Pair of Scandinavian Modern nightstands in a pale elmwood detailed with solid teak. Each cabinet has a single pull out drawer and a drop door compartment. The legs are plated matte brass in “V” form. Very good original condition, maker unknown circa 1960.
An elegant Swedish Art Deco 3-drawer marquetry chest of drawers with limestone top. The chest's upper section is detailed with a stylized meander design which wraps to the sides. The center drawer references classicism with a man's profile framed by decorative inlays of burl, elm, mahogany and other exotic woods. The bottom drawer as with the top is veneered with native flame birch. There are 6 solid brass ring pulls. Newly restored in excellent condition.
Superb Swedish Art Deco 3 drawer chest with wood marquetry and inlay in pewter. The chest's center drawer features a young male figure wearing a laurel wreath on his head and a quiver around his waist. He is delighted by a butterfly which is above his head. A stylized neo-classical wreath frames this scene. The center round ring pulls are offset from upper and lower pairs. and pewter inlays detail the feet and the upper and lower edges of the chest. The body is stained lemon wood. Restored in excellent condition.
Swedish art deco 2-door cabinet which hovers on a plinth and is veneered with mahogany and horizontal bands of Macassar Ebony. A decorative steel circular plate covers the lock mechanism and exterior tubular steel hinges detail the cabinets sides. The cabinet's interior is in two sections one with adjustable shelves the other with sliding drawers. The original tie or belt rail and accessory holder are still present.
Swedish Art Deco walnut secretary cabinet by Erik Chambert.
Swedish art deco drop front secretary cabinet by Erik Chambert decorated with panels and carvings and veneered in highly figure walnut. Inside are a variety of drawers, letter slots, a lamp, and a mirrored back wall. The bottom has room for 2 shelves. Fully restored and in excellent condition.
antastic Swedish Art Deco 3-door cabinet designed by architect Carl Bergsten. The cabinet is veneered in elm and mahogany and inlayed with bands of pewter. The two front feet are carved gilt wood in the form of resting lions. Double doors on the left open to a compartment with 2 long shelves, the right side 2 shelves and 5 drawers of various sizes. Made in Sweden, circa 1930