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A pair of Danish rosewood and leather armchairs, circa 1965

Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm bird chair for Kill international, original dove grey leather, stainless steel swivel tri-base, Denmark, c 1960s, 8 cm high, 69 cm wide, 56 cm deep

Stouby leather armchair, caramel leather, Denmark, c 1960s, 79 cm high, 67 cm wide, 72 cm deep

Eight mid century dining chairs with cord seats, Denmark, c 1960s

Mid century tub chair, Denmark, c 1960s, 83 cm high, 72 cm wide, 73 cm deep

Alf Svensen reclining Louge chair, oak frame, new fabric, Denmark, c 1960s

C. Vedell Brazilian rosewood easy chair, Denmark, c 1960s, 67 cm high, 73 cm wide

Erik Buch model 49 armchairs, black leather seat, Denmark, c 1960s

Two Swedish Swivel Armchairs, white vinyl upholstery, on chromed steel base (2)

Set of Eight Scandinavian Dining Chairs, c. 1960, each with rosewood frame, pink fabric upholstery (8), height 85 cm width 46 cm depth 42 cm

Eva and Nils Koppel (Danish), Set of Six Scandinavian Chairs, c. 1960, manufactured by Slagelse furniture oak, black leatherette seats (6), height 84 cm width 50 cm depth 40 cm

Erik Kirkegaard (Danish), Chair, c. 1960, rosewood frame, with black leather seat and back, height 88 cm width 62 cm depth 49 cm

Danish Easy Chair, c. 1950, cream upholstery, timber, retains manufacturer's stamp to underside, height 160 cm width 122 cm depth 26 cm

Swedish Spindle Back Side Chair, c. 1960, with blue upholstered seat, stamped 'Sweden Made in Austria, height 86 cm width 52 cm depth 47 cm

A set of eight 1960s Danish 'Dyrlund' chairs, Inculdes two carvers, rosewood with caramel leather, 102 cm high, 56 cm wide, 60 cm deep

A set of six 1960s Danish Illum Wilkkelso dining chairs, beechwood with cross features, new camel coloured linen, fully restored., 91 cm high, 49 cm wide, 50 cm deep

Set of ten Danish side chairs, with patterned blue velour upholstery. Provenance: from Mollies Boutique hotel, Auckland

A pair of Scandinavian armchairs, c.1960's, black button backed leather, rosewood arms

A 1960s three piece lounge suite in the classic Danish style including a two seater and two armchairs, two seater: 77 cm high. 130 cm wide, 80 cm deep

A 1960s teak armchair in the Danish style 89 cm high, 56 cm wide, 64 cm deep

Scandinavian moulded plywood armchair & footstool upholstered in brown button back Leatherette.

A Norwegian Safari chair and matching Ottoman by Torbjorn black button backed leather 98 cm high, 63W x 83D

A pair of Swedish Offecct bone leather spoon chairs by Monica Forster 92 cm high, 65 cm wide, 53 cm deep

Pair of Scandinavian armchairs upholstered in green, with painted rails and legs, on tapered fluted legs. Height 114 cm. Width 90 cm. Depth 64 cm. Provenance: purchased Charles Saunders Antiques, London

A set of four mid-century Danish black rosewood dining chairs, black vinyl curved back and seat, double mildly tapered spindle stretchers

A Danish designed double sides desk, 6 drawers with rosewood veneer finish & bookcase back together with chair, circa 1960. 73 cm 140 cm wide, 77 cm deep

Ilmari Tapiovaara (Finnish, 1914-1999 ). Rocking chair

Hans Jorgensen Wegner (Danish, 1914-2007). Armchair with walnut inlay, maroon leather seat

Pair of quality Danish style lounge armchairs, with spindle backs and feather filling, 77 cm wide, 86 cm high

Preben Fabricius (Danish, 1931-1984), and Jorgen Kastholm (Danish, 1931- 2007), FK 86 chair, designed 1968-71 manufactured by Alfred Kill international, matte chrome-plated steel frame with cane armrests, mixed wool upholstery, on four prong swivel base. H

Illum Wikkels Scandinavian armchair. C.1960s oak spindle back

Pair of Danish bird armchairs by Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm. C. 1965 black leather and aluminium base on casters

Pair of Danish chairs. C.1960s teak frame, black vinyl seats

Brockmann Peterson, pair of oak Danish armchairs with green wool upholstery, circa 1955

Pair of matching Danish black leather armchairs on chrome frame