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Kai Kristiansen desk for Psa, teak, six drawers with metal features, Denmark, c 1960s, 72 cm high, 155 cm wide, 75 cm deep

Kai Kristiansen, a set of six teak dining chairs, with original ecru coloured wool upholstery

A pair of Kai Kristiansen model 42 chairs. C. 1960s Denmark. Re upholstered in original Missoni zig zag fabric print. 74 cm high, 53 cm wide, 53 cm deep. Seat height 44 cm

A pair of Kai Kristiansen model 42 chairs. C 1960s Denmark. Re-upholstered in original Missoni fabric stripe print

A set of six Kai Kristiansen dining chairs. C. 1960s, Denmark. 70 cm high, 50 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A Kai Kristiansen extension dining table. C. 1960s, Denmark. Rosewood. 70 cm high, 120 cm wide, 120d fully extended

Small Brazilian rosewood storage unit by Kai Kristiansen for Aksel Kjaersgaard, Denmark 29 x 40 x 30

Vintage Danish rosewood mirror by Kai Kristiansen for Aksel Kjaersgaard, Denmark, 82 x 50 cm

Kai Kristiansen for Feldbellas Mobelfabrik, model 54 walnut desk, circa 1956, with tambour sliding cupboard and four drawers raised on tapering legs with capped brass feet. Length 138 cm width 67 cm

Erik Buch, set of six dining chairs, teak with upholstered seats, manufactured by Chr. Christiansen Mobelfabrik, Denmark, stamped to underside 'Made in Denmark, CHR. Christensens, Mobelfabrik Vamdrup, Erik Buch' (6). Height 81 cm

Kai Kristiansen, a set of eight teak dining chairs, each with chocolate brown wool blend upholstery, makers label stamped to underside of each chair.

A Danish rosewood T120 desk, by Kai Kristiansen, circa 1955 the rectangular floating top with three drawers to each side 152 cm wide. 78 cm deep. 72 cm high

Kai Kristiansen (Denmark, born 1929), a rare set of six Danish oak framed dining chairs

Kai Kristiansen (Denmark, born 1929), a seven piece Danish oak dining suite of an extending dining table, and six chairs in original red stiped upholstery