Hein Salomonson pair of easy chairs

Hein Salomonson (Netherlands 1910-1994)

Rare pair of patinated steel upholstered armchairs.

AP Originals. 1958.

h.71cm x w.73.5cm x d.62cm

Price: 2,100.00 euro (pair)

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Theo de Wit Stool

Theo de Wit (Nl. early c.20)

Rare cantilever stool for EMS Overschie. Circa 1930s.

The stool has a later added period fabric. It was possibly originally designed as a vanity table stool.

h.48cm x w.40cm x d.50cm

Price: 900 euro

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Low modernist console/table

An elegant little table attributed to Metz & Co. It has visual similarities to the designs of Willem Penaat as well as Gerrit Rietveld and Rietveld Jr. Original lacquer in light grey, creme and red.

h.46cm x w.104.5 x d.34.5cm

Price: 995.00 euro

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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?

h.78cm x w.160cm x d.82cm

Price: 3,200.00 euro

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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.

h.76cm x w.50cm x d.37cm (seat 47cm)

Price: 1,400.00 euro

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Prototype chair. 1983

Tjalling Idenburg (Dutch 1947-2007)

Dutch designer and sculptor Tjalling Idenburg (1947-2007) taught at the TU in Delft in the Industrial Design department, as coordinator of “Products and Prototyping” in the master’s programmes. It was in this area that he was active as a furniture designer and sculptor in the fields of minimal art and spatial design.
This chair labelled with the designers name and the date 1983 is believed to be from a very limited production/ or possibly a prototype for UMS Pastoe. Condition A/F. ~ It would benefit from some care and attention.

h.83cm x w.56cm x d.44cm (seat 45cm)

Price: 985.00 euro

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Rare Piano Stool by Wim Den Boon

Wim den Boon (Dutch 1912-1968)

A very rare piano stool by Dutch architect and interior designer Wim den Boon. This stool was designed as part of a complete interior in the late 50s. The only other one we know of was a white version owned by Den Boon for his own use (documented in the Den Boon archive at the NI in Rotterdam). Full provenance is available.

In 1945 Den Boon founded ‘Groep &’ together with Hein Stolle and Pierre Kleykam’. The group’s ambition was to continue the purist and functionalist prewar ideals and aesthetic into the postwar period, or ‘reconstruction period’ in The Netherlands. Many of the group’s designs can be seen in the Goed Wonen magazine of which Den Boon was the editorial secretary from 1948-1950 and for which he wrote several articles.

h.54cm x w.42cm x d.42cm

Price: 1,600.00 euro

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