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A Bruno Mathsson and Piet Hein for Fritz Hanmsen dining table, Laminate and polished aluminium, Denmark, designed 1960's, 72 cm high, 170 cm wide, 100 cm deep

Bruno Mathsson (Swedish, 1907-1988), Pair of Scandinavian Armchairs, Model Ingrid, birch frame, with canvas sling and tan leather seat (2), height 78 cm width 73 cm depth 78 cm

Bruno Mathsson (Swedish, 1907-1988), Pernilla easy chair, designed 1969, manufactured by Dux, upholstered in red and beige fabric, moulded beech plywood frame, one strap (A/F), height 100 cm, width 70 cm, depth 80 cm

Bruno Mathsson. Superellipse' dining table. Manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Denmark

Bruno Mathsson for Karl Mathsson Sweden, a pair of easy chairs, with webbing upholstery Makers details inscribed to the base

A pair of Scandinavian chrome and leather armchairs, in the style of Bruno Mathsson, circa 1970

Bruno Mathsson (1907-1998), Piet Hein (1905-1996), a Super-Ellipse table, designed 1968 manufactured by Fritz Hansen, Denmark, 1975 chromed metal, laminex stamped and labelled, Frtiz Hansen Danmark / made in Denmark 1975 by Fritz Hansen. Height 70.5 cm. Le

Bruno Mathsson, Karin 913 chair, c. 1969, brown leather upholstery with chrome frame, manufactured by 'Dux'

Bruno Mathsson, pair of Karin 913 chairs, brown leather upholstery with chrome frame, manufactured by 'Dux', c. 1969

Bruno Mathsson. Pernilla chair, for Dux, Sweden 1943, the furniture Mathsson designed and created were all given female names. Webbing upholstery and adjustable bovine head bolster. Signed and inscribed on the base

Bruno Mathsson, model 41 or Eva rare four seater sofa with original linen webbing upholstery designed in 1941. Maker: Karl Mathsson, Sweden

Bruno Mathsson 'Eva' chair designed in 1941, model 41, impressed makers mark. Maker Karl Matheson, Varnamo Sweden, circa 1950. Height 83 cm. Width 54 cm. Depth 62 cm. Illustrated 1000 chairs p.61