Finn Juhl. Par lænestole, model 218. Stel af massivt palisander, originalt betrukket med sort læder. Ryg med vippefunktion. Formgivet 1960. Fremstillet hos France & Søn. Fremstår med lette brugsspor på stel, læder dybt og jævnt patineret, ene sædehynde med åben syning på forkant. (2)
Finn Juhl 1912 - 1989. BO-46 sofa, designed in 1946. Freestanding two seater sofa with round, tapering stained beech legs. Sides and curvy back upholstered with light wool, back fitted with buttons, seat upholstered with dark wool. Designed 1946. This example manufactured 1960's by Bovirke. W:140 CM H:88 CM D:80 CM
Danish modern armchair in solid teak, designed by one of Denmarks greatest designers Finn Juhl in 1956. Produced by the firm France & Daverkosen(France&Son). This chair feature some nice lines, great design and show only a few signs of wear. It has been upholstered in a light blue wool.
“Pelican Chair”. A pair of easy chairs with walnut legs, sides, seat, back and loose cushions with dusty purple wool from Kvadrat. Designed 1940. Manufactured by Onecollection. (2) The Pelican is a marvellous piece of design which beckons to every beholder. Its organic form is a good example of the way Finn Juhl was inspired by abstract sculptures and artists. Presented at the Copenhagen Cabinet-makers' Guild Exhibition at “Designmuseum Danmark” in 1940. Literature: Grete Jalk [red.], 40 Years
A 1960's Danish circular rosewood low table, designed by Henry Klein for Bramin Møbler. Designer Henry Walter (H.W.) Klein was born in Norway in 1919. In 1949, he moved to Denmark to study interior design at the Tekniske Skile in Frederikberg. There he trained under the prominent Danish designer and architect Finn Juhl. SSC Certificate No: 51663-17