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Sideboard model RY20 in ash and oak by Wegner by Hans J. Wegner for sale

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Item ID: 239667

Item Description

Double sideboard in oak and ash designed by Hans Jørgen Wegner and produced by RY Møbler, Denmark.
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Item Details

Eras: 1900s / 20th century

Styles: Mid-Century, Scandinavian Style

Materials: Wood, Ash, Oak

Quantity: 1

Condition: Excellent Condition

Design History

Designer: Hans J. Wegner (Denmark , 1914 - 2007 )

Maker: Ry Møbler (Denmark)  

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Designer

Hans J. Wegner at Deconet

Hans J. Wegner Hans J. Wegner must be considered as one of the most influential designers of the 20th century. Wegner has become a worldwide icon, particularly famous for his influence on Danish furniture design. Son of a shoe-maker in southern Jutland, Wegner began his long career at the age of 14. Over the years, he designed over 500 chairs with many different wood types and styles. His style is based on clean, simple lines and to Wegner a chair was an artwork as much as a functional object. One of his well-known philosophies was that a chair should be beautiful from every angle and that it should not have a backside. Though Wegner designed for series production, all of his work bears the stamp of the traditionally trained craftsman. Wegner's most famous chairs are the "Peacock", the "Y-chair", and "The Chair" which was used by Kennedy and Nixon in their famous CBS TV debate of 1960. Most of his designs were produced by Johannes Hansen, Fritz Hansen or PP Möbler, some of which are still in production today.

Maker

Ry Møbler at Deconet

Ry Møbler Danish Ry furniture manufacture was active in the 1950s. The most well known designer who cooperated with Ry was Hans Wegner. He has designed a significant number of furniture for Ry which are highly estimated at the moment by antique dealers, merchants and collectors. Ry manufacture was using incised makers stamp on the inside part of the furniture.

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