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Cabinet in rosewood with two doors and two drawers below. Beautiful detail of the handle and the characteristic Møller legs. Attributed Niels Ole Møller - unknown Danish cabinet maker. www.reModern.dk

Cabinet in rosewood with two doors and two drawers below. Beautiful detail of the handle and the characteristic Møller legs. Attributed Niels Ole Møller - unknown Danish cabinet maker. www.reModern.dk

Great detail of a handle. Rosewood cabinet attributed Niels Ole Møller, Denmark. www.reModern.dk

Great detail of a handle. Rosewood cabinet attributed Niels Ole Møller, Denmark. www.reModern.dk

The inside of a great cabinet in rosewood designed and produced in Denmark around 1960. Attributed Niels O.Møller. www.reModern.dk

The inside of a great cabinet in rosewood designed and produced in Denmark around 1960. Attributed Niels O.Møller. www.reModern.dk

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Set of six rosewood dining chairs (model no. 71), upholstered in the original Danish cord, designed by Arne Hovmand-Olsen for JL Møller. Note this model is often mistakenly attributed to Niels Moller for JL Moller, but vintage Moller catalogues from the 1950s confirm the designer was Arne Hovmand-Olsen. Ca. 1960s, made in Denmark.

Set of six rosewood dining chairs (model no. 71), upholstered in the original Danish cord, designed by Arne Hovmand-Olsen for JL Møller. Note this model is often mistakenly attributed to Niels Moller for JL Moller, but vintage Moller catalogues from the 1950s confirm the designer was Arne Hovmand-Olsen. Ca. 1960s, made in Denmark.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

Finn Juhl // Chieftain Chair // 1950s // This rare version of the chair is often attributed to Baker, however it bears remarkable similarities to Niels Vodder's production. The distinct similarities to the cabinetmaker's construction are the low profiled hammered steel arms, and the joinery of the 'horns' shows the same Vodder ‘step' joint. This chair is not stamped or documented as a Baker production, which makes it’s origin subject to question.

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