ARNE VODDER for SIBAST
ROSEWOOD DINING SUITE 1967
Table: circular 120cm, extending to oval 220cm x 120cm. Height 71cm
SOLD dining suite: table & 6 chairs
Displayed with Robert Heritage rosewood wall cabinet, currently available.
- Designed by Arne Vodder (1926 -2009) for Sibast .
- Extending table #204.
- Six rare rosewood and black leather chairs.
- Chairs in amazing original condition with good colour to the rosewood, and supple leather with minimal age related wear.
- Chairs retain original base cloths and Sibast labels.
- Table repolished to a fine finish, with no significant marks.
- Even colour to whole table surface.
- Stunning grain pattern.
- Two extensions leaves with fold out flaps to give continuous rosewood skirt beneath table top.
- Investment quality dining suite.
Sibast is best known for its collaboration with Arne Vodder in the 50s and 60s; a partnership that produced some of the most collectible Danish designs including cabinetry, tables and seating. The dining set is part of a suite of Vodder furniture which also includes a tambour door rosewood sideboard. Sideboard currently available.
Danish born Arne Vodder studied in Copenhagen under his friend and mentor, Finn Juhl. The pair later worked together as they went on to establish themselves as the pre-eminent Scandinavian designers of the mid-century period. In 1951, Arne Vodder began collaborating with designer Anton Berg. The pair worked together on over 1000 modular housing projects with one of Denmarks largest builders. Over the next few years, Vodder began working with Fritz Hansen, France & Son, Cado and Sibast, which launched a range of Arne Vodder furniture in 1959. Vodder worked with Sibast through the late 50s and 60s.
Denmark lost a legendary designer when Arne Vodder died in 2009, aged 83.
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