Danish Aesthetics Through Asian Eyes: Private Japanese Collection
1912 - 1989
DESK, MODEL NO. BO69 AND CHAIR, MODEL NO. BO62
teak, painted wood, painted tubular metal, brass
produced by Bovirke, Copenhagen, Denmark
Designed in 1953.
桌：75 by 170 by 85 公分，29½by 66⅞by 33½英寸
椅：74 by 51 by 57 公分，29⅛by 20⅛by 22½英寸
table: 75 by 170 by 85 cm; 29½ by 66⅞ by 33½ in.
chair: 74 by 51 by 57 cm; 29⅛ by 20⅛ by 22½ in.
The work is in good condition overall. The wood and metal surfaces throughout with minor scattered surface scratches, wear, tarnishing and discolorations throughout consistent with age and use. Small paint losses to the orange drawer.
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Private Collection, Japan
Per H. Hansen編輯〈芬‧祖爾與他的家〉（奧斯特菲爾德爾恩，Hatje Cantz，二○一四年）64及111頁（另一版數圖版）
Dansk Kunsthåndværk, National Association of Danish Crafts, Copenhagen, no. 3-4, 1956, p. 84 for an advertisement (another example illustrated)
'Mobili di Finn Juhl', Domus, Italy, no. 315, February 1956, p. 44 (another example illustrated)
Esbjørn Hiort ed., Finn Juhl: Furniture, Architecture, Applied Art, Danish Architectural Press, Copenhagen, 1990, pp. 60-61(similar examples)
Per H. Hansen ed., Finn Juhl and His House, Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, 2014, pp. 64, 111 (another example illustrated)