Ate van Apeldoorn large console table

Ate van Apeldoorn (Nl mid-c20th)

Houtwerk Hattem. 1960s

A large pine minimal console table with distinctive box joint edges. This is possibly the most minimal of Ate van Apeldoorn’s designs.

Price: 1,500 euro

1960s Dutch salon table

Designer/Maker unknown. Circa 1960s.

A beautifully proportioned and simply constructed limed oak wood low/salon table. It has a series of small plywood inserts visible on the shorter sides and visible box joints where the legs attach to the table top. The surface has been lime waxed.

Although it cannot be verified we believe that the table may be a design by Hein Stolle for ‘t Spectrum furniture.

Price: 1,800 euro

Amsterdam School book shelf

Amsterdam School (Netherlands early c20th)

Circa 1920s.

An unusual expressionist form shelving unit. Manufactured circa 1920s from solid oak. The crystalline form makes clear references to the speculative organic forms utilised by Dutch designers during the period prior to the stricter forms of modernism that emerged shortly afterwards with De Stijl.

Price: 1,600 euro

Sinus table lamp

Ettore Sottsass (Italy 1917-2007)

ABS resin. Manufactured by Stilnovo. Italy.

Rare Sinus table lamp. Designed in 1972 this is an early production.

Price: 975 euro