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              • Ole Wanscher (Danish, 1903-1985) Pair of Colonial Lounge Chairs, height 80 cm width 67 cm depth 60 cm
                Mar. 26, 2024

                Ole Wanscher (Danish, 1903-1985) Pair of Colonial Lounge Chairs, height 80 cm width 67 cm depth 60 cm

                Est: $3,000 - $5,000

                Ole Wanscher (Danish, 1903-1985) Pair of Colonial Lounge Chairs manufactured by Poul Jeppesen Mobelfabrik, rosewood, cane, and black leather upholstery (2)

                Shapiro Auctioneers
              • Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen Tea Trolley
                Mar. 21, 2024

                Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen Tea Trolley

                Est: $300 - $500

                Ole Wanscher (Danish, 1903-1985). Teak tea trolley or cart designed for Poul Jeppesen Mobelfabrik. Circa 1960s. Rotating fold-out top, lower tier, rubber casters. Poul Jeppensen Mobelfabrik label on underside of trolley. Light scuffs and scratches to wood on folded and unfolded sections of top. Marks and wear throughout legs. 27 1/2" W x 17 3/4" D x 23 1/4" H. With top folded out and rotated: 35 1/4" W x 27 1/2" D x 22 1/2" H. 23 lbs.

                Willow Auction House
              • Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for P. Jeppesen: Et par 'Colonial Chairs' af valnød, model PJ149 (2)
                Mar. 14, 2024

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for P. Jeppesen: Et par 'Colonial Chairs' af valnød, model PJ149 (2)

                Est: - kr20,000

                Et par 'Colonial' lænestole med stel af massivt oliebehandlet valnøddetræ, løse sædebunde med sjeneflet, hynder betrukket med brunt læder. Fremstillet hos P. Jeppesen med metalplaketter herfra.

                Auktionshuset.com
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. 3-seater sofa. Teak frame. Brown leather upholstery. Produced in Cado, stamped here. It shows marks of use.
                Mar. 07, 2024

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. 3-seater sofa. Teak frame. Brown leather upholstery. Produced in Cado, stamped here. It shows marks of use.

                Est: €1,800 - €2,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. 3-seater sofa. Teak frame. Brown leather upholstery. Produced in Cado, stamped here. With marks of use. Measurements: 80 x 181 x 75 cm. Seat height 49 cm. One of the best creations of the Danish master Ole Wanscher, the Senator model was inspired by British and French furniture of the 19th century. It features an open-format teak wood structure, light and solid, typical of Danish furniture from the second half of the 20th century. Considered an integral part of the central aesthetic and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied with Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked in Klint's design studio before becoming a freelance furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: "Having a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years go by, for this is how long it lasts." Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detailing and deep respect for materials. While traveling in Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in diverse visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the postwar era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for the Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher took a keen interest in industrially produced but high quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild Annual Award and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underscored Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. 3-seater sofa. Teak frame. Original cushions with brown wool upholstery. Made by Cado, stamped here. Has marks of use. Small hole in one cushion.
                Mar. 07, 2024

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. 3-seater sofa. Teak frame. Original cushions with brown wool upholstery. Made by Cado, stamped here. Has marks of use. Small hole in one cushion.

                Est: €1,500 - €1,600

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. 3-seater sofa. Teak frame. Original cushions with brown wool upholstery. Manufactured by Cado, stamped here. Shows marks of use. Small hole in one cushion. Measurements: 78 x 181 x 75 cm. Seat height 44 cm. One of the best creations of Danish master Ole Wanscher, the Senator model was inspired by 19th century British and French furniture. It features an open-format teak wood structure, light and solid, typical of Danish furniture from the second half of the 20th century. Considered an integral part of the central aesthetic and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied with Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked in Klint's design studio before becoming a freelance furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: "Having a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years go by, for this is how long it lasts." Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detailing and deep respect for materials. While traveling in Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in diverse visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the postwar era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for the Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher took a keen interest in industrially produced but high quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild Annual Award and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underscored Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN MOBELFABRIK. Two "Senator" armchairs. Solid oak frame. Loose cushions later upholstered in black leather. High backrest.
                Mar. 07, 2024

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN MOBELFABRIK. Two "Senator" armchairs. Solid oak frame. Loose cushions later upholstered in black leather. High backrest.

