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Original blue Flowerpot pendant light by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen Just Added
An original 1960s Louis Poulsen production of Verner Panton's classic late 1960s Flowerpot lamp in a..
£195.00

Askepot, which translates into English as Cinderella, is an unusual industrial-style Jo Hammerborg d..
£175.00

The Hydra is a typically understated Jo Hammerborg design for Fog & Mørup, and the lamp was mark..
£195.00

Designed in the mid 1970s by Jo Hammerborg, the Lakaj has a diameter of 34 cm and a height of 25 cm...
£155.00

Danish architect Sven Middelboe was a key figure at Nordisk Solar Compagni during the heyday of the ..
£595.00

The strong slotted metal shade in matte avocado green of this 1950s Lyfa-produced pendant fixture al..
£275.00

With their vividly coloured glossy metal stems and caps, these high-quality table lamps were probabl..
£250.00

Danish layered art light designed by Bent Karlby for Lyfa, late 1960s Just Added
Issued by Lyfa in 1968, Bent Karlby's Troika pendant light was marketed as one of the company's Lyfa..
£235.00

Penta pendant light designed by Jo Hammerborg for Fog & Mørup Just Added
Designed by Jo Hammerborg in the early 1960s, the Penta was only in production for a year or two and..
£150.00

Philosopher, poet, mathematician and designer Piet Hein is perhaps best known today for his inventio..
£190.00

Optima pendant light designed by Hans Due for Fog & Mørup, 1970s Just Added
Hans Due's ufo-like Optima lamp series was launched by Fog & Mørup in October 1972 in white, wit..
£120.00

When Jo Hammerborg joined Fog & Mørup as creative director at the end of the 1950s he set about ..
£375.00

This stunning wall light was produced by Lyfa in the 1950s and is in excellent vintage condition wit..
£220.00

Nova pendant light designed by Jo Hammerborg for Fog & Mørup, early 1960s Just Added
First issued by Fog & Mørup in 1963, Jo Hammerborg's Nova was produced in three versions – ..
£275.00

Jo Hammerborg's early 1970s Milieu pendant light series was produced by Fog & Mørup in three siz..
£315.00

This Bauhaus-like Vasarely-style textile is in mint unused condition, and its woven op-art design is..
£75.00

An original vintage but brand new and unused 1970s circular tablecloth by Almedahls of Sweden. In..
£39.00

A length of strong, high-quality vintage cotton fabric screenprinted in a classic 1950s midcentury m..
£85.00

Made in the 1970s or early 80s by Danish textiles company Pagunette, this large single curtain has a..
£85.00

Offered for sale as a pair, these exceptional Danish midcentury modern tablemats were produced in De..
£75.00

This vintage single curtain measures 140 cm wide and has a drop of 123 cm. It is in excellent con..
£57.00

These three tablemats were made in the 1970s and measure approximately 31 x 45 cm and are offered to..
£60.00

Measuring 121 cm wide by 68 cm deep, this spectacular original 1960s or 1970s cotton textile art ..
£59.00

Signed within the artwork by Danish artist Mads Stage (1922–2004), this enormous art textile prin..
£199.00

Measuring 122 x 208 cm, this mint and unused fabric is a lightweight and translucent polyester pr..
£29.00

In superb condition with no sign of previous use, this vintage 1960s/1970s intensely vivid cotton..
£65.00

Purchased in Denmark, these tablemats were made in the 1970s in a style popular in Denmark at that t..
£20.00

In the style of Joseph Frank, this vibrantly colourful fabric was purchased in Sweden, where it was ..
£49.00

A mint unused length of classic Swedish midcentury modern fabric in the stylised nature-based manner..
£85.00

Created in Denmark in the late 1960s or early 1970s by Södahl Design A/S, the company founded in 196..
£75.00

Posts from our midcentury modern design blog
The uniquely Danish concept of hygge

The uniquely Danish concept of hygge

modblog 15/07/2010 0
From time to time we hear someone in Denmark describing a vintage light – usually one that gives out a warm glow, such as Claus Bolby's Veega (pictur...
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Fog & Morup's 1970s collaboration with Arabia

Fog & Morup's 1970s collaboration with Arabia

modblog 03/07/2010 0
In the mid-1970s Fog & Mørup made a brief return to its roots in ironmongery when it embarked upon a collaboration with Finnish company Arabia which ...
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The Louis Poulsen Bornholmpendel

The Louis Poulsen Bornholmpendel

modblog 03/06/2010 0
The Bornholmpendel is rarely seen today, but in 1967 it was chosen by Louis Poulsen to feature on the front cover of its product catalogue. The li...
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Fog & Mørup’s iF Product Design Awards

Fog & Mørup’s iF Product Design Awards

modblog 20/05/2010 0
Initiated in 1953, the International Forum (iF) Product Design Awards are presented annually to products deemed by its jury of international experts ...
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Verner Panton and Poulsen's LamPetit

Verner Panton and Poulsen's LamPetit

modblog 25/04/2010 0
Did Verner Panton design Louis Poulsen's versatile LamPetit? Certainly the compact little lamp is unexpected for its 1966 date, looking more like som...
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The precursor of Bent Karlby's Pan series for Lyfa

The precursor of Bent Karlby's Pan series for Lyfa

modblog 22/04/2010 0
Most collectors of midcentury Danish lighting are aware of Bent Karlby's designs for Lyfa, which include several of the company's most sought-after p...
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