Furniture

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  • NKSS00003B

    Design history Manufacturer: Presumed Danish Style: Art Deco Period: 1930s Description  Lightly curving armchair in the style of Art Deco. Presumably Danish. Upholstered frame, seat with springs, stained beech legs. Reupholstered in velvet in two different shades of grey. Details Materials and Techniques: Beech, velvet upholstery Dimensions: H 70 cm,...

  • Casala Dining Chairs
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    NKCH00014

    Design history Manufacturer: Casala, Germany Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: 1960s Description  Set of six chairs with teak frame. Newly upholstered in blue and grey fabric with diamond pattern (composition: 64% linen, 24% viscose, 12% cotton). Marked Casala. Details Materials and Techniques: Teak, fabric upholstery Dimensions: H 86 cm, seat height 45...

  • NKTL00013

    Design history Manufacturer: Unknown Style: Miscellaneous Period: ca 1940s Description  Rare vintage sunlamp converted into a table lamp. White lacquered metal. Wear consistent with age and use. Details Materials and Techniques: Lacquered metal Dimensions: H 65-40 cm Number of Items: 1

  • NKCE00006

    Design history Manufacturer: Unknown Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: ca 1970s Description  Stylish ceiling lamp with wood and chromed metal frame and eleven light arms with round white cups in glass. In the style of mid-century Modernist Sputnik chandelier. Details Materials and Techniques: Wood, metal, glass Dimensions: Diameter 50 cm, height 80...

  • NKTL00007

    Design history Designer: Elis Bergh Manufacturer: Kosta, Sweden Model: numbered 1569 Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: 1943 Description  Stunning colourless glass table lamp designed by Elis Bergh for Kosta in 1943, numbered 1569. Glass decorated with Hermés/Mercury engraving. Black lacquered screen. Details Materials and Techniques: Glass, black...

  • NKCE00004

    Design history Designer: Unidentified Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: ca 1960s Description  Beautiful brass ceiling lamp with six light arms. Cylindrical glass globes. One glass cylinder has a crack. Details Materials and Techniques: Brass, glass Dimensions: Height ca 89 cm Number of Items: 1

  • NKCH00006

    Design history Manufacturer: Albin Johansson & Sons, Sweden Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: 1950/60s Description  Set of four stunning teak dining chairs manufactured in Sweden by Albin Johansson & Sons. Padded seats covered in beige patterned fabric. Excellent condition. Details Materials and Techniques: Teak, fabric upholstered seats...

  • NKSI00005

    Design history Manufacturer: Silverbergs Möbler, Sweden Style: Contemporary Period: 1900s second half Description  Minimal style travertine side table on chromed metal base. Details Materials and Techniques: Chrome, travertine Dimensions: Length 70 cm, width 70 cm, height 50 cm Number of Items: 1

  • NKFL00003

    Design history Designer: attributed to Alf Svensson Manufacturer: Bergbom Scanlight AB, Sweden Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: ca 1965 Description  Two modern floor lamps with tubular steel frame and cylindrical lampshade in red Perspex. Details Materials and Techniques: Tubular steel, Perspex Dimensions: Height 118 cm Number of Items: Sold as a...

  • Modern High Back Chair
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    NKCH00004

    Design history Designer: Leo Johansson Manufacturer: Sweden Model: "Diabas" Style: Modern  Period: 1990 Description  Modern mahogany armchair with a high back, which is padded and upholstered in one piece with the seat. Designed by L. Johansson and produced in Sweden. Sold as a pair. Details Materials and Techniques: Mahogany, textile Dimensions: H...

  • NKBA00002

    Design history Designer: Unknown Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: 1960s Description  Tall mid-century cocktail cabinet veneered with walnut. Mirrored interior with a glass shelf and lighting. Underneath, two drawers and a pull-out table to serve drinks.  Details Materials and Techniques: Veneered walnut; mirrored glass, lighting Dimensions: Length 79...

