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Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, wingback lounge chair, raised on a four point base with tapering cylindrical legs, and blue velour upholstery

Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, wingback lounge chair, raised on a four point base with tapering cylindrical legs, and later Sanderson floral upholstery

Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, rare wingback 1950s armchair, raised on four tapering cylindrical legs with original red upholstery. Provenance: Betty Cutter collection, purchased directly from the Jon Jansen furniture store in the 1950s and retained in the fa

Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, 1950s lounge chair raised on tapering spayed legs. Distressed condition requiring restoration. Provenance: Purchased from the Jon Jansen store in Queens Arcade and held in the same collection for the last fifty years

Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, 1950s lounge chair raised on tapering spayed legs. Distressed condition requiring restoration. provenance: Purchased from the Jon Jansen store in Queens Arcade and held in the same collection for the last fifty years

Bob Roukema for Jon Janson, 1950s wingback armchair raised on four tapering cylindrical legs with original red upholstery. Edzer Duije Roukema (Bob Roukema) was employed in 1951 to run the first Jon Jansen store in Auckland as well as managing the store,Ro

Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, armchair and rare matching ottoman upholstered in chocolate brown leather. See 1950s show magazine, Auckland city Art gallery and Around the home,32 page booklet, circa 1955 for similar examples.

Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, armchair with original webbed seat and back. a similar example illustrated in at home: a century of New Zealand design by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins with an original photograph showing a Jansen shop display P. 148

Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, a rare wingback 1950's armchair, raised on four tapering cylindrical legs with original red and black mosaic patterned upholstery. Provenance: Purchased directly from the Jon Jansen furniture store by the current owner in the 19

Bob Roukema for Jon Janson, rare 1950s wingback armchair raised on four tapering cylindrical legs with original red upholstery beneath later Sanderson floral upholstery. Edzer Duije Roukema (Bob Roukema) was employed in 1951 to run the first Jon Jansen sto

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