ottoman by Hans Olsen for Vatne. This fabulous Modernist chair dates to the 60s and is in excellant condition with wonderful black leather cushions and a nearly flawless Brazilian Rosewood frame.
This is a wonderful set of six J67 chairs designed by Ejvind A. Johansson in 1957 when he was head of FDB Furniture. These groundbreaking chairs represent a fine balance between light and heavy, feminine and masculine. They harmonize function, … Continue reading →
This is an outstanding high quality Danish Modern dresser / gentleman’s chest, designed by Svend A Madsen for Falster in Denmark. If you are not familiar with the high quality cabinet work done by Falster please do some web research. … Continue reading →