We believe that quality lasts, as such we spend our time sourcing and breathing new life into classic mid-century furniture.
We sustainably source, restore and sell mid-century furniture from across Europe.
Our site is updated regularly; if there is something you are particularly looking for, please contact us and we will endeavour to find it for you.
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We are passionate about the positive impact buying vintage furniture has on the environment. We strive to use natural materials and treatments during the repair and restoration of our furniture.
3 seater AP32 sofa by Hans Wegner for AP Stolen, Denmark (1950s)
This rare 'AP32' 3/4 seater sofa was designed by Hans Wegner and manufactured for AP Stolen in the 1950s. The sofa has been newly upholstered in a medium grey, pure wool fabric by Abraham Moon and Sons.
It is extremely sturdy with oak legs that can be unscrewed.
The sofa is in excellent condition.
Please contact us for a fabric sample or if you would like to view it in our st Albans studio.
Pair of Klot 3 wall lamps by Hemi, Sweden (1970s)
A pair of 1970s table / wall lights. In brown sprayed aluminium. The shade smoothly oscillates on the base to change the angle of the light. For use as table or wall lights. In very good vintage condition with some light marks and age related wear, the bases, where they attach to the wall are scratched as photographed clearly.
Fully working, UK plug and PAT tested, March 2023.
24cm high / 20cm diameter of shades
Pantella floor lamp by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen (1970s)
Unveiled in 1971, the Panthella Table Lamp is a Danish design classic. Created by Verner Panton in partnership with lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen, the light is instantly recognisable by its distinctive silhouette and warm glow.
Panton's intention for the Panthella was to create a light where the stand and the shade served as a reflector, casting a soft and ambient light around the room. This is heightened by the Dane's signature use of an organic, curved shape, with clean lines intersecting one another to create glare-free light refraction.
The domed shade and base of the lamp are manufactured in plastic and the stem, steel.
This lamp has a newly fitted UK plug and was PAT tested in March 2023.
Danish 3 seat sofa refurbished and reupholstered in wool (1960s)
This beautiful 1960s three seater sofa has been restored with new webbing, the woodwork has been cleaned and oiled. The sturdy frame reclines slightly at the horizontally slatted backrest to give a comfortable seating position. The new cushions have been upholstered by us, using 100% wool fabric by Scottish company Bute fabrics. The frames is in excellent condition, it is sturdy, with a few marks and scratches commensurate of its age, clearly shown on the photographs.
The fabric is 'Magic' in 'Enchanted' colour-way. Please contact us if you would like a fabric sample.
Height - 81 cm
Depth - 72 cm
Width - 187 cm
Please contact us if you would like to view this sofa in our St Albans studio
Armchair by Illum Wikkelsø for Niels Eilersen Model No.4 Capella, Denmark - 2 available
We have restored the beautiful frame of this easy chair by Illum Wikkelsø, the teak retains a rich colour. The cushions are new, we have upholstered them in a cream, pure wool boucle by Bute Fabrics.
In the late 1950s, as a profit from cutting, large quantities of cheap teak wood (in the size 1x2x24 inches) came onto the world market. Wikkelsø and Eilersen used these to make the Capella range of furniture. For example. the armrests are made in the same way as a cricket bat; two pieces are glued to the top of the armpit. The chair is part of a modular program where chairs could be assembled into sofas of infinite length.
Please contact us if you would like to view these chairs in our St Albans studio.
The chairs are priced individually, but are a matching pair.
Width - 68cm
Depth - 68cm
Height - 68cm
Ole Wanscher Model 110 Teak Rocking Chair, for France and Son (1950s)
This Model FD-110 rocking chair, produced by France and Son of Denmark in the 1950s is constructed of a solid teak frame. The wood has been carefully sanded and oiled with danish oil restoring its rich patina.
The France and Sons makers mark is clearly visible on the inside back and the frame is sound.
We have made a removable seat pad for below the seat cushion to protect it from the webbing.
The new cushions have been upholstered in soft 'Ogden' boucle fabric by Scumacher in Ivory.
Height - 75 cm
Width - 65 cm
Depth - 68 cm
Please contact us if you would like to take a look at the chair in our St Albans studio, or if you would like a fabric sample posted to you.
Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) studied under Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and later worked at Klint’s design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. He helped shape Danish furniture design as a designer and as an educator when he took over Klint’s professorship at the Academy.
Wanscher’s classic and contemporary designs made him popular. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and will be so even several hundred years from now, for this is how long it lasts”. Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detail and his deep respect for materials.
Wanscher viewed furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasised slim dimensions and resilient forms. Creating his best-known designs between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era when the “design for all” philosophy emerged. In Denmark, some of design’s biggest names created functional and affordable furniture for the Danish people and the small spaces they lived in. Wanscher took great interest in industrially produced yet high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces.
Wanscher was awarded the Copenhagen Carpenters’ Guild Annual Award and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960
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