                Est: €2,000 - €2,200

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN MOBELFABRIK. Two "Senator" armchairs. Solid oak frame. Loose cushions later upholstered in black leather. High backrest. Made at P. Jeppesen Møbelfabrik, with label. With light traces of wear, later upholstered. Measurements: 101/44 cm (height) x 68 x 90 (approx.) cm. One of the best known Danish manufacturing firms worldwide, Poul Jeppensen Møbelfabrik A/S boasts the realization of some of the classics within the Danish furniture manufacturing, developing models that, despite its more than 50 years of history, are still popular. An example of this is the "Egypt" stool, a piece designed by Ole Wanscher that perfectly reflects the philosophy of P.J. Furniture through its pure, aesthetically pleasing lines and the use of a gently curved seat. The result, ancient traditions combined with contemporary manufacturing technology. Considered an integral part of the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied with Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked in Klint's design studio before becoming a freelance furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: "Having a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years go by, for this is how long it lasts." Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detailing and deep respect for materials. While traveling in Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in diverse visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the postwar era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for the Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher took a keen interest in industrially produced but high quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild Annual Award and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underscored Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. Pair of "Senator" armchairs. Teak wood frame. New upholstery with stone pattern. With marks of use. With CADO stamp.
                Mar. 07, 2024

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. Pair of "Senator" armchairs. Teak wood frame. New upholstery with stone pattern. With marks of use. With CADO stamp.

                Est: €1,200 - €1,300

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for CADO. Pair of "Senator" armchairs. Teak wood frame. New upholstery with stone pattern. WithCADO stamp. With CADO stamp. Measurements: 79 x 68 x 70 cm. Seat height 45 cm. One of the best creations of the Danish master Ole Wanscher, the Senator model was inspired by the British and French furniture of the 19th century. It features an open-format teak wood structure, light and solid, typical of Danish furniture from the second half of the 20th century. Considered an integral part of the central aesthetic and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied with Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked in Klint's design studio before becoming a freelance furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: "Having a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years go by, for this is how long it lasts." Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detailing and deep respect for materials. While traveling in Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in diverse visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the postwar era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for the Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher took a keen interest in industrially produced but high quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild Annual Award and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underscored Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair.
                Mar. 07, 2024

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair.

                Est: €900 - €1,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair. Solid oak. Loose cushions in black leather recently reupholstered by a professional furniture upholsterer. Made by P. Jeppesen, Denmark, with label. In good condition. Measurements: 80 x 68 x 72 cm. Considered integral to the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He later worked at Klint's design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years pass, for this is how long it lasts.” Today, his modern classics are still revered. for its details and deep respect for materials. While traveling through Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in various visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and the Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher was very interested in industrially produced but high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Annual Prize of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. One of the best-known Danish manufacturing firms worldwide, Poul Jeppensen Møbelfabrik A/S boasts the creation of some of the classics within the manufacture of Danish furniture, developing models that, despite its more than 50 years of history, They are still popular. An example of this is the "Egypt" stool, a piece designed by Ole Wanscher that perfectly reflects the P.J. philosophy. Furniture through its completely aesthetic pure lines, as well as the use of a softly curved seat. The result, ancient traditions in combination with contemporary manufacturing technique.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER RUNGSTEDLUND MAHOGANY DINING TABLE
                Feb. 29, 2024

                OLE WANSCHER RUNGSTEDLUND MAHOGANY DINING TABLE

                Est: $50 - $10,000

                With (2) inset leaves. From the Rungstedlund series by Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesens Mobelfabrik, Denmark, c. 1960's. Dimensions: (Without leaves) H 29" x W 57.25" x D 41.75" ; Each leaf measures 25.5" wide. Condition: Some sun fading, minor streaking and a few retouched finish losses to top. Scattered nicks and scratches. Presents well overall. A074 (G)

                Westport Auction
              • Ole Wanscher (1903-1985), Model 109 armchair for France & Sons, mid-20th century; Denmark
                Feb. 27, 2024

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985), Model 109 armchair for France & Sons, mid-20th century; Denmark

                Est: $600 - $900

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) Model 109 armchair for France & Sons, mid-20th century; Denmark With metal tag to frame under seat cushions: FF C France / 6302653 The chair with teak wood frame, sculpted curvilinear arm rests, spring supported seat, and muted gold upholstered cushions

                John Moran Auctioneers
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for POUL JEPPENSEN MØBELFABRIK A/S Chairs, Model Rungstedlund. Jacaranda. Labeled PJ Danmark Made in Denmark and Danish Furniture Makers Quality Control. They have faults in the upholstery.
                Feb. 21, 2024

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for POUL JEPPENSEN MØBELFABRIK A/S Chairs, Model Rungstedlund. Jacaranda. Labeled PJ Danmark Made in Denmark and Danish Furniture Makers Quality Control. They have faults in the upholstery.

