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The following beautiful works of art and vintage design have found their way to happy new owners. If there are any pieces you are also looking for, please feel free to contact me. I can track down a comparable object for you in the art market by means of a search request.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude Wrapped Statues Aegina Temple, 1988

This artwork is a silkscreen / collage of the proposed – not yet executed – wrapping of the Figures of the Aphai temple on the island of Aegina (Greece) exhibited in the Glyptothek Munich Museum. The entire proposed project consist of the wrapping of all the Classical sculptures in the Glyptothek. Two more silkscreens are made by Christo and Jeanne-Claude of this subject: Wrapped Statues, Sleeping Fawn, Project for the Glyptothek, Munich, 2001 and Wrapped Roman Sculptures, Project for Die Glyptothek, München,1991.

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Park Sae-Bo – Ecriture, lithograph 1988

Park Sae-Bo “Ecriture”, 1988. Lithograph on Arches paper. Signed, dated and numbered (210/300) by the artist in pencil. Professionally framed in black lacquered and bronze painted frame to match the artwork.

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Kazuo Shiraga – Passionate Winner, silkscreen 1988

Passionate Winner, 1988. Silk-Screen Signed K. Shiraga and numbered (100/300) by the artist in pencil. Framed.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Early “Bolle” Vase – Venini

Early “Bolle” bottle model 502 in two-tone brown free-blow glass with Incalmo technique. Designed 1966, executed by Venini glassworks.

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Walasse Ting – Untitled, 1968

Untitled, ca. 1968. lithograph Signed in ink though very faded Ting and EA. Framed.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Art-object, model 3523 – Iittala, Finland

Moldblown crystal Art Object / Vase with vertical cut lines, model 3523. Designed in 1947 by Tapio Wirkkala, executed by Iittala glassworks in 1955. This particular model was only produced between 1951-1960 and is the tallest of the two variants in the catalog

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Victor Vasarely – Hexa 5, 1988

Hexa 5, 1988. Silkscreen, signed Vasarely and numbered 261 / 300 in pencil by the artist. Framed in black lacquered frame, museumglass.

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Johanne Gerber – Two Dishes and a Vase, Baca Series – Royal Copenhagen, Denmark

Two dishes (models 2885 & 2882) and a vase (model 3259) from the “Baca” Fajance series Royal Copenhagen. Décor (no 780) designed by Johanne Gerber, depicting abstracted flowers in different shades of blue overlaying and overlayed by brown abstracted branches.

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Leo Moser (attr.) “Fipop” stemmed bowl – Karlsbader Kristallfabrik a.G. Ludwig Moser & Söhne

Stemmed Bowl in brown coloured facetted glass with “orroplastic’ band depicting Amazon warriors, etched and gilded. Designed ca 1920.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Silver “Trumpetti” candlesticks – Kultakeskus Oy, Finland

Pair of silver “Trumpetti” candlesticks model TW 284, designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1963. Executed by Kultakeskus Oy in 2007. Silver fineness is 830, height of the candlesticks is 10 cm.

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Aldo van den Nieuwelaar – Lightsculpture “Circellamp” model TC 6 – Boops, The Netherlands

A lightsculpture “Circellamp”, model TC6 designed by Aldo van den Nieuwelaar in 1968, executed by Boops in 2008. This lightsculpture has been in production by various companies since its design in 1968. This particular TC6 was made by Boops in 2008. Approximately 100 pieces were produced between 2008 and 2010 when production was seized. Unlike previous productions, a pulse dimmer was added by Boops. What makes this particular object extra rare is the fact that the designer signed it underneath.

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Christo and Jeanne-Claude – The Mastaba Project for Kunstverein Köln, 1986

Christo and Jeanne-Claude – The Mastaba Project for Kunstverein Köln, 1986. Silkscreen and photo-collage. Mounted in plexiglass box. This temporary sculpture was constructed of 1.000 purpose made oil barrels for the exhibition „Die 60er Jahre – Kölns Weg zur Kunstmetropole – Vom Happening zum Kunstmarkt“, organised by the Kölnischer Kunstverein, Köln, 31. August – 16. November 1986. This collage was part of an edition of 200, there were also 50 AP printed. Originally these prints were sold together with an oil barrel from the sculpture, original oil barrel included.

