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Finn Juhl

Teak Writing Desk, ca. 1953

Teak, Steel
29 1/2 × 68 × 33 1/2 in
74.9 × 172.7 × 85.1 cm
$19,800
location
St. Louis
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Forsyth
St. Louis
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This a wonderful example of a Finn Juhl freestanding teak writing desk with detachable 20.25 inch …

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This a wonderful example of a Finn Juhl freestanding teak writing desk with detachable 20.25 inch flip-down leaf; the table measures 88.25 inches when fully extended. The drawer section has four polychrome lacquered drawers. The desk features an anodized metal frame with teak shoes. A true collector's item!

Manufacturer
Bovirke, Denmark.
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Annie Genovese for Forsyth, 2019.
Finn Juhl
Danish, 1912–1989
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One of the pivotal figures of Danish design in the 1940s, Finn Juhl introduced Danish Modern to the …

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One of the pivotal figures of Danish design in the 1940s, