Monochrome lithograph by Swedish artist Pierre Olofsson. Done in the 1950s. Small series. Marked with artist signature in pen and 21/30. Very good condition. Pierre Olofsson was part of the art collective "1947 års män", a gorup of Swedish painters that started painting constructive art, not imitating life. Together with Arne Jones, Olle Bonniér, Lennart Rodhe among others they went in a new direction on the Swedish art scene from 1947 and onwards. Olofsson was a great admirer of dance and musi
Rare pair of table lamps designed by Hans Agne Jakobsson. Produced by his own company in Markaryd. Made from brass, glass and Stoneware. The ceramic part was made on commission by Höganäs keramik. Light switch on the chord. Excellent vintage condition with few signs of wear and age related patina.
Floor lamp model no 544 designed by Hans Bergström. Solid teak stem with dull polished brass fot and joint. With hand made original fabric shade. Produced by his own company Ateljé Lyktan in the 1950s. Light switch on shade. New electricity. Very good condition.Designer: Hans BergströmManufacturer: Ateljé LyktanYear:
Table lamp model "9227" designed by Paavo Tynell. Produced in Finland during the 1950s by Idman. Polished brass and lacqured metal foot and shade. Light switch in working condition. Adjustable shade. Very good condition with signs of wear and light age related patina.
Polished brass table light produced by Swedish company Fagerhults. The lamp incorporates two independent axis that swivels 360° without the base of the lamp being moved. Designed in the 1960s. Perfect working condition. New electricity.Designer: Fagerhults BelysningManufacturer: fagerhultsYear: 1960sCondition: Excellen
Cabinet designed by Svante Skogh. Produced in Sweden by Seffle Möbelfabrik during the 1950s. Made from teak standing on an oak base. Inside in oak wood. All shelves of the cabinet including the drawer section is adjustable and optional and can be rearranged or removed. Good vintage condition with signs of age related wear, small scratches and patina.
Table lamp designed by Bertil Brisborg. Produced by Nordiska Kompaniet in Sweden during the 1950s. Made from black lacquered metal with elm wood handle and polished brass. Light switch on the base in working order. Adjustable in angle and to the sides. Very good vintage condition with signs of wear and age related patina.
Swedish palisander tray designed by Torsten Johansson. Produced during the 1950s by his own company Formträ AB. Very good condition with rich dark rosewood grain. Very light wear and patina. Two pieces available. Designer: Torsten Johansson Manufacturer: Formträ AB Year: 1950s Condition: Very good Dimensions: Ø. 32 H. 6 cm
Polished brass table lamp produced in Sweden by Bergboms during the 1960s. Pull string light switch with a small polished brass ball in working condition. Very good over all condition with few signs of wear and light age related patina. New shade with brass coloured inside for a warm glow. Designer: Unknown Manufactur
"Fringe" table lamp by Hans Agne Jakobsson during the 1960s. Produced by his own company in Sweden. Polished brass and opaline glass shade with fabric fringe diffuser in red. Light switch on the chord. Excellent condition with very light wear and patina.
Floor lamp model "G 185" designed by Hans Agne Jakobsson. Produced by his own company in Sweden during the 1970s. Made from barss and brass gilt aluminum in the shades. Both shades adjustable in height and angle. New electric cables, chord light switches and wall plugs. Very good condition with some signs of wear and age related patina.
1950s Litograph by Swedish painter and sculptor Pierre Olofsson. Multichrome composition in Olofssons signature style. Signed in pen with name and numbered 142/260. Very good condition, newly framed. Pierre Olofsson was part of the art collective "1947 års män", a gorup of Swedish painters that started painting constructive art, not imitating life. Together with Arne Jones, Olle Bonniér, Lennart Rodhe among others they went in a new direction on the Swedish art scene from 1947 and onwards. Olofs
Table lamps model "701" designed by Hans Bergström. Produced by his own company Ateljé Lyktan during the 1940s. Made from polished brass with stems wrapped in original burgundy leather. New pleated chintz fabric shade. light switch fon the base in working order. Very vintage condition with few signs of wear and light age related patina.
"Fringe" ceiling lamp designed by Hans Agne Jakobsson during the 1960s. Produced by his own company in Markaryd, Sweden. Made from polished brass with fabric fringe diffuser in orange. With original ceiling mount.. Excellent condition with light wear and age related patina.
Sofa table designed by Tue Poulsen & Erik Wörtz. Produced by Cabinetmaker Willy Beck during the 1960s. Frame in solid rosewood designed by Wörtz and the ceramic tiles were designed by artist Tue Poulsen. Very good vintage condition with signs of use and patina.
Floor lamp designed by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen. Produced in Denmark during the 1960s by his own company. Square brass stem on black cast iron base. With large petroleum velvet fabric shade. Chord light switch in working condition. Excellent condition with few signs of wear and light age related patina. Designer: Svend
Pair of easy chairs designed by Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard Nielsen. Produced in Denmark by France & Daverkosen during the 1950s. Solid beech frame with teak armrests and back part. Recently upholstered cushions in deep green wool with flip over alternative in grey/white. Signed with manufacturers mark. Excellent condition with slight traces of usage and patina. Price for the pair. Designer: Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard Nielsen Manufacturer: France & Daverkosen Year: 1950s Condition: Excellent
Floor lamp model "Fishing Pole" designed by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen. produced by his own company in Denmark during the 1950s. Made from solid teak, polished brass and lacquered cast iron. Lamp shade in laminated bambu. New electricity. Very good vintage condition with some age related wear and patina.
Very rare floor lamp produced by Swedish company ZERO during the late 1970s or early 1980s. Most likely designed by Börge Lindau. White laquered steel stem and perforated metall shade. the front diffuser is in original oxidized copper with matt lacquer. Foot in cast iron. Börge Lindau earned the very prestigious "Lunning Prize" together with his, in many cases, partner in design Bo Lindekrantz in 1969. He was also the founder of Swedish design company "Blå Station".
"Variabel" candle sticks designed by Pierre Forssell. Produced by Skultuna during the 1960s. Solid, heavy, polished brass. Very good condition with light patina and few signs of wear. These candle sticks can be used with different sized candles because of their clever construction.Price for the pair.Designer: Pierre Fo