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Hans Wegner, “Wingchair”, model AP-45 – AP-Stolen, Denmark

“Wingchair”, model AP-45, designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960. Executed by AP-Stolen, Copenhagen in the 1960’s.

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Max Sauze – “Cassiopé” chandelier, 1970’s

An aluminium and steel chandelier “Cassiopé”, designed in 1969 by Max Sauze and produced by Atelier Sauze in the 1970’s. Originally this chandelier was designed for the Congress Center in Aix en Provence. The Cassiopé is commercially produced in two sizes, this being the largest size one.

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Tamara Aladin – A set of five glass Art-objects – Riihimäki Riihimäen lasi Oy

Tamara Aladin – A set of 5 vases designed by Tamara Aladin for Riihimäki Riihimäen lasi Oy, before 1976.

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Seguso Dalla Venezia – A tall multicoloured glass figure of “the Madonna”, Murano, Venice ca. 1957

Tall multicolored glass figure of “the Madonna” with gold dust inclusion in foot and aureole.

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Nils Thorsson – Two vases and two dishes, Baca Series – Royal Copenhagen, Denmark

Two dishes (models 2884 & 2882) and two vases (model 3455 & 3259) from the “Baca” Fajance series Royal Copenhagen. Décor (no 719) designed by Nils Thorsson, depicting abstracted flowers and animals in different shades of brown and sand.

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Hans-Agne Jakobsson – Tablelamp, model BN 26 – AB Hans-Agne Jacobsson Markaryd ca. 1975

Brass coloured aluminium tablelamp, model BN-26, designed by Jakobsson in the 1960’s and produced by AB Hans-Agne Jacobsson Markaryd ca. 1970-1980. This tablelamp is in good overall condition, minor wear consistent of age and use. The lamp is in working condition.

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A small silver makeup-box decorated with bats and a peach, Qing Dynasty, China ca. 1880

A small Chinese silver makeup-box decorated with bats and a peach. These silver boxed became highly popular in court culture during the Qing dynasty. This box is fitted with 3 compartments (for various kind of cosmetics) and has a hinged lit. On the hinge is another bat, that hangs upside down. This also has deeper meaning. The Chinese phrase of “upside down” (Dao) sounds similar to “has arrived” (Dao) again an homonym. That way the combined symbols – Fú, Tao and Dao – on this box are to be interpreted that lifelong happiness has arrived, making it a talisman, wishing the holder a long life of happiness.

The silver box bears a stamped unidentified mark. On the sides it bears an engraved frieze of stylized leaves and flowers It’s most likely made in the 2nd half of the 19th century.

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Axel Salto – Stoneware Deerhead sculpture, model 20:803 – Royal Copenhagen, 1950

A stoneware Deerhead sculpture, model no: 20.803, sculpted by Axel Salto in 1946 and executed by Royal Copenhagen in 1950.

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Karl-Erik Ytterberg – Set of four brass candlesticks – BCA Eskilstuna, Sweden 1960’s

Set of four brass candlesticks designed by Karl-Erik Ytterberg, produced by BCA Eskilstuna Sweden in the 1960’s.

The candlesticks are monogrammed “KEY” underneath the foot and marked BCA Eskilstuna (Manufacturer) and model number 4973.

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Christo and Jeanne-Claude – Wrapped Tree (Project), colour-serigraph 1970

“Wrapped Tree (Project)”, 1970. Signed in pencil Christo and numbered 150/150. Colour-serigraph on Bristol paper, framed. Image Size H. 55,9 cm x W. 71 cm.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Crystal Art-Object “Feather” model 3369 = 3869 – Iittala Finland 1955

A very rare free blown, hot formed, comb-cut crystal Art-object “feather”, model 3369=3869. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1954 and executed by Iittala glassworks in 1955. For this design Wirkkala was awarded the Grand Prix on the Milan Trienale in 1954.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Sterling silver dish, model TW 276 – Kultakeskus Finland

A Sterling silver dish, model TW 276, designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1963. Executed by Kultakeskus Oy in 1965.

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Poul Henningsen – “PH Kontrast” pendant – Louis Poulsen, Denmark ca. 1970

A partly lacquered, partly chromed aluminium and steel pendant, model “PH Kontrast”. Designed by Poul Henningsen between 1958-1962. Executed by Louis Poulsen.

