Finn Juhl’s Bullseye
The cabinetmaker Niels Vodder’s exhibition stand at the legendary Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition in 1949 represents a climax in Finn Juhl’s creativity. The stand included a sculptural coffee table made of teak, Oregon pine and brass, which is now up for auction.
A Rare View of Paris by Eckersberg
We turn our attention to the Danish Golden Age and Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg's early years as a painter with a masterful view from Paris. He lived in the city from 1810-13, where he spent part of the time as a pupil of the famous French painter Jacques-Louis David.
Vintage Jewellery from a European Noble House
Six elegant and unique pieces of jewellery from a noble house in Europe truly let the viewer feel the presence of history – only one’s imagination sets a limit on which occasions these fantastic pieces of jewellery might have been worn at.