Friday, June 3, 2016

This week's new vintage furniture stock at Vamp - 03 June 2016

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A petite Teak mid-century sideboard manufactured by Jentique (UK)
Jentique Furniture Ltd. Was founded in the 1930s by the well-known toymaker Geoffrey Bowman Jenkins and his wife Edith, the company was based in Dereham, Norfolk. The design of Jentique furniture followed the tastes of the times and the company did particularly well during the 1950s and 1960s, tapping into the hugely popular Danish inspired design.
Length – 127cm | Depth – 44.5cm | Height – 74cm 

A rectangular extendable Frystark dining table in Burma Teak from their 1960’s Status range. The extension comes out completely and is slotted neatly under the table when not in use.
Extended: 190cm x 91cm | Height – 74cm
Not Extended: 152cm x 91cm | Height – 74cm

A mid-century Frystark (SA) sideboard in Burma Teak from their 1960’s Dane range. There is a bit of a raised bump on the left side of the top of the sideboard, but is only visible from a certain angle and does not detract from the piece.
Length – 183cm | Depth – 46cm | Height – 79cm 

A nest of 3 original mid-century Ercol Pebble nesting tables. Made of solid Elm and Beech. Designed by Lucian Ercolani who founded the Ercol company in 1920.The smallest of the tables unfortunately had an existing repair in the wood when we bought it, but it is only noticeable on very close inspection. Makers label intact.
Largest Pebble: 67cm x 43cm | Height – 40cm 

Lovely mid-century bar cart on castors designed and manufactured by Bakker and Steyger (South Africa) Circa 1960. It is made of Sapele and Mahogany woods and is on its original castors with a removable top tray
87cm x 40cm | Height – 73cm

A mid-century dressing table
Length – 151.5cm | Depth – 46cm | Height to top of table – 74cm | Height to top of mirror – 127cm

A pair of solid Imbuia 1960’s Meyer chairs and a stool designed and manufactured EE Meyer for Binnehuis
Chairs: Height of seat - 45cm | Height of back – 85cm| Depth – 48cm| Width – 42cm
Stool: 56cm x 30cm | Height – 42cm

An unusual Teak and Mahogany mid-century coffee table with the original toughened glass top. The glass top bears age related scratches but does not detract from the table.
Diameter – 83cm | Height – 56cm 

A 1960’s light wood occasional/side table with a green Formica top
Diameter – 60cm | Height – 64cm

A framed print by Matisse.  Verve – Nu bleu V11.
103cm x 72.5cm 

A mid-century round to oval extendable table in walnut
Closed: Diameter- 137cm | Height – 74cm
Open: 182cm x 137cm| Height – 74cm 

A pair of vintage desks (possibly 1980’s) with new sealed plywood tops and the original red powder coated metal bases. There are some chips in the powder coating, but nothing too bad and does not detract from the desks at all in our opinion.
Length – 110cm | Depth – 81cm | Height – 73cm 

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