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
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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.
A Midcentury teak bar cart in excellent condition. A Minimalist Danish design the two-tiered serving tea/bar cart is in excellent overall condition with an oiled finish. Structurally sound and sturdy. All casters in working order.
Height, 67 cm
Width, 36 cm
Length, 64 cm
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This rare midcentury coffee table was designed for France and Sons of Denmark in the 1960s by furniture designers Hvidt and Mølgaard. The table has a large 3cm solid teak circular top and sleigh legs. This product has been oiled and is in very good condition. There are 2 imperfections in the wood, clearly photographed. The makers mark is clearly visible.
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