Theo de Wit desk chair.

Theo de Wit (Nl. early c.20th)

Modernist cantilever chair by Dutch designer Theo de Wit for EMS Overschie. The design would have only been manufactured for a short period in the mid 1930s. It is n all original condition with just one small veneer repair to the front edge of the plywood seat.

Ref: 1/ Metal Tubular Chairs P.43 / 2/Bierens de Haan ‘Schoonheid van het Moderne Binnenhuis’ 1830s.

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Paul Wintermans bracket table with floating glass

Paul Wintermans (NL)

‘Beugeltafel’ 1980s.

The architect Paul Wintermans has been designing furniture primarily for architectural projects since the 1980s. This furniture was produced as unique pieces or as very limited productions. Wintermans furniture designs can be found in the collection of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.

This table is an ingenious engineered design, constructed from three separate pieces: A sheet of glass sandblasted except for two clear stripes that act both as a design feature and help position the two steel rod feet with adjustable fixings. The two feet simply lean into the structure which when combined with the weight of the glass enables the structure to clamp into place.

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Willem Penaat bookshelf.

Willem Penaat for Metz & Co., (Attrib.) 1920s-30s

Early modernist free standing bookshelf unit. Painted wood.

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Theo de Wit cantilever chair

Theo de Wit (Nl. early c20th)

Nickel plated steel and plywood chair for EMS Overschie 1930s.

A rare classic modernist chair by this Dutch designer. The seat and back have been refinished to a surface as close as possible to the original. The frame has a warm patina resulting from years of use.

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