A Pair of 1950s Danish Dot Stools by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen.
These stools are made from tubular steel for the base and a brass fitting to attach the timber seat.
The timber seat is made from moulded ply with a teak veneer.
These are the earlier 1950s model with the Fritz Hansen stamp pressed in the underside of the ply seat.
A 1970s Mid-century Pendant Light.
A 1970s mid-century pendant light made from pressed steel.Fully rewired and new bulb holder. Height - 16cmWidth - 45cmDepth - 45cm
Danish drawers by cabinetmaker Aksel Kjersgaard produced by Odder, 1960s.
A set of drawers by cabinetmaker Aksel Kjersgaard produced by Odder, Denmark, circa 1960.The drawers are made of blonde oak and ply lined drawers. There are four drawers to the...
A Mid-century desk lamp by Terence Conran, known as the Maclamp, 1960s.
A Mid-century desk lamp by Terence Conran, known as the Maclamp, 1960s. The lamp is constructed of a timber frame on the arms and a pressed aluminium lampshade. It also...