Chr. van der Meer/ Wim den Boon dining set. 1960s.

Leather, mahogany, steel and linoleum.

1960s Dutch modernist dining set. Unique architect designed dining set made as a bespoke design for a private residence in Rotterdam.

This item comes with provenance and a drawing/design for the chairs.

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Bespoke Table by Wim den Boon (together with two period lamps)

Wim den Boon. (nl. 1912-68)

Unique bespoke hexagonal table designed by Wim den Boon for a private residence in Rotterdam in the 1960s. (provenance available)

The lamps shown are a floor lamp by Floris Fiedeldij for Artimeta and a Louis Kalff NB100 table lamp for Philips.

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Knoll Extendable 1950s dining table

Florence B. Knoll (USA 1917-2019)

Early Knoll International label to the underside.

Extendable ‘T-Angle’ table manufactured by De Coene in Belgium under license from Knoll International in the early 1950s. Ash/maple wood top and a T-angle steel frame.
_A rare example of Florence Knoll’s innovative, standardised modern designs for the modern home.

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Console table. 1960s

Wim den Boon. (nl.1912-68)

A console table commissioned for the adaptation of a private residence in Rotterdam during the early 1960s. It has a thick gauge steel base with a 4cm solid teak sectioned top.
Den Boon was part of ‘group &’ alongside Hein Stolle and Pierre Kleykamp, a group of Dutch interior /furniture designers influenced by the reductivist designs of Gerrit Rietveld. Some provenance available including original drawing designs.

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Vanity desk and matching chair

Maple fronted vanity desk by H. Wouda for Pander & Zonen. Netherlands 1920s.

Together with a matching early c.20th small chair upholstered in light pink velvet fabric.

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