  • NKTA00004

    Design history Designer: Attributed to Johannes Andersen Manufacturer: Danish furniture producer Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: ca 1960/70s Description  Large mid-century teak coffee table. Its design is attributed to a Danish furniture designer Johannes Andersen. The table has two side drawers and an open compartment in the middle. Details...

  • NKCH00015

    Design history Designer: Niels O. Møller Manufacturer: J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik Model 71 Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: 1960s Description  Currently available only one chair, model 71, designed by Niels O. Møller in 1951. Frame in teak, later paper cord seat.  Details Materials and Techniques: Teak, paper cord seat Dimensions: H 79 cm, seat...

  • NKBU00001

    Design history Manufacturer: Unknown Style: Louis XVI Period: ca 1930s Description  Mahogany bureau from the 1930s. Three drawers with curved front and frame with carvings. Storage compartment with small drawers and a pull-out table behind the cylinder flap. Cabriole legs. Small scratches. Details Materials and Techniques: Mahogany Dimensions: H 105...

  • NKAR00021

    Design history Manufacturer: Danish furniture producer Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: 1950s Description  Danish 1950s wing chair recently reupholstered in light beige velvet. Round stained wood legs. Excellent condition. Details Materials and Techniques: Stained wood, velvet Dimensions: H 95 cm, W 82 cm, D ca 74 cm; seat H ca 43 cm Number of...

  • NKTL00004/2

    Design history Manufacturer: Hemi, Sweden Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: 1960/70s Description  Pair of Scandinavian Modern brass table lamps with height-adjustable round lampshade. Produced by Hemi in Sweden. Recently restored in black matte color using a process of immersion printing. Details Materials and Techniques: Brass Dimensions: Adjustable...

  • NKDR00003

    Design history Manufacturer: Fröseke AB, Sweden Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: 1940/50s Description  Beautiful mid-century dressing table with an angled mirror and a glass top. Three front drawers and a small storage compartment. Details Materials and Techniques: Teak, glass, mirror Dimensions: Height ca 119 cm, 85 x 42 cm Number of Items: 1

  • NKAR00020

    Design history Designer: Svend Skipper Manufacturer: Skipper Møbler, Denmark Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: 1960s Description  Recently reupholstered wing chair designed by Svend Skipper and produced in Denmark in the 1960s. Teak armrest tips and round tapered legs. Dark grey velvet upholstery. Excellent condition. Details Materials and Techniques:...

  • Scandinavian Modern Two-tone Sofa
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    NKSO00005

    Design history Manufacturer: Unknown Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: ca 1950/60s Description  Slightly curved mid-century modern sofa upholstered in blue and grey fabrics. Wooden legs, later upholstery. Excellent condition. Details Materials and Techniques: Wood, fabric upholstery Dimensions: Length 170 cm, seat height ca 42 cm, maximum depth...

  • NKTL00001

    Design history Manufacturer: Unknown Style: Trench Art Period: 1940/50s Description  Pair of large table lamps with black lacquered metal shade and rod made of brass artillery shell case. Stone base.  Details Materials and Techniques: Black lacquered metal, brass, stone Dimensions: Height 76 cm, diameter 42 cm Number of Items: Sold as a pair. If you...

  • Corona Easy Chairs
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    NKCH00001

    Design history Designer: Unknown; in the style of Marcel Breuer Model: In the style of Cesca chair Style: Bauhaus Period: Circa 2000s, original design from 1928 Description  A set of four armchairs with rattan seats and back. The rattan, tubular steel and oak armchairs are in the style of Cesca chair, which was originally designed in 1928 by Marcel...

  • NKAR00001

    Design history Designer: Lennart Bender Manufacturer: Ulferts Möbler, Sweden Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: 1959-1961 Description  A pair of green fabric tufted armchairs by Swedish furniture designer Lennart Bender for Ulferts Möbler, model Corona. Original upholstery on a solid teak frame. Details Materials and Techniques: teak, fabric,...

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