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Hvidt & Mølgaards production is one of great measure and together they did pieces, that today feel strikingly modern and fit for contemporary living standards. At the same time they are icons, synonym with the Danish mid century style. The “Boomerang” lounge chair is one of the duos most exquisite furniture pieces leaving few eyebrows unraised. The combination of teak, brass and this popy two tone wool fabric is Scandinavian design at its finest. Very rare model with armrests. Both chairs marked. Great condition to frame and fabric.

Designer: Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard Nielsen 
Maker: France & Daverkosen 
Year: Designed in 1956. 
Country: Denmark 
Condition: Great 
Size: H. 77 W. 67 D. 75 cm

Price: SEK 42.000
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From Nordlings Antik, Stockholm
Video 24 Apr

Very rare “Leaf” table with black lacquered sculptural frame and organic table top in rosewood. Designed by Yngve Ekström and produced by Westbergs in the 1950’s.

Designer: Yngve Ekström 
Maker: Westbergs 
Year: 1950´s 
Country: Sweden 
Condition: Great 
Size:

Price: SEK 13.500

From Nordlings Antik, Stockholm

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Side table by Jens Quistgaard. The top can be turned into a large bowl. Massive teak wood and excellent Danish quality.
Designer: Jens Quistgaard Maker: Nissen Year: 1960´s Country: Denmark Condition: Great Size: ø 49cm, H. 44cm

Price: SEK 4.900
From Nordlings Antik, Stockholm
http://www.nordlingsantik.com/

Side table by Jens Quistgaard. The top can be turned into a large bowl. Massive teak wood and excellent Danish quality.

Designer: Jens Quistgaard 
Maker: Nissen 
Year: 1960´s 
Country: Denmark 
Condition: Great 
Size: ø 49cm, H. 44cm

Price: SEK 4.900
From Nordlings Antik, Stockholm
http://www.nordlingsantik.com/
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Not sure if you have friends that would be up for this. In any case, I want to suggest something. Sometime pool some money together with as many friends as you can. Rent an old beautiful house on a scenic location for a weekend. Make some rules. Everyone must dress up their nicest for two days. Make some meals. Find some recipes. Set it up like Martha Stewart would. Set aside a 2-3 hour block where no one uses there phone.
No one watches TV the entire trip. Talk. Tell stories. Take pictures. Play games, board games, sports, swim. Try out some delicious drinks you’ve never made before. Have a campfire and forget the radio, just sing. Bring a record player and just dive right into the the way our grandparents enjoyed life before we became so hooked on social media and electronic devices. I love cooking, I love singing, I love dancing, I love connecting. This has brought me happiness and I wanted to share it.
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