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Kaj Franck – Clear and purple glass Art-object, model KF 234 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1960

A Clear and purple glass Art-object, model KF 234. Designed by Kaj Franck and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland in 1960.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Largest size crystal art-object “Kantarelli”, model 3280 – Iittala Finland 1956

Iconic crystal art-object “Kantarelli”, model 3280. Designed in 1946 by Tapio Wirkkala and executed by Iittala in 1956.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Sterling silver dish, model TW 114 – Kultakeskus Finland 1966

A Sterling silver dish, model TW 114, designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1956. Executed by Kultakeskus Oy in 1966.

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Hans Jørgen Hvid – Geometric abstract composition – Acrylic on canvas

Hans Jørgen Hvid , A geometric-abstract painting by Danish artist Hans Jørgen Hvid. Painted in acryl on canvas, signed on the reverse.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Boatshaped silver candlestick – Hopeatehdas Finland 1959

A silver boatshaped candlestick, designed by Tapio Wirkkala. Executed by Hopeatehdas Oy in 1959.

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Victor Vasarely – “Bora-D”, screenprint 1968

“Bora-D”, 1968. Silkscreen on wove paper, signed Vasarely in pencil by the artist. Framed in brushed aluminium frame, museum-glass.

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Alvar Aalto – Vintage “Golden Bell” pendants – Louis Poulsen, Denmark 1960’s

Alvar Aalto, vintage “Golden Bell” Pendants, Designed by the famous Finnish Modernist architect Alvar Aalto for the restaurant of the Savoy hotel in Helsinki in 1936. The pendants are made from one sheet of brass and were produced by Louis Poulsen in the 1960’s.

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Kaj Franck – “Prisma”, glass Art-object, model KF 215 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1963

A free blown, cased glass, facet cut art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215, in blue, yellow and green hues. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1953 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks in 1963.

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Kaj Franck – A glass art-object, model KF 234 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1961

Tapered blue encased in clear glass art-object. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1955 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks in 1961.

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Kaj Franck – Large blue glass art-object, model KF 261 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1961

Large round, blue and clear cased glass art-object, model KF 261. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1960, executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks in 1961.

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Kaj Franck – A matched set of moss-green Art-objects, model KF 260 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, 1960

Two green and clear cased glass, turned mold blown and cut art-objects, model KF 260, designed by Kaj Franck in 1960, both were executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks in 1960.

These art-objects were only made between 1960 and 1966 in three colors (green, blue and purple) and three sizes (110, 140, 220 mm). This being the smallest and tallest examples in a rare moss-green colour.

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André Lanskoy – Abstract composition, lithograph on Arches paper ca. 1965 – framed, museumglass

André Lanskoy – Abstract composition, lithograph on Arches paper ca. 1965.

Signed and numbered (108/175) – Professionally framed in brushed aluminium frame, museumglass.

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Per Lütken – Unique freeblown multicolored glass art-object – Holmegaard Denmark 1974

Unique freeblown multicolored glass art-object with marble effect in the base.

This unique art-object was designed by Lütken and excecuted by the Holmegaard glassworks in Denmark in 1974.

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Kaj Franck – Large green and clear glass art-object, model KF 261 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1961

Large round, green and clear cased glass, moldblown, turned and cut art-object, model KF 261, designed by Kaj Franck in 1960, executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks in 1961.

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Timo Sarpaneva – glass art-object “Blues” – Iittala, Finland 1985

Large blue and white opal, glass art-object “Blues”, model 32567.

Designed by Timo Sarpaneva in 1985 and executed in the same year by Iittala glasswork in Finland.

This art-object is fully signed in diamondpen: Timo Sarpaneva – Iittala. part of a limited edition of 1985 pieces, numbered: 15/1985. Still bears the original Iittala label.

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Timo Sarpaneva – Green and clear glass art-object “Pilleri”, model 3599 – Iittala, Finland 1957

Mould formed, stick-blown clear and darkgreen art-object, model 3599.

Designed by famous Finnish artist Timo Sarpaneva around 1953 and executed by Iittala glassworks in 1957. Sometimes referred to as the “Pilleri” or “Pill”.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Crystal, line cut art-object, model 3550 – Iittala Finland 1954

Crystal, line cut art-object, model 3550. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala circa 1952. Excecuted by Iittala glassworks, Finland in 1954.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Glass art-object “Kuvaputki”, model 0575 – Iittala Finland 1978

Cast, side cut glass Art-object / Sculpture “Kuvaputki”,model 0575. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala for the Valcon Company in 1978 and executed by iittala in a limited edition in the same year.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Crystal art-object “Kantarelli”, model 3280 – Iittala Finland circa 1955

Iconic crystal art-object “Kantarelli”, model 3280. Designed in 1946 by Tapio Wirkkala and executed by Iittala circa 1955.

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Kaj Franck – Art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1959

A free blown, cased glass, facet cut Art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215, in purple and turquoise hues. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1953 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland in 1959.

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Kaj Franck – Glass Art-Object / Goblet, model KF 539 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö circa 1975

Amber, black and red coloured art-object / goblet, model KF 539, on speckled glass stem. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1972, executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks circa 1975

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Kaj Franck – Glass Art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1964

A free blown, cased glass, facet cut Art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215 in blue, yellow and green hues. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1953 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland in 1964.

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Kaj Franck – A glass art-object “Pilari”, model KF 249 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1959

A glass Art-object “Pilari”, model KF 249, in purple, and turquoise hues. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1956 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland in 1959.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Sterling silver “Tulip” vase, model TW 2 – Kultakeskus Oy, Finland 1957

A Sterling silver “Tulip”vase, model TW 2, designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1954. Handmade to order by the craftsmen of Kultakeskus Oy in 1957.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Sterling silver leaf-shaped bowl, model TW 4 – Kultakeskus Oy, Finland 1963

A Sterling silver leaf-shaped bowl, model TW 4. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1954. Handmade by the craftsmen of Kultakeskus Oy in 1963.

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Kaj Franck – A glass art-object “Ruutana”, model KF 226 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1954

This “Ruutana” is model KF 226 in the series of art-objects designed by Kaj Franck. It was produced between 1954 and 1962 by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, winning the Diplôme d’Honneur at the Milan Triennale in 1954. The object is signed underneath the base: Kaj Franck – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö 54 (1954) which makes it a rare early example, made in the first year of production.

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Timo Sarpaneva – Crystal Art-Object “Orkidea” (Orchid), Model 3568 – Iittala, Finland 1982

Clear lead crystal glass, steam blown interior, cut and surface polished Art-object / sculpture “Orkidea” (Orchid), model 3568. Designed by famous Finnish artist prof. Timo Sarpaneva in 1953 and executed by Iittala glassworks in 1982.

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Kaj Franck – A large Art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, ca. 1965

A glass Art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215, in light-brown and grey hues. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1953 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland in circa 1965.

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Kaj Franck – A glass Art-object “Lancet”, model KF 218 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, ca. 1965

A free blown, cut and polished purple and clear cased glass art-object “Lancet”, model KF 218. This art-object was designed by Kaj Franck in 1953 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland circa 1965. This particular “Lancet” is the largest size produced in an extremely rare colour.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Silver bowl in the shape of stylised seashell – Hopeatehdas Oy, Finland 1960

A silver bowl in the shape of a stylised seashell. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala and handmade by the craftsmen of Hopeatehdas Oy in 1960.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Sterling silver spiraled bowl, model TW 111 – Kultakeskus, Finland 1959

A Sterling silver spiraled bowl, model TW 111. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala and handmade to order by the craftsmen of Kultakeskus Oy in 1959, these bowls were never made in serial production.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Comb cut art-object, model 3123 – Iittala Finland 1958

Turned-mold blown crystal, comb cut art-object, model 3123. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1956. Excecuted by Iittala glassworks, Finland in 1958.

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Oiva Toikka, Lilac glass Art-object, model OT24, Nuutajärvi-Notsjö 1965-1967

A mould blown, cased glass, cut off Art-object, model OT24. Designed by Oiva Toikka in 1965 and handmade by the craftsmen of the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, between 1965 and 1967.

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Charles & Ray Eames – Lounge Chair & Ottoman, model 670 & 671 – Vitra under licence from Herman Miller, 1968

A beautiful original vintage matching set of a Lounge Chair & Ottoman, model 670 & 671. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1956 and executed by Vitra in 1968.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Two Crystal, line cut Art-Objects, models 3336 & 3268 – Iittala, Finland ca. 1955

A turned mold-blown crystal, line-cut art-object, model 3268 and a chair-worked, hot formed, line cut art-object, model 3336. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1948 and 1952 and executed by Iittala glassworks circa 1955.

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Kaj Franck – A purple and clear glass art-object, model KF 295 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, ca. 1965

A turned mold blown, cut and polished purple and clear cased glass art-object, model KF 295. This art-object was designed by Kaj Franck in 1964 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland circa 1965.

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Tapio Wirkkala – sculpture of a bird “Suokurppa” on a glass stand, model TW 513 – Kultakeskus / Iittala, Finland ca. 1975

A sculpture of a bird, most resembling a snipe. The Finnish name for the sculpure is “Suokurppa”, which translates into Bog or Marsh Snipe. Tapio Wirkkala sculpted these birdsculptures in 1975 and they are modelnumber TW513 in his oeuvre. The Finnish metalmaking firm, Kultakeskus made these sculptures by hand and only by order

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Kaj Franck – Glass art-object, model KF 266 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1962

A moldblown, cut and polished blue and clear cased glass art-object, model KF 266. This art-object was designed by Kaj Franck in 1960 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland in 1962.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Sterling Silver Art-object “Liekki”, Model TW 228 – Kultakeskus, Finland 1962

A Sterling silver tapered art-object, mounted on a teak base. The two sides of this object together form an S-shape. This beautiful piece, commenly referred to as the “Liekki” or “Flame” was designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1960 and executed by the caftsmen of Kultakeskus, Hämeenlinna Finland in 1962

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Mogens Balle – Abstract composition, lithograph on Arches paper 1967 – framed, museumglass

Mogens Balle – Abstract composition, lithograph on Arches paper 1967.

Signed and numbered (32/100) in pencil. Professionally framed in brushed aluminium frame, museumglass.

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Kaj Franck – Green glass art-object, model N407 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1967

A fixed mould-blown, cut and polished green glass art-object, model N 407, designed by Kaj Franck in 1967 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks in that same year.

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Kaj Franck – Two glass Art-objects “Prisma”, model KF215 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1963 and 1964

Two free blown, flared and cased glass, facet cut art-objects “Prisma”, model KF 215, in yellow, blue and green hues. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1953 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland in 1963 and 1964.

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Henry Heerup – “Bird’s Nest”, 1950 – Linocut on paper, framed, museumglass

Henry Heerup – “Bird’s Nest”, Linocut on paper 1950.

Signed and numbered (29/125) in pencil. Professionally framed in light oak frame, museumglass.

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Kaj Franck – Smoke grey-green glass art-object, model KF108 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland, 1954

A free blown, flared, cut and polished smoke grey-green and clear cased glass art-object, model KF 108, designed by Kaj Franck in 1953 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks in 1954.

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Alvar Aalto – a Vintage Model A335B pendant – Valaisinpaja, Finland 1970’s

A vintage painted metal ceiling light, model A335 B, the domed white enamelled metal shade with concentric perforations. Designed by Aalvar Aalto in 1954. This example was most likely made by Valaisinpaja in the mid 1970’s.

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Tapio Wirkkala – A Sterling Silver flower vase, model TW 36 – Kultakeskus, Finland 1959

A first grade silver (Sterling) flower vase / art object, designed in 1954 by Tapio Wirkalla and executed by the silversmiths of Kultakeskus in 1959.

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Timo Sarpaneva – Two sizes crystal Art-Object “Orkidea” (Orchid), Model 3568 – Iittala, Finland 1955 & ca. 1965

Two sizes, clear lead-crystal glass, cut and surface polished Art-objects / sculptures “Orkidea” (Orchid), model 3568 with steam blown interior. Designed by famous Finnish artist Timo Sarpaneva in 1953 and executed by Iittala glassworks.

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Gunnar Nylund – A glazed stoneware sculpture of an Ermine – Rörstrand Sweden, ca. 1955

A stoneware sculpture of an Ermine, finished in a blue-grey and lightbrown brown glaze on a original lacquered wooden base.

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Tapio Wirkkala – A Sterling Silver flowervase – Kultakeskus, Finland 1962

A first grade silver (Sterling) flower vase / art object, designed circa 1954 by Tapio Wirkkala and executed by the silversmiths of Kultakeskus in 1962.

