Monday, October 28, 2013

Just-In 10-29-13 | Gino Sarfatti Arteluce Arredoluce Triennale Italy Floor Lamp, Danish Ole Wanscher France and Sons Teak Rocking Chair, Frem Rojle 3 leg chair, Baumritter Lounge Chair, Danish Rocking Chair, Ergonomic Kneeling Stools, ESA Danish Teak Wood Lamps,

Well, here are a few vintage Italian, Danish Modern, and the beautiful things we like.  Some need work, while others will be available this evening.

A mid-century modern Arteluce Arredoluce Triennale Floor Lamp by Gino Sarfatti- made in Italy.  This piece has been professionally re-wired by Bonnie Brae Lamps.  I'm very happy to own and offer this piece.  It is one that I'm debating keeping for my own use.

A Danish Modern, Ole Wanscher for France and Sons teak rocking chair with the original Povl Dinesen fabric.  I'm replacing the foam to the original upholstery and refurbishing the arms.  This piece will be available real soon.

Here is another vintage rocking chair with beautiful Danish Modern lines. This chair is not as important or rare as the Ole Wanscher rocking chair above, but it has similar styling and probably half the price.  You pick the fabric, and I can have new cushions with high density foam made for $200.  This piece will be available tonight.

A pair of vintage Hans Olsen for Frem Rojle Danish Modern side / dining chairs.  These chairs make wonderful modern accent pieces in any setting.  I need to work on the legs a little (refurbish) and should have them available soon.  This is the fourth or fifth set I've owned.

A mid-century Baumritter rocking lounge chair.  The chair has been recently re-glued and the finish is in excellent condition.  You pick the fabric, and I can have new cushions with high density foam made for $200.  This piece will be available tonight.

An original, vintage, kneeling chair designed by Peter Opsvik in 1979 for Varier Furniture known as the Balans Variable ergonomic kneeling chair.  Available tonight.

 A vintage, tubular chrome and wood ergonomic kneeling chair.  I'm not sure who the designer is on this one, but I tried it out and my posture is amazing.  I'm making this available tonight, but might quickly take it down for my own use.

 A pair of teak, Danish Modern, table lamps by ESA of Denmark.  The lamps are in amazing condition, re-wired, no shades, and will be available tonight.

Last, but not least, a Mid-Century Modern, chrome table lamp anchored by a chrome ball and an original black shade.  Very cute.  This would make a great desk or accessory lamp.  


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