Set of 4 dining room chairs by designer Slagelse Møbelvaerk A / S. Made in Denmark in the 1950/60s. Minimalist vintage chairs feature baby-blue velvet upholstered seats and walnut wood frame. Wood has been refurbished with Shellac, polished. Original vintage velvet fabric on seats shows signs of light weariness. Seat wear consistent with age and use.
Measures Depth 45cm x Width 45cm x Height 80cm, Seat Height 45cm
Antique Victorian style Swedish Pedestal table made in the late 1800s in Sweden. Manufactured from walnut wood, the base embodies delicate wood design features. A black rim surround the edge of top surface.
Excellent structural and physical condition. Recently refurbished – polished and restored with Shellac.
A Glas & Trä rosewood mirror with a dark rosewood dresser and leather handles and 3 drawers.
Made in Sweden in the 1960s. The mirror surface has light traces of wear consistent with age and use.
With 3 label attribute marks – one on the back of the mirror and a small one in the front, the third is inside the drawer.
Measures D 47cm x W 117cm x H183cm
This antique wedding chest was gift on Swedish wedding day.
The chest was repainted in a blue tone and has been painted with decorative flowers and the date and initials on the side.
There are original iron carrying handles, lock and key. With small covered utility box inside. This item shows sign of age but it is fully functional.
Measures Depth 58cm, Width 120cm, Height 61cm
Swedish swivel easy chair designed by Dahléns Dalum, for Fåtöljindustri AB. Made in Sweden, in the 1960s. Embodies a unique design shape, very comfortable, and fully functional. The seat upholstery is more recently handmade and is in a raspberry red polyester fabric. The quartet base leg is made from metal, covered with elegant walnut laminate. Brand label appears on the base of chair – Dahléns Dalum, Fåtöljindustri AB. Traces of inaccuracy where reupholstered beneath the seat. No structural or physical damages.
Original Thonet Bentwood chair with a stamp by Thonet – the Viennese furniture manufacturer, similar to model 19. Made in Austria, Vienna in the 1890s. Label remains visible beneath the seat.
Frame is bentwood that has been repainted in a light beige/white tone. The chair features a french-style antique embroidery on the seat. Stable and structurally well preserved. Passim the paint appears slightly scratched from its age and use which only adds to its charm.
Vintage mid-century teak elevatable coffee table from the 1960s made by HMB Möbler, Rörvik. When elevated its height is 64 cm.
Swedish Folk Art Drop-Leaf small dining table with red painted legs from late 19th century made from pine with very visible defects all over giving it a very rustic style look.