I recently became aware of the Instagram advertised sale of a dining set designed by Finn Juhl for Niels Vodder consisting of 6 Egyptian chairs and a Judas dining table. All rosewood.
Where did it go? It was here: http://www.designaddict.com/forum/Identification/teak-me-looks-not
My wife just happened upon this and the price was right. I know next to nothing about American furniture, but it looks authentic to me. Has an IBM inventory sticker. Casters made by Bassick.
Here is what only appears to be a Finn Juhl FJ-49 Chieftain chair marked by Niels Vodder. Quittenbaum auctions sold it back in 2013 for 16 thousand euros.
Wasn't this posted a while back?
Here is an original catalog image for the Senator and the selection of fabrics from 1964 that seemed to be the prefer
Yes, you could buy the footstool for the Bwana separately.
The code for Mogens Kold is the letter 13 for M. And Bruno Hansen is 8 for the H in Hansen.
And a bunch of furniture factories took their names from towns, Kold, Raiders, Odense, Uldum.
That model number is not strictly a model number. It is an obfuscated code for the maker and other information.
Ole Wanscher was a very traditionalist designer, often in the English tradition.
Johansson is a Swedish spelling and the chairs are Swedish so it has that for plausibility.
Dreck is certainly a word known to me too.
In the industry teak rosewood and perhaps other woods were often just options applied to the same design.