Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein   ROSEWOOD SIDEBOARD
H W KLEIN FOR BRAMIN
DENMARK 1960s


4000

225cm long X 80cm high X 45cm deep

- High quality Danish rosewood sideboard designed by H. W. Klein for Bramin, 1960s.

- Deep colour and attarctive figure to rosewood.

- Four drawers, sliding doors revealing mahogany shelving.

- Excellent construction and classical styling.

- Fully re-polished.

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Henry Walter (H.W.) Klein was born in Norway in 1919. He moved to Denmark in 1949, to study interior design at the Tekniske Skile in Frederikberg, where he trained under the prominent designer and architect Finn Juhl. After finishing school in 1952, Klein returned to Norway to establish his own furniture and interiors business. His chairs, tables, and sideboards are characteristic of the postwar Danish modern style, typically involving fine woods like rosewood and well proportioned, well crafted forms. In 1960, Klein and his family moved to Denmark so he could work full time at Bramin. He remained at the company until it closed in 1980; he and his family moved to San Francisco in the 1980s.

 
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Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein
Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein

Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein
Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein

Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein
Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein

Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein
Bramin Danish rosewood sideboard H W Klein
 
 
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