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Tapio Wirkkala – A rare Neosin coloured glass art-object / vase, Model 3537 – Iittala, Finland 1967

A rare turned-mold blown glass, Neosin colour art-object / vase, model 3537. Designed by Tapio Wirkkala and executed by the Iittala glassworks in 1967.

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Kaj Franck – A green glass art-object “Pajunlehti” or “Willowleaf”, model KF210 – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland 1954

A free blown green and clear cased glass art-object “Pajunlehti” or “Willowleaf”, model KF 210. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1954 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks in that same year.

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Gunnar Nylund – A glazed stoneware sculpture of a waterbird – Rörstrand Sweden, ca. 1955

A stoneware sculpture of a waterbird, finished in brown and lightbrown glazes. Designed by Gunnar Nylund and executed by Rörstrand, ca. 1955.

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Gunnar Nylund – A set of five glazed miniature vases – Rörstrand Sweden, ca. 1960

A rare set of five miniature stoneware vases finished in “hare’s fur” glaze, in multiple tones of blue. Designed by Gunnar Nylund and executed by Rörstrand circa 1960.

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Kaj Franck – A glass Art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215 in brown and grey hues – Nuutajärvi-Notsjö Finland circa 1965

A free blown glass art-object “Prisma”, model KF 215, in brown and grey hues. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1953 and executed by the Nuutajärvi-Notsjö glassworks, Finland circa 1965.

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Tapio Wirkkala – Sterling Silver Art-object “Liekki”, Model TW 228 – Kultakeskus, Finland 1966 – Handmade to Order

A Sterling silver tapered art-object, mounted on a teak base. The two sides of this object together form an S-shape. This Art-object, commenly referred to as the “Liekki” or “Flame” was designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1960. This size “Liekki” were only made to order making this a rare object.

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Tapio Wirkkala – “Suokurppa”, a sculpture of a bird on a glass stand, model TW 513 – Handmade to order by Kultakeskus Oy, Finland 1984

A sculpture of a bird, most resembling a snipe. The Finnish name for the sculpure is “Suokurppa”, which translates into Bog or Marsh Snipe. Tapio Wirkkala sculpted these birdsculptures in 1975 and they are modelnumber TW513 in his oeuvre. The Finnish metalmaking firm, Kultakeskus made these sculptures by hand and only by order

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Arne Jacobsen – A “Mosquito” Office Swifel Chair, model 3115 – Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1950’s

An early edition adjustable “Mosquito” swifel office chair. Designed by famed Danish designer Arne Jacobsen in 1955 and executed by Fritz Hansen in the late 1950’s.

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Tapio Wirkkala – A glass Art-object “Medusa”, model 501.2 – Venini, Italy circa 1966

A rare “Medusa” Art-object, model 501.2 in freeblown filigrain mauve and clear glass cased in aquamarine coloured glass.

Designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1966, executed by Venini glassworks probably late 1960’s.

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Tapio Wirkkala – “Foal’s Foot” (Varsanjanka), Model 3215 – Iittala Finland circa 1955

A Turned-mold blown crystal Art-object “Varsanjanka” or “Foal’s Foot”, model 3215, designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1947 and executed by the Iittala glassworks circa 1955.

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Verner Panton – A first edition “Panthella” floorlamp – Louis Poulsen, Denmark circa 1975

A first edition “Panthella” floorlamp. Designed by the well know Danish designer Verner Panton in 1970 and executed by Louis Poulsen in the 1970’s.

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Tapio Wirkkala – “Chantarel” (Kantarelli), model 3280 – Iittala Finland circa 1955

Iconic crystal line cut Art-object “Kantarelli” (Chantarel), model 3280. Designed in 1946 by Tapio Wirkkala and executed by Iittala circa 1955.

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Tapio Wirkkala – A glass Art-object Model 3502 – Iittala Finland circa 1965

A still-mold blown glass Art-object, model 3502, designed by Tapio Wirkkala in 1959 and executed by the Iittala glassworks circa 1965.

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Timo Sarpaneva – Six Art-Objects from the “Hiidenkirnu” series – Iittala, Finland ca. 1955

Six mould blown, hot worked, sand-blasted, acid matted glass Art objects from the “Hiddenkirnu” series, designed by Timo Sarpaneva in 1951. Produced by Iittala glassworks ca. 1955.

Price including VAT: SOLD

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