                Est: €4,500 - €5,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for POUL JEPPENSEN MØBELFABRIK A/S Chairs, Model Rungstedlund. Jacaranda. With PJ Danmark Made in Denmark and Danish Furniture Makers Quality Control label, with faults in the upholstery. Measurements: 78 x 50 x 51 cm (x8) The Rungstedlund series was designed by Danish Ole Wanscher, who was inspired by 18th century English furniture, as evidenced by its slender forms and curved silhouettes. The Rungstedlund country house, from which the series takes its name, was the home of Danish writer Karen Blixen. The dining chair in the Rungstedlund series is characterized by its organic forms. The back legs and backrest of the chair are carefully assembled using so-called rounded finger joints, a zigzag system that requires precise craftsmanship and elaborate polishing afterwards. The armrests feature beautifully crafted transitions that connect seamlessly with the chair legs, which curve slightly backward, a detail that gives the design a dynamic expression. One of the best-known Danish manufacturing firms worldwide, Poul Jeppensen Møbelfabrik A/S boasts the realization of some of the classics within Danish furniture manufacturing, developing models that, despite their more than 50-year history, remain popular. Considered an integral part of the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked in Klint's design studio before becoming a freelance furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: "Having a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years go by, for this is how long it lasts." Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detailing and deep respect for materials. While traveling in Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in diverse visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for POUL JEPPENSEN MØBELFABRIK A/S. Dining table. Jacaranda. Labeled PJ Danmark Made in Denmark and Danish Furniture Makers Quality Control.
                Feb. 21, 2024

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for POUL JEPPENSEN MØBELFABRIK A/S. Dining table. Jacaranda. Labeled PJ Danmark Made in Denmark and Danish Furniture Makers Quality Control.

                Est: €3,000 - €4,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for POUL JEPPENSEN MØBELFABRIK A/S. Dining table. Jacaranda. Labeled PJ Danmark Made in Denmark and Danish Furniture Makers Quality Control. Measurements: 73.5 x 211 x 106 cm (open); 73.5 x 145 x 106 cm (closed). One of the best-known Danish manufacturing firms worldwide, Poul Jeppensen Møbelfabrik A/S boasts some of the classics of Danish furniture making, developing models that, despite their more than 50 years of history, are still popular. Considered an integral part of the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked in Klint's design studio before becoming a freelance furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: "Having a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years go by, for this is how long it lasts." Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detailing and deep respect for materials. While traveling in Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in diverse visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works.

                Setdart Auction House
              • Ole Wanscher - Coffee Table
                Feb. 18, 2024

                Ole Wanscher - Coffee Table

                Est: $300 - $500

                A vintage teak coffee table by Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen, Denmark. 21.5 x 43.25. All measurements are in inches. (Height x Width x Depth).

                Barton's Auction
              • Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen: Rungstedlund Bar Cart / Trolley
                Jan. 25, 2024

                Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen: Rungstedlund Bar Cart / Trolley

                Est: $600 - $800

                Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen: Rungstedlund Bar Cart / Trolley Denmark, 1960s; rosewood; with label to underside

                Abell Auction
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair.
                Dec. 19, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair.

                Est: €900 - €1,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair. Solid oak. Loose cushions in black leather recently reupholstered by a professional furniture upholsterer. Made by P. Jeppesen, Denmark, with label. In good condition. Measurements: 80 x 68 x 72 cm. Considered integral to the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He later worked at Klint's design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years pass, for this is how long it lasts.” Today, his modern classics are still revered. for its details and deep respect for materials. While traveling through Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in various visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and the Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher was very interested in industrially produced but high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Annual Prize of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. One of the best-known Danish manufacturing firms worldwide, Poul Jeppensen Møbelfabrik A/S boasts the creation of some of the classics within the manufacture of Danish furniture, developing models that, despite its more than 50 years of history, They are still popular. An example of this is the "Egypt" stool, a piece designed by Ole Wanscher that perfectly reflects the P.J. philosophy. Furniture through its completely aesthetic pure lines, as well as the use of a softly curved seat. The result, ancient traditions in combination with contemporary manufacturing technique.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPENSEN MOBELFABRIK. "Senator" armchair.
                Dec. 19, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPENSEN MOBELFABRIK. "Senator" armchair.

