Monday, 31 Aug 2015
Hi,As I mentioned in another thread, I recently acquired a collection of france and son made chairs and tables.
Hello there: Any chance some knowledgable someone out there has a way of identifying these chairs yay or nay as Eero Saarinen?
I recently bought a France & Son table which I've only found two other examples of online,one attributed to Finn Juhl & the other to Grete Jalk .
I have a rectangular coffee table with rounded corners that has the genuine mahogany sticker with number 123 and the number 2126 below it.
Flowers in a pitcher, candy in a dish
Leave it or buy it? I'm pretty sure it's not Danish or something amazing but something about it is calling to me.
First time post, so hopefully I'm in the right place. My partner and I have just bought a house, and the previous owners have included from very nice, hardwood furniture.
The company was founded in New York City in 1938 by Hans Knoll. After the death of Hans in 1955, his wife Florence Knoll took over as head of the company.
Son of the great Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen, Eero Saarinen, was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer. During his long association with Knoll he designed many important pieces
I have a shop in Hemet, California, and have come across a group of chairs that I cannot identify.
An Erik Buck for M.J. Madsen desk. Yes, the same Erik Buck who designed the bar stools also designed a desk. I had no idea....