Category Archives: Chairs

Teak Secretary Desk: SOLD

Fully restored Teak Secretary Desk.
Beautiful patterning on the roll top.
Three large drawers, brass details and
original key.  Denmark, 1960s. SOLD

Also shown, set of 4 Danish dining chairs.
Teak veneer on bent ply. Denmark, 1960s.

Pali Lamp by Paul Campbell. Canada, 2015.

Grasshopper Chair and Ottoman

The Grasshopper chair and ottoman based on
Eero Saarinen’s chair of the same name, designed
for Knoll in 1946. The Grasshopper is the first chair
Saarinen designed in a series of sculptural chairs
created for Knoll throughout the 1940s and 1950s.
Knoll manufactured the chair and ottoman for
nineteen-years, and ended its production in 1965.
Excellent condition, original upholstery.
Produced by Modernica, USA, 2009.

1980s Italian Chrome and Leather Dining Chairs: SOLD



Set of six Italian black leather and chrome dining chairs
in the style of Marcel Breuer. Two with arms.
Beautiful stitching on the buttery-smooth leather.
Extremely comfortable. Excellent original condition.
Italy, 1980s. SOLD

Rare George Nelson Catenary Chair and Ottoman: SOLD

George Nelson Chair_Ottoman

Rare. George Nelson Leather Catenary Chair (No. 6380) and Ottoman (No. 6381). Polished chrome, leather. Superb style and comfort. Excellent condition with original label. Chair: 29″w, 28″d  (seating height: 16 1/2″). Ottoman: 16″h, 29″w, 23 1/2d”. Produced by Herman Miller from 1963 to 1968. SOLD

The term Catenary comes from the term for the curve of a rope or string that hangs freely from two fixed points of different heights. This is the essential principle behind the design and construction of the chair. Two cables are hung from the chrome frame, fixed at only two points – front to the back. Two cables, follow the course of the catenary, and hold the eight parallel seat cushions.

Nelson_Miller Label
Images: George Nelson and catalogue introducing the Catenary collection,
George Nelson Foundation

The Dodds Stacking Chairs

Dodds Stacking Chairs

Set of four Hugh Dodds stacking chairs. 
Laminated plywood, dynamic bull-nose seat curve,
exposed screws. 30 1/4″h x 15″w x 16 1/4″d.
Made in Canada by Aero Marine Industries, Oakville,
Ontario, 1952-1972. Documented in the book
“Design in Canada” by Rachel Gotlieb and Cora Golden.

Rare Ole Wanscher Teak Lounge Chair: SOLD

Ole Wanscher Chair

RARE. Ole Wanscher Teak Lounge Chair with sculpted arms.
Unbelievably comfortable. Fully restored with a classic grey
wool upholstery. 24″w x 29″d x 30″h; 17″ seat height.
Labelled, France & Daverkosen, Denmark, 1950s. SOLD

Solair Chairs Have Arrived


Great colour range. Designed by Fabiano & Panzini, Quebec, 1973.
Plastic & tubular steel. Available in white, black, grey, blue, orange,
green, yellow. Outdoor/indoor. Baskets also sold separately.