                Est: €900 - €1,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPENSEN MOBELFABRIK. Senator" armchair. High backrest with solid teak frame, loosely sprung cushions upholstered in wool. Made at P. Jeppesen Møbelfabrik with label from here. Slight signs of age-related wear. Measurements: 100/40 (height) x 68 x 80 cm. Considered an integral part of the central aesthetic and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked in Klint's design studio before becoming a freelance furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: "Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years go by, for that is how long it lasts". Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detailing and deep respect for materials. While travelling in Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in diverse visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasised slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs mainly between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for the Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher took a keen interest in industrially produced but high quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design won him numerous accolades, including the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild Annual Prize and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honours that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. One of the best known Danish manufacturing firms in the world, Poul Jeppensen Møbelfabrik A/S boasts some of the classics of Danish furniture making, developing models that, despite their more than 50 years of history, are still popular today. An example of this is the "Egypt" stool, a piece designed by Ole Wanscher that perfectly reflects the philosophy of P.J. Furniture through its pure, aesthetically pleasing lines and the use of a gently curved seat. The result is old traditions combined with contemporary manufacturing technology.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs.
                Dec. 19, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs.

                Est: €1,800 - €2,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs. Solid teak frame. Loose spring cushions later upholstered in blue fabric. Made in France & Son, with label from here. Wear and tear due to age and use. Measurements: 80 x 68 x 75 cm. Considered integral to the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked at Klint's design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years pass, for this is how long it lasts.” Today, his modern classics are still revered. for its details and deep respect for materials. While traveling through Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in various visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and the Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher was very interested in industrially produced but high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Annual Prize of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. France & Søn - and its predecessor, France & Daverkosen - are among the most sought-after names on the vintage market today. Many of the pieces that still circulate retain their original labels. Its productions were designed by the most important Danish designers of the mid-century, such as Hvidt & Mølgaard, Grete Jalk, Finn Juhl, Arne Vodder and Ole Wanscher.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER RUNGSTEDLUND MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
                Dec. 14, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER RUNGSTEDLUND MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

                Est: $50 - $10,000

                Luxurious mahogany sideboard from the Rungstedlund line, designed by Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen, Denmark, c. 1960's. With original labels. Key included. Dimensions: H 32.5" x W 71" x D 19" Condition: A few scattered nicks, dings, and scuffs. A few spots of minor soiling to front. Light wear consistent with age and use. H026

                Westport Auction
              • OLE WANSCHER RUNGSTEDLUND MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
                Dec. 14, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER RUNGSTEDLUND MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

                Est: $50 - $10,000

                Luxurious mahogany sideboard from the Rungstedlund line, designed by Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen, Denmark, c. 1960's. With original labels. Keys included. Dimensions: H 32.5" x W 71" x D 19" Condition: One dent to top near back edge; a few dings and scuffs; light wear consistent with age and use. H145

                Westport Auction
              • Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for France & Søn: Højrygget gyngestol palisander, model 160
                Dec. 14, 2023

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for France & Søn: Højrygget gyngestol palisander, model 160

                Est: kr10,000 - kr12,000

                Gyngestol med stel af massiv palisander, høj ryg og sæde betrukket med sort læder, sædehynde med keder og knapper. Udført hos France & Søn.

                Auktionshuset.com
              • Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for A. J. Iversen: Hjørneskab / barskab af mahogni, 1950'erne
                Dec. 14, 2023

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for A. J. Iversen: Hjørneskab / barskab af mahogni, 1950'erne

                Est: kr9,000 - kr10,000

                To-delt hjørneskab af finéret mahogni med buet front, top og bund med fire døre, bag hvilke finérede hylder og glashylder. Imellem dørene én udtrækkelig afsætningsbakke med ringgreb af messing. H. 180, B. 90, D. 65 cm. En nøgle medfølger.

