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Auction House:
McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
*** A Charles and Ray Eames, 670 lounge chair, and, 671 Ottoman stool, c.1970s, made under licence by ICF Italy, with label, manufactured with rosewood ply moulded seat and back with original leather upholstery, the bases and back support with aluminium and steel construction. Chair. Height 79 cm. Width 83 cm, stool. Height 44 cm, seat 64 x 55 cm ***
*** An Arne Jacobsen egg chair, manufactured by Fritz Hansen, Denmark, from the, 1960's, and upholstered in black vinyl, base marked FH MADE IN DENMARK 520015. Height 105 cm ***
*** Pair of Joe Colombo (1930-1971) 1963 'Elda' armchairs, named after his wife, with deep shell shaped bodies, brown leather upholstery and the ability to revolve 360 degrees ***
*** A Poul Kjaerholm PK33 Ottoman stool, designed 1958-59, Denmark, manufactured by Ejvind Kold Christensen, with EKC makers stamp. Spring steel, plywood and leather cushion. Height 35 cm. Diameter 52 cm ***
*** A Borge Mogensen leather 3 pieces sofa, c.1964, manufactured by Fredericia Denmark. Upholstered in black leather with teak legs, comprising of 3 seater and 2 single seater chairs. Couch length 220 cm. Width 72 cm. Depth 82 cm. Chair height 79 cm. Width 69 cm. Depth 82 cm. Note: Purchased Illums Bolighus 1964, Copenhagen ***
*** A pair of leather club chairs by Joris Design, mid to late 20th century. in an earlier style - Art Deco design, with makers plaque, 'Original Joris Product Design'. Height 77 cm ***
*** A Torbjorn Afdal Norway ox hide rosewood three seater lounge, designed c. 1963, manufactured by Bruksbo, Norway. Upholstered in black leather, with manufactures label on frame. Height 73 cm. Length 198 cm. Depth 70 cm ***
*** A Borge Mogensen rosewood bar cabinet, c.1950's, manufactured by FDB Denmark. The cabinet has two top interior cupboards with 3, lower drawers, with square legs and stretcher base. One cupboard has two adjustable shelves, the, opposite side has four adjustable pull-out shelves used, for holding glassware. Height 144.5 cm. Width 120 cm. Depth 49 cm ***
*** Eero Aarnio b.1932 (Finland) ball chair or globe chair first designed 1963 Fibreglass, foam and upholstered fabric manufactured by Adelta Germany - authorized Eero Aarnio factory and distributer, with Adelta authenticity document, height: 117 cm ***
*** Peter Hvidt & Orla Molgaard-Nielsen, set of six teak dining chairs. Manufactured by Soborg Mobler Denmark, comprising of 4 side chairs and 2 armchairs, with rush seats. Heights: 77 cm & 79 cm. Note: Peter Hvidt (1916-1986), Orla Molgaard-Nielsen, (1907-1993) worked together between 1944 to 1975. The two architects together designed not less than 256 objects. Their firm Hvidt & Molgaard still exists ***
*** A Danish teak 'Lotus' of flip-flap extension dining table mid 20th century design by Dyrlund Smith of Denmark. Height 72 cm, diameter 110 cm, Extended: 150 cm ***
*** An Ole Wanscher mahogany bar cabinet, c.1950's, Denmark. Two door cabinet with adjustable shelves, with two internal pullout drawers. Manufactured by P. Jeppesen. Height 140 cm. Width 120 cm. Depth 40 cm ***
*** Pair of Sling Chairs by Clement Meadmore, 1929 - 2005, designed 1963, model #248. Manufactured by Leif Wessman Associates Inc. New York, brown leather and steel. Height 72 cm. Width 73 cm. Depth 63 cm. Note: This design is represented in the Powerhouse Museum and the Museum of Modern Art New York ***
*** A pair Hermann Bongard Flip tables, designed 1957, plus workshop Norway. Nickel steel collapsible bases, with dovetailed teak, frames having enamel tops. Height 36 cm. Top: 35.6 x 35.6 cm. Note: Hermann Bongard was awarded the. Lunning prize 1957. The Lunning prize 1951-1970 is awarded to two, designers instrumental in establishing the concept, and profile of Scandinavian design both at home, and abroad during this vital period ***
*** A Morgens Koch modular bookcase system, mid 20th century, comprising four bookcases with plinth bases, manufactured from oak, with dovetailed joint, construction and plywood backing. Likely manufactured by Rud Rasmussen Denmark. Height 81 cm. Width 76 cm. Depth 26.8 cm ***
*** Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen, set of six chairs steel frame and plywood chairs, with Fritz Hansen manufacturing labels. Height 72 cm ***