This pair of model No. NV45 armchairs dates to 1945, when they were made in Copenhagen by cabinetmaker Niels Vodder. They still retain the original grey wool upholstery that complements the curved walnut frames.
This rare patinated and lacquered brass chandelier was designed and manufactured in Finland circa 1960, but was intended for the U.S. market. It comes with the original English-language labels as well as American wiring.
Minguren II Dining Table by George and Mira Nakashima
This one-off dining table is made of English burled oak with Indian rosewood butterfly keys and clearly shows off the natural characteristics of the wood. It's approximately five-and-a-half-feet long and was hand-crafted by Mira Nakashima in 1991.
This unusual spherical lamp is made of matte nickel-pIated brass, glass, and rubber, and was produced by Arteluce in 1965. It is in original condition and even still has the producer's decal label attached.
The Colombian architect and artist originally created this nearly nine-foot-long and four-foot-tall sculptural screen for a bank in Columbus, Ohio, in 1960. It's made of a mix of gilt and enameled bronze, steel, and copper.
The British pop artist created many colorful geometric paintings while working in New York City, including these six panels from 1970. Each is eight-feet-tall and two-feet-wide, and as a set they can fill even the largest spaces.
Lot 488. Estimate: $8,000-12,000
Spiral Ceiling Light by Poul Henningsen
Henningsen originally designed this massive ceiling light for the Main Hall at the University of Århus, which had lofty ceilings over 60 feet high. Creating the spiral-shaped aluminum shade proved difficult and labor intensive, so very few of these lights were ever produced.
This all-in-one unit was designed by Juhl in 1953, with this example made just a few years later. There are 23 shelves and four storage elements, and it's made of Oregon pine and brass. It could prove to be one of the great bargains of the sale.
The Model No. JH 521 armchair is one of Wegner's most recognizable designs, though originals like these two lots are hard to come by. Both retain the original upholstery and leather detail executed by Johannes Hansen in Copenhagen in the early 1950s.