Poul Hundevad and Kai Winding table

Poul Hundevad & Kai Winding (Danish c20th)

Rare rosewood extendable dining table.

Manufactured by Hundevad company. Denmark. Circa 1950s.

Price: 3,250 euro

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Carlo Pagani Metz & Co table

Carlo Pagani (Italy mid-c20th)

Dining table/ Lacquered steel, glass and wood.

Rare dining table / desk designed by Italian architect Carlo Pagani for Metz & Co., Netherlands. circa 1950.

The table is pictured in Metz & Co de Creatieve Jaren, Petra Timmer, 1995

Price: 4,250 euro

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Bespoke ecclesiastical table. 1970s

Hans van der Laan & Harry van Hal (Nl, c20th)


Unique bespoke table that was part of the furnishings of the Bethlehem Church built in 1979 in Breda, Netherlands.
The church was designed by two Bossche School architects: Hans van der Laan (the nephew of Dom Hans vd Laan) together with the architect Harry van Hal.
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Solid merbau wood. 175.5 x 131 x 76cm

Price: 6,500 euro

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Japanese Showa Period low table.

Japanese elm & bamboo low table

Japanese Showa period (mid-c20th) low table.

Japanese Wabi-Sabi table made from elm wood with bamboo legs. Superb colour and patina.

h.34cm x w.110cm x d.42cm

Price: 1,400.00 euro

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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.

2,450 euro

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Dom Hans van der Laan church altar/table. 1950s-60s

A large Bossche School altar table. Designed by the Dutch Benedictine monk/architect Dom Hans van der Laan. The metal and stone decorative elements across the side were believed to have been designed by the sculptor and silversmith Jan Noyons (1918-1982) who designed and manufactured many alter pieces throughout the Netherlands. The colour palette is believed to have been conceived by Wim van Hooff (1918-2002) who was a painter and colour consultant who developed his own colour theories in addition to making an important contribution to the architecture of the Bossche School.

This rare example of Van der Laan’s designs was part of a collection of furniture came from a post-war church in Amstelveen in The Netherlands.

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Paul McCobb (USA 1917-69)

Circular low table. Teak wood and steel.

Dia.90cm; Height 38cm

This table was designed as part of a range of simple mahogany wood and steel tables. They were retailed by Metz & Co., in Amsterdam (image 3). The table has a light grey painted finish which we presume is original. The brochure in image 2 shows the tables with a natural wood finish – Although the Metz & Co., image (image 3) shows one of the tables with a painted finish.

In the book ‘Metz & Co.: The Creative Years’ by Petra Timmer, the author elaborates on the relationship between Metz & Co and the American artist Paul McCobb:

Henk de Leeuw had met the interior designer Paul McCobb in America and had discovered the same refined lines and distinction in his furniture as Penaat’s work. De Leeuw agreed with him that Metz would take his designs into production exclusively for the Netherlands, an appointment that was also made with Ponti, Pagani, Albini, Robin Day and the Danish Peter Hvidt, among others. In 1958 a separate exhibition was dedicated to McCobb’s furniture…”

1,375.00 euro

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