New additions

Textile painting by Åsa Kummu, Sweden. 1989.
Pair of candlesticks designed by Gunnar Ander for Ystad Metall, Sweden. 1950's.
Wall hung lantern "Diana" designed by Carl Elmberg and K Martin Westerberg for Näfverqvarn, Sweden. 1920’s.
Silver dish designed by Verner Panton for Georg Jensen, Denmark. 1990's.
Table lamp PH 4/3 designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, Denmark. 1930's.
Table lamp PH 3,5/2 designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, Denmark. 1926.
Dining table, Lovö. Designed by Axel Einar Hjorth, for NK, Sweden. 1930's.
Stool designed by Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen for Gustav Bertelsen, Denmark. 1950's.
Unique chair designed by Ivar Callmander, Sweden. 1930's.
Three piece cabinet designed by Mogens Koch for Rud Rasmussen, Denmark. 1950's.
Skoga bench, designed by Axel Einar Hjorth for NK, Sweden. 1932.
Desk designed by Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen, Denmark. 1950.
Halyard chair, designed by Hans Wegner for Getama, Denmark. 1950.
Desk designed by Hans Wegner for Andreas Tuck, Denmark. 1961.
Elizabeth. Sofa designed by Ib Kofoed Larsen for Christensen & Larsen, Denmark. 1965.
Ceiling lamp designed by Gerrit Rietveld for Cassina, Italy. 1980's.
Woven painting "Cubes" by Eva Pettersson, Sweden. 1980's.
Dish designed by Margareta Hennix for Gustavsberg, Sweden. 1980's.
Tapestry designed by Victor Vasarely for Pinton Frères, Aubusson, France. 1980's.
Rug "The Brown Heath", designed by Märta Måås-Fjetterström, Sweden. 1931.
Nest of tables designed by Gianfranco Frattini for Cassina, Italy. 1970's.
Book shelf "Dubbelpilaster", designed by John Kandell for Källemo, Sweden. 1980's.
Easy chair "Tomatti" designed by Eero Aarnio for Asko, Finland. 1960's.
Occasional table designed by Kerstin Olby, Sweden. Prototype.
Bench/table designed by Börge Mogensen for Fredericia Stolefabrik, Denmark. 1950's.
Wall hung book shelves designed by Bruno Mathsson for Karl Mathsson, Sweden. 1940's.
Wall hung table designed by Helge Vestergaard Jensen, for Peder Pedersen, Denmark. 1950's.
Console table "Utö" designed by Axel Einar Hjorth for NK, Sweden. 1932.
A set of three bowls designed by Ingo Maurer for Design M, Germany. 1960's.
Teapot anonymous for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden.
Ring designed by Claes Giertta, Sweden. 1970's.
Necklace designed by Birgitte Sanitate, Sweden. 1980's.
Vase Pungo designed by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden. 1950's.
Rug Seaweed Blue designed by Barbro Nilsson for Märta Måås Fjetterström, MMF, Sweden. 1950's.
Occasional table designed by Alessandro Mendini for Zanotta, Italy. 1980's.
Bench anonymous, Sweden. 1930's.
Armchair Colonial designed by Ole Wanscher for P. Jeppesen, Denmark. 1950's.
Set of six dining chairs designed by Helge Sibast for Sibast, Denmark. 1960's.
Trolley designed by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Finland. 1950's.
Cabinet designed by HI-Gruppen, Sweden. 1960's.
Set of two dining chairs The Chair designed by Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen, Denmark. 1948.
Set of eight dining chairs The Chair designed by Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen, Denmark. 1948.
Armchair Metropolitan designed by Aksel Bender Madsen and Ejner Larsen for Willy Beck, Denmark. 1950's.
Dining table "Judas" designed  by Finn Juhl for Niels Vodder, Denmark. 1950's
Set of eleven Series Seven chairs designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen, Denmark. 1956.
Floor lamp anonymous, Sweden. 1950's.
Floor lamp designed by Jo Hammerborg, Denmark. 1950's.
Pair of ceiling lamps designed by Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors, Sweden. 1960's.
Rug designed by Anna-Greta Sjöquist, Sweden. 1950's.
Rug Dog Rose designed by Märta Måås-Fjetterström for MMF AB, Sweden. 1940's.

1stdibs article about Modernity

Modernity is featured as 1stdibs’ October Gallery Introspective! We have kindly been named “one of the world's top sources for Scandinavian modern furniture” and “Sweden’s, if not the world’s, leading dealers in mid-century Scandinavian design”.

Modernity exhibits in New York

Modernity exhibits at the Salon Fair at the Park Avenue Armory in New York with major works by the Scandinavian masters from the 20th century. Open Thursday November 13th to Monday November 17th. Contact us in case you would like tickets.

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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