Italian minimalist table. 1980s

A 1980s oak and chromed metal table. Ideal size for either a dining table or office desk.

The legs are deep plates of heavy chromed steel and the top has a metal inner frame with an oak veneered top.

220 x 89 x 73cm

1250.00 euro

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Scandinavian pine coffee table. 1960s-70s


A robust coffee table in the manner of Roland Wilhelmsson or Sven Larsson. We believe that this minimalist table was most likely manufactured in Sweden, circa 1960s-70s. Original condition with signs of use and age. 120 x 90 x 35.5cm.

795.00 euro

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WH Gispen diagonal chair.

W.H. Gispen (Dutch 1890-1981)

Important diagonal chair designed and manufactured in the late 1920s. This particular chair was purchased from the family of the original purchaser. It has replacement fabric straps (circa 1960s).

A similar chair can be found in the collection of the Rijksmuseum,

ON HOLD

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WAS Benson table lamp

William Arthur Smith Benson (UK 1854-1924)

Model 1079 brass lamp with original vaseline glass shade by J.Powell & Sons. Stamped ‘Benson’ in two places.

1700.00 euro

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Marianne Brandt paper tray

Marianne Brandt (Ger. 1893 – 1983)

Rare modernist paper tray c.1931 made by Ruppelwerk GmbH, Gotha, Germany from a design by Marianne Brandt the German painter, sculptor, photographer, metalsmith, and designer who studied at the Bauhaus. This tiny functional utensil/object embodies many of the principles of early modernist design synonymous with the Bauhaus at the time of its manufacture.

Lacquered metal. 4.1 x 13 x 9.8 cm. Stamped to the underside.

1250.00 euro

Oswald Vermaercke (attrib.) Desk

Oswald Vermaercke (attrib.)

A large double sided desk. One side of the desk has a sliding door below a low standing shelf and the other side of the desk has five pull out drawers.

This desk has been attributed to the Belgian designer Oswald Vermaercke in that it has clear similarities to Vermaercke’s ‘Oslo’ desk for V-Form from the same period. It is possibly a variation on the design or is an earlier prototype?

3400.00 euro

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Mid-c20th French Table.

A French solid oak table with a Brutalist simplicity. The table is completely held together using traditional pegged joints rather than nails or glue that lock into place when the table is set into position. Its few features include lengthened integrated cross bars and carved planes to the inside of each leg.

1690.00 euro

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