£380.00Visit product page →Designed in 1955 by Arne Jacobsen, and produced by Danish manufacturers Fritz Hansen. The Modernist Series 7 chair is one of the most iconic silhouettes in furniture history, with its signature curved backrest.Fritz Hansen’s bestselling chair, the composition of the Series 7 represents the culmination of the then-revolutionary lamination technique, with its pressure moulded plywood frame crafted to showcase the many possibilities of lamination, and upholstered in its original soft black leather.These are vintage pieces in excellent condition, with some minimal damage to the leather, (photographed). One chair has a small indentation to the leather seat (photographed) all feature matching makers marks on the underside of the seats.We have 8 available, please contact us if you would like individual photos or would like to view them in our St Albans studio.
Height - 80.5cm
Seat Height 46.5cm
£800.00Visit product page →
This lovely 1960s swivel chair has been fully reupholstered including a new, firm cushion. The arms have a geometric appearance and the fabric is carefully topstitched throughout to produce intricate, strong, firm seams. The feet are constructed in aluminium and have very minor spots of rust on them. The chair is upholstered in a soft, pure wool boucle called 'Tiree' by Bute Fabrics. Please contact us if you would like a sample or if you would like to view the chair in our St Albans studio.
Height - 68 cm
Width - 67 cm
Depth - 63 cm
This mid century armchair was designed by the Danish, female midcentury furniture designer Grete Jalk, and manufactured by France and Sons. It has a newly oiled teak frame, with 2 curved slats that form the back rest.
The armchair has been reupholstered as per the original in a 2 tone design. The navy blue fabric on the arms is "Pentland" by Bute Fabrics, and the soft wool felt "earth" fabric by Araham moon has been used for the cushions.
This armchair has a matching 3 seater sofa, as seen in the final photos.
Please contact us for fabric samples.
The makers mark is clearly visible.
If you would like to view this chair, you are very welcome to visit us in our St Albans studio.
£350.00Visit product page →
This wall mounted coat rack is constructed of nine wooden panels finished with teak veneer, mounted onto a feature brass frame. 5 brass hooks can be manoeuvred around the mounts and slotted over the tops. There is also a top hat shelf and a brass rail for coat hangers or scarves. The unit has 2 rectangular holes which will slot over screws or hooks, attaching it securely to a wall. A German sticker is present on the rear of the piece - 'Oberfläche Holzartig'. This is a vintage piece and has minor wear which is clearly shown in the photographs.
80cm x 105cm
Please contact us if you would like to view this in our St Albans studio.
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This magazine rack is made from steel, designed in 1955 to complement Panton's 'bachelor' chair manufactured using the same methods. It has been newly upholstered in off white canvas and grey leather. The rack comes apart and can be flat packed.
In excellent condition throughout.
£2,200.00Visit product page →
This lovely 3 seater mid century sofa was designed in Denmark for France and Sons. It has a newly polished teak frame, with curved slats that form the back rest.
It has been reupholstered as per the original in a 2 tone design. The dark fabric is "Pentland" by Bute Fabrics. The lighter blue "Earth" fabric is 100% wool by Moon fabrics. Please contact us for fabric samples.
The makers mark is clearly visible.
Please note that we have a matching armchair also available, as seen in the photographs. Please contact us if you are interested in the pair and we will alter shipping costs for you.
If you would like to view this item, you're welcome to visit us in st Albans.