Kaare Klint: A very early and unique sideboard of Brazilian rosewood, mounted on six legs. Front with two doors flanking a fold-down leaf.
A very early and unique sideboard of Brazilian rosewood, mounted on six tapering, square legs. Front with two doors flanking a fold-down leaf with inlay on each side, resp. Star of David and a swastika. Base with two drawers with circular handles. Oak interior with shelves and pull-out trays, fittings of brass. Designed and made 1913 by cabinetmaker V. Bloch-Jørgensen, Copenhagen. H. 94 cm. L. 198 cm. D. 62 cm.
Provenance: Made and designed as part of the furniture suite for Valborg Andersen. Among the very first pieces designed by Kaare Klint, made prior to his work at Faaborg Museum.
Literature: Gorm Harkær, Klintiana: “Kaare Klint”, vol. 2, this very sideboard ill. p. 67.This lot is subject to Artist's Royalty.
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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.
Kaare Klint (b. Frederiksberg 1888, d. Copenhagen 1954)
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