This gorgeous Danish modern rocker was designed by Holger Georg Jensen for Tønder Møbelværk in 1958. This piece is known as Model 97, and these surface occasionally, but this particular piece is a bit special as it retains its colorful original candy striped wool upholstery. There is not much
This armchair was designed by Fredrik Kayser for Vatne Lenestolfabrik. It's timeless, bridging the gap between modern and traditional aesthetics. Crafted in solid Brazilian rosewood, this chair wears its original button tufted leather cushions.
This elegant teak framed club chair was designed by Bertil Fridhagen for Bröderna Andersson in the 1960s. Sophisticated teak banding runs from the arms to the back of this lounge chair. The upholstery you see is not original, by the way; we had the chair recovered with new
We actually found this particular piece stuffed into the attic of a dilapidated barn in the Danish countryside. It was covered in a layer of ashy dust that was so thick we had no idea what kind of wood was underneath. After some heavy cleaning, the original color came back
This piece is a a bit of an oddity for us, since we don't tend to find a lot of these around Denmark. It's a Danish modern smoking table/ashtray, crafted from teak with patinated brass legs. A copper bowl rests in the center, designed to be removable for easy cleaning.
This small, two door teak credenza was designed by Kai Kristiansen for Feldballes Møbelfabrik in the 1960s. Originally, this piece would most likely have been paired with a modular wall unit. These are typically found in small flats in and around city centers like Copenhagen, being used as hallway or
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