                Auktionshuset.com
              • Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for snedkermester A. J. Iversen: Fritstående sofa betrukket med patineret Niger-skind
                Dec. 14, 2023

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for snedkermester A. J. Iversen: Fritstående sofa betrukket med patineret Niger-skind

                Est: kr35,000 - kr40,000

                Fritstående tre-pers. sofa betrukket med kedesyet, patineret Niger-skind, afsluttet på seks ben af massiv Cuba-mahogni. H. 80, L. 197, D. 75 cm. SH 45 cm. Senere professionelt ompolstret og patineret. Litteratur:

                Auktionshuset.com
              • Ole Wanscher
                Dec. 09, 2023

                Ole Wanscher

                Est: kr1,000 - kr2,000

                4 armstole med stel af mahogni, betræk af blåt møbelstof, fremstår med enkelte brugsspor.

                Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
              • Ole Wanscher
                Dec. 09, 2023

                Ole Wanscher

                Est: kr6,000 - kr12,000

                Par Colonial lænestole, model OW 149, stel af kirsebær, med løse hynder af lyst skind, sæder med sjeneflet. Produceret hos P. Jeppesen, med mærkater herfra. Fremstår med brugsspor samt pletter på sæder.

                Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
              • OLE WANSCHER (1903-1985) Paire de fauteuils mod. 'PJ-149' dit 'Colonial'Création en 1949Edition Poul Jeppesen, première versionPalissandre de Rio et rotinH: 84cm. (33 1/16in.); L: 59cm. (23 1/4in.); P: 60cm. (23 5/8in.)A pair of 'Colonia...
                Nov. 30, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (1903-1985) Paire de fauteuils mod. 'PJ-149' dit 'Colonial'Création en 1949Edition Poul Jeppesen, première versionPalissandre de Rio et rotinH: 84cm. (33 1/16in.); L: 59cm. (23 1/4in.); P: 60cm. (23 5/8in.)A pair of 'Colonia...

                Est: €10,000 - €15,000

                OLE WANSCHER (1903-1985) Paire de fauteuils mod. 'PJ-149' dit 'Colonial' Création en 1949 Edition Poul Jeppesen, première version Palissandre de Rio et rotin H: 84cm. (33 1/16in.); L: 59cm. (23 1/4in.); P: 60cm. (23 5/8in.) A pair of 'Colonial' armchairs in Brazilian rosewood and rattan by Ole Wanscher designed in 1949 and edited by Poul Jeppesen, early version.

                Bonhams
              • Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) 'Egyptian' folding stool
                Nov. 29, 2023

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) 'Egyptian' folding stool

                Est: €6,000 - €9,000

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) 'Egyptian' folding stool Oak wood and leather Edited by AJ Iversen Model created circa 1960 H 44 × L 45 × W 51,5 cm Bibliography: Sourcebook of Scandinavian furniture, designs for the 21st century, J. Gura, W.W. Norton & Company, 2007, similar model referenced and illustrated under no. 2-272 p. 200 Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) Tabouret pliant dit 'Egyptian' Chêne et cuir Édition AJ Iversen Modèle créé vers 1960 H 44 × L 45 × P 51,5 cm Bibliographie : Sourcebook of Scandinavian furniture, designs for the 21st century, J. Gura, W.W. Norton & Company, 2007, modèle similaire référencé et illustré au numéro 2-272 p. 200

                Piasa
              • Ole Wanscher Sofa
                Nov. 29, 2023

                Ole Wanscher Sofa

                Est: €8,000 - €12,000

                Ole Wanscher Sofa Fabric and oak wood Edited by Fritz Hansen Model created circa 1950 H 72 × L 180 × W 76 cm Ole Wanscher Canapé Textile et chêne Édition Fritz Hansen Modèle créé vers 1950 H 72 × L 180 × P 76 cm

                Piasa
              • Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) Sofa
                Nov. 29, 2023

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) Sofa

                Est: €8,000 - €12,000

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) Sofa Mahogany and leather Edited by A. J. Iversen Model created in 1960 H 70 × L 153 × W 73 cm Bibliography: Dansk Møbelkunst gennem 40 aar 1957-1966, G. Jalk, Lindhart og Ringhof, 2017, similar model pp. 126-127 Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) Canapé Acajou et cuir Édition A. J. Iversen Modèle créé en 1960 H 70 × L 153 × P 73 cm Bibliographie : Dansk Møbelkunst gennem 40 aar 1957-1966, G. Jalk, Lindhart og Ringhof, 2017, modèle similaire pp. 126-127

                Piasa
              • Ole WANSCHER 1903-1985 Fauteuil - circa 1950
                Nov. 27, 2023

                Ole WANSCHER 1903-1985 Fauteuil - circa 1950

                Est: €3,000 - €4,000

                Ole WANSCHER 1903-1985 Fauteuil - circa 1950 Structure en palissandre, assise recouverte de cuir noir Édition A. J. Iversen Etiquette de l'éditeur 88 x 58 x 54 cm A rosewood and leather armchair by Ole Wanscher for A. J. Iversen - circa 1950 34.65 x 22.84 x 21.26 in. Estimation 3 000 - 4 000 €

                Artcurial
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPENSEN MOBELFABRIK. Senator" armchair. High backrest with solid teak frame, loosely sprung cushions upholstered in wool.
                Nov. 22, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPENSEN MOBELFABRIK. Senator" armchair. High backrest with solid teak frame, loosely sprung cushions upholstered in wool.

                Est: €900 - €1,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPENSEN MOBELFABRIK. Senator" armchair. High backrest with solid teak frame, loosely sprung cushions upholstered in wool. Made at P. Jeppesen Møbelfabrik with label from here. Slight signs of age-related wear. Measurements: 100/40 (height) x 68 x 80 cm. Considered an integral part of the central aesthetic and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked in Klint's design studio before becoming a freelance furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: "Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years go by, for that is how long it lasts". Today, his modern classics are still revered for their detailing and deep respect for materials. While travelling in Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in diverse visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasised slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs mainly between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for the Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher took a keen interest in industrially produced but high quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design won him numerous accolades, including the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild Annual Prize and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honours that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. One of the best known Danish manufacturing firms in the world, Poul Jeppensen Møbelfabrik A/S boasts some of the classics of Danish furniture making, developing models that, despite their more than 50 years of history, are still popular today. An example of this is the "Egypt" stool, a piece designed by Ole Wanscher that perfectly reflects the philosophy of P.J. Furniture through its pure, aesthetically pleasing lines and the use of a gently curved seat. The result is old traditions combined with contemporary manufacturing technology.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. “Senator” armchair.
                Nov. 22, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. “Senator” armchair.

                Est: €900 - €1,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. “Senator” armchair. Solid teak frame. Original loose cushions with brown leather Made in France & Son, with label from here. In good vintage condition. Measurements: 79 x 68 x 74 cm. Considered integral to the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked at Klint's design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years pass, for this is how long it lasts.” Today, his modern classics are still revered. for its details and deep respect for materials. While traveling through Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in various visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and the Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher was very interested in industrially produced but high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Annual Prize of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. France & Søn - and its predecessor, France & Daverkosen - are among the most sought-after names on the vintage market today. Many of the pieces that still circulate retain their original labels. Its productions were designed by the most important Danish designers of the mid-century, such as Hvidt & Mølgaard, Grete Jalk, Finn Juhl, Arne Vodder and Ole Wanscher.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair.
                Nov. 22, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair.

                Est: €900 - €1,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for P. JEPPESEN. “Senator” armchair. Solid oak. Loose cushions in black leather recently reupholstered by a professional furniture upholsterer. Made by P. Jeppesen, Denmark, with label. In good condition. Measurements: 80 x 68 x 72 cm. Considered integral to the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He later worked at Klint's design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years pass, for this is how long it lasts.” Today, his modern classics are still revered. for its details and deep respect for materials. While traveling through Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in various visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and the Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher was very interested in industrially produced but high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Annual Prize of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. One of the best-known Danish manufacturing firms worldwide, Poul Jeppensen Møbelfabrik A/S boasts the creation of some of the classics within the manufacture of Danish furniture, developing models that, despite its more than 50 years of history, They are still popular. An example of this is the "Egypt" stool, a piece designed by Ole Wanscher that perfectly reflects the P.J. philosophy. Furniture through its completely aesthetic pure lines, as well as the use of a softly curved seat. The result, ancient traditions in combination with contemporary manufacturing technique.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs.
                Nov. 22, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs.

                Est: €1,800 - €2,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs. Solid teak frame. Original loose brown leather cushions. Made in France & Son, with label from here. In good vintage condition. Measurements: 79 x 68 x 74 cm. Considered integral to the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked at Klint's design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years pass, for this is how long it lasts.” Today, his modern classics are still revered. for its details and deep respect for materials. While traveling through Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in various visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and the Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher was very interested in industrially produced but high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Annual Prize of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. France & Søn - and its predecessor, France & Daverkosen - are among the most sought-after names on the vintage market today. Many of the pieces that still circulate retain their original labels. Its productions were designed by the most important Danish designers of the mid-century, such as Hvidt & Mølgaard, Grete Jalk, Finn Juhl, Arne Vodder and Ole Wanscher.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs.
                Nov. 22, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs.

                Est: €1,800 - €2,000

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Pair of “Senator” armchairs. Solid teak frame. Loose spring cushions later upholstered in blue fabric. Made in France & Son, with label from here. Wear and tear due to age and use. Measurements: 80 x 68 x 75 cm. Considered integral to the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently worked at Klint's design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years pass, for this is how long it lasts.” Today, his modern classics are still revered. for its details and deep respect for materials. While traveling through Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in various visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and the Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher was very interested in industrially produced but high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Annual Prize of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. France & Søn - and its predecessor, France & Daverkosen - are among the most sought-after names on the vintage market today. Many of the pieces that still circulate retain their original labels. Its productions were designed by the most important Danish designers of the mid-century, such as Hvidt & Mølgaard, Grete Jalk, Finn Juhl, Arne Vodder and Ole Wanscher.

                Setdart Auction House
              • OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Set of two armchairs and a table.
                Nov. 22, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Set of two armchairs and a table.

                Est: €2,000 - €2,200

                OLE WANSCHER (Denmark, 1903-1985) for FRANCE & SON. Set of two armchairs and a table. Armchairs in solid teak, loose cushions upholstered in blue and plum, model FD-109. Teak table. Made by France & Son, with a label from here (the armchairs). Wear and tear due to age and use, one cushion with small holes/tear. Measurements: 78 x 62 x 68 cm (armchairs); 42 cm (seat height). Considered integral to the core aesthetics and functionality of Danish design, Ole Wanscher studied alongside Kaare Klint at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. He later worked at Klint's design studio before becoming an independent furniture designer. In 1958, the Danish newspaper Politiken wrote: “Owning a Wanscher chair is an adventure every day, and it will continue to be so, even if hundreds of years pass, for this is how long it lasts.” Today, his modern classics are still revered. for its details and deep respect for materials. While traveling through Egypt and Europe, Wanscher studied furniture design, finding inspiration in various visual expressions that he incorporated into his own unique design aesthetic. He saw furniture design as a branch of architecture and emphasized slender dimensions and sturdy forms, a pursuit exemplified in many of his works, particularly the Colonial Chair and the Colonial Sofa. Wanscher created his best-known designs primarily between the late 1940s and early 1960s, in the post-war era, when the philosophy of "design for all" emerged. In Denmark, some of the biggest names in design created functional and affordable furniture for Danes and the small spaces in which they lived. Wanscher was very interested in industrially produced but high-quality furniture, designing several successful pieces. Wanscher's design earned him numerous accolades, including the Annual Prize of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild and the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1960, honors that underlined Wanscher's esteemed reputation both in Denmark and internationally. France & Søn - and its predecessor, France & Daverkosen - are among the most sought-after names on the vintage market today. Many of the pieces that still circulate retain their original labels. Its productions were designed by the most important Danish designers of the mid-century, such as Hvidt & Mølgaard, Grete Jalk, Finn Juhl, Arne Vodder and Ole Wanscher.

                Setdart Auction House
              • Ole Wanscher, Armchair
                Nov. 21, 2023

                Ole Wanscher, Armchair

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                Ole Wanscher Armchair A.J. Iversen Snedkermester Denmark, c. 1945 mahogany, leather 38.5 h x 25.25 w x 24 d in (98 x 64 x 61 cm) This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

                Wright
              • Ole Wanscher, Lounge chair
                Nov. 21, 2023

                Ole Wanscher, Lounge chair

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                Ole Wanscher Lounge chair AJ Iverson Denmark, c. 1950 faux sheepskin, rosewood 33 h x 28.75 w x 32 d in (84 x 73 x 81 cm) This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

                Wright
              • Ole Wanscher, Twin-size bedframes, pair
                Nov. 21, 2023

                Ole Wanscher, Twin-size bedframes, pair

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                Ole Wanscher Twin-size bedframes, pair Fritz Hansen Denmark, c. 1945 beech 30.25 h x 86 w x 35.5 d in (77 x 218 x 90 cm) This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

                Wright
              • OLE WANSCHER POUL JEPPESEN MAHOGANY DINING TABLE
                Nov. 16, 2023

                OLE WANSCHER POUL JEPPESEN MAHOGANY DINING TABLE

                Est: $50 - $1,000

                Rare Danish Modern extension dining table in luxurious mahogany, designed by Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesens Mobelfabrik, c. 1960's. Labeled underneath. With (2) leaves. Dimensions: (Without leaves) H 29" x W 58" x D 41" ; Each leaf measures 25.75" wide. Condition: Table presents very well overall. A few minor water spots, scattered dings and scuffs; a couple small gouges. G090

                Westport Auction
              • Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for Poul Jeppesen Set of six model 'PJ 412' armchairs, circa 1960 
                Nov. 15, 2023

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for Poul Jeppesen Set of six model 'PJ 412' armchairs, circa 1960 

                Est: £800 - £1,000

                Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) for Poul Jeppesen Set of six model 'PJ 412' armchairs, circa 1960  Each with applied metal manufacturer's plaques to underside  Teak, leather  Each 86cm high, 63cm wide

                Roseberys
              • WANSCHER OLE (1903 - 1985) voor CADO Deense sixtie…
                Nov. 11, 2023

                WANSCHER OLE (1903 - 1985) voor CADO Deense sixtie…

                Est: €1,000 - €1,500

                WANSCHER OLE (1903 - 1985) voor CADO Deense sixties' designset - model 'Senator' - bestaande uit een 2-zit en twee fauteuils in teak gemerkt sixties' designset by Ole Wanscher for CADO - marked

                DVC
              • Ole Wanscher
                Nov. 05, 2023

                Ole Wanscher

                Est: kr1,000 - kr2,000

                Par lænestole, 3-personers sofa samt sofabord, mahogni med betræk af lyst uld, fremstår med enkelte brugsspor, produceret hos P. Jeppesen.

                Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
              • Ole Wanscher arm chair , original label to underside
                Nov. 05, 2023

                Ole Wanscher arm chair , original label to underside

                Est: $100 - $150

                Ole Wanscher arm chair , original label to underside

                Vickers & Hoad
              • Ole Wanscher
                Oct. 14, 2023

                Ole Wanscher

                Est: kr1,500 - kr3,000

                Par armstole, model PJ 412, stel af asketræ, sæde og ryg med sort skind, fremstår med lette brugsspor, produceret hos P. Jeppesen.

                Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
              • Ole Wanscher
                Oct. 14, 2023

                Ole Wanscher

                Est: kr5,000 - kr10,000

                Colonial lænestol med skammel, stel af egetræ, model OW-149, hynder af mørk okseblodsfarvet skind, produceret hos Carl Hansen & Søn, fremstår med få brugsspor.

                Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
              • Ole Wanscher Armchair, circa 1954
                Oct. 03, 2023

                Ole Wanscher Armchair, circa 1954

                Est: £1,000 - £1,500

                Ole Wanscher Armchair, circa 1954 Brazilian rosewood, Brazilian rosewood-veneered wood, leather. 88 x 58.3 x 57.7 cm Executed by cabinetmaker A.J. Iversen, Copenhagen, Denmark. Underside with manufacturer's paper label printed Snedkermester/A.J.Iversen/Kobenhavn.

                Bonhams
              • Ole Wanscher Chest of drawers, 1950s
                Oct. 03, 2023

                Ole Wanscher Chest of drawers, 1950s

                Est: £3,000 - £5,000

                Ole Wanscher Chest of drawers, 1950s Mahogany-veneered wood, brass. 77.7 x 103.7 x 49.2 cm Retailed by Illums Bolighus, Copenhagen, Denmark. Reverse with brass label printed ILLUMS BOLIGHUS/KØBENHAVN and with paper label printed Illums/BOLIGUS.

                Bonhams
              • Ole Wanscher 'Colonial' armchair, model no. 149, designed 1949, produced 1960s
                Oct. 03, 2023

                Ole Wanscher 'Colonial' armchair, model no. 149, designed 1949, produced 1960s

                Est: £5,000 - £7,000

                Ole Wanscher 'Colonial' armchair, model no. 149, designed 1949, produced 1960s Brazilian rosewood, cane, leather. 84 x 64 x 70 cm Produced by P. Jeppesen Mobelfabrik, Denmark. Underside with cabinetmaker's paper labels printed PJ/DANMARK/MADE IN DENMARK and FURNITUREMAKERS'/QUALITY CONTROL/DANISH.

                Bonhams
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