Peder Moos: A unique Brazilian rosewood stool with tall, open sides. Numerous inlays and woven openwork seat of boxwood. H. 42./57 cm.
A unique Brazilian rosewood stool with tall, open sides. Numerous inlays and woven openwork seat of boxwood. Seat weave pinned with circular rosewood inlays. Signed Moos 1948 and monogram. Made 1948 by cabinetmaker Peder Moos. With exhibit paper label from V&A, London. H. 42./57 cm.
Exhibited: At The Copenhagen Cabinetmakers' Guild Exhibition at Designmuseum Danmark, 1948. Immediately after exhibited at “Danish Art Treasures Through the Ages” 1948, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England.
Literature: Grete Jalk [ed.]: “40 Years of Danish Furniture Design”, vol. 3, this very stool ill. pp. 63, 65.
CITES-certificate valid within the European Union included.This lot is subject to Artist's Royalty.
Condition report on request.
Items that are made of Brazilian rosewood or contain parts of it, require a CITES export permit in order to be exported from Denmark to a country outside The European Union. Buyers residing outside the European Union are required to obtain this permit.
Design, 10 March 2016
Peder Moos (b. Nybøl 1906, d. Bredebro, Tønder 1991)
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