Black and brass coloured metal pendant. Probably a Fog and Morup design.
Finn Juhl (30 January 1912 – 17 May 1989) was a Danish architect, interior and industrial designer well known for his beautiful furniture designs. He was one of the leading figures in the creation of “Danish design” in the 1940s and he was the designer who introduced Danish Modern to America. In 1945 he left Vilhelm Lauritzen’s company and set up his own design practice, in Nyhavn in Copenhagen, specializing in interior and furniture design. Later in collaboration with cabinetmaker Niels Vodder. His early chairs were originally produced in small numbers, eighty at most, because the Guild-shows emphasized the work of the artisan over the burgeoning industry of mass production. However, they were almost all reissued later in his career. At the Milan Triennale in the 50s, he won a total of five gold medals, further adding to his international reputation.
Dimensions: Height 36 cm, diameter 17 cm.
The Netherlands: € 19
Europe: € 35
Rest of the World: € 42