New additions

Wooden bowl designed by Finn Juhl for Kaj Bojesen, Denmark. 1950's.
Waste paper bin designed by Heggen, Norway. 1950's.
Waste paper bin designed by Heggen, Norway. 1950's.
Candelabra, anonymous, Sweden. 1950's.
Wall placque attributed to Tapio Wirkkala, Finland. 1970's.
Large dish by Jonny Mattsson, Sweden. 1950's.
Group of miniature wooden objects by Jonny Mattsson, Sweden. 1950's.
Group of wooden objects by Jonny Mattsson, Sweden. 1950's.
Bowl by Jonny Mattsson, Sweden. 1950's.
Bowl by Jonny Mattsson, Sweden. 1950's.
Floor lamp attributed to Simon Henningsen for Lyfa, Denmark. 1950's.
Crowd. Vase/sculpture, by Mårten Mårten Medbo, Sweden. 2014.
Crowd. Vase/sculpture, by Mårten Mårten Medbo, Sweden. 2014.
Crowd. Vase/sculpture, by Mårten Mårten Medbo, Sweden. 2014.
Crowd. Vase/sculpture, by Mårten Mårten Medbo, Sweden. 2014.
Set of dining chairs, designed by Eliel Saarinen for Keirkner residence, Helsinki. 1907.
Elizabeth. Armchair designed by Ib Kofoed Larsen for Christiansen & Larsen, Denmark. 1956.
Long chair. Designed by Marcel Breuer for Isokon, England. 1936.
Long chair. Designed by Marcel Breuer for Isokon, England. 1936.
Utö. Occasional table designed Axel Einar Hjorth for NK, Sweden. 1932.
Armchair designed by Philip Arctander, Denmark. 1940's.
Armchair designed by Philip Arctander, Denmark. 1940's.
Occasional table, designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden. 1950's.
Bird chair. Lounge chair with footstool, designed by Harry Bertoia for Knoll International, USA. 1950's.
Pair of armchairs designed by Ole Wanscher, Denmark. 1960's.
Pair of armchairs designed by Flemming Lassen for Jacob Kjaer, Denmark. 1935.
Armchair, Copenhagen chair. Designed by Mogens Voltelen for Niels Vodder
Vase designed by K. Salmenhaara for Arabia, Finland. 1950's.
Pair of wall lamps, anonymous. Italy. 1960's.
Jewellery set, anonymous. Denmark. 1950's.
Bracelet designed by Tone Vigeland, Norway. 1960's.
Bracelet designed by Hans Hansen, Denmark. 1960's.
Pair of cufflinks, designed by Sigurd Persson, Sweden. 1960's.
Bracelet, designed by Bengt Liljedahl, Sweden. 1980's.
Necklace, anonymous, Sweden. 1970's.
Bracelet, anonymous, Sweden. 1970's.
Candelabra, pair. Designed by Elis Bergh for CG Hallberg, Sweden. 1930's.
Vase/sculpture, designed by Bente Hansen, Denmark. 2000.
Armchair designed by Flemming Lassen for Magasin du Nord, Denmark. 1937.
Sofa, designed by Kaare Klint for CB Hansen, Denmark. 1928.
Dining table, anonymous. Denmark. 1950's.
Desk, anonymous. For Illum's Bolighus, Denmark. 1950's.
Armchair, designed by Ragnar Hjorth, Sweden. 1920's.
Pair of adjustable armchairs, designed by Erik Chambert, Sweden. 1930's.
Armchair designed by Wilhelm Lauritzen, Denmark. 1980's.
Holmenkollen. Pair of armchairs with foot stools, designed by Arne Tidemand Ruud for Norcraft, Norway. 1959.
Model CH03. Pair of easy chairs, designed by Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen, Denmark. 1950's.
Wall consoles "And so it goes", by Fredrik Wretman, Sweden. 1991.
Pair of bed side tables designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden. 1950's.
Set of five chairs designed by Peter Hvidt and Orla Möllgaard Nielsen for Söborg, Denmark. 1950's.

Welcome to Modernity

Modernity specializes in rare vintage 20th Century Scandinavian design by the most famous designers from the 1920's to the 1970's. We exhibit regularly at major fairs in New York, London and Paris.

Modernity awarded for best object

Modernity received the award for the best historical object at the Pavilion of Art & Design in Paris in March. The jury chose the cabinet and two armchairs by the Swedish architect Carl Hörvik as the prime object at the fair.

Carl Hörvik, cabinet and chairs

Cabinet and armchairs by the architect Carl Hörvik, specially made for the Swedish pavilion at the Paris World Exhibition 1925. The pieces won the prize Grand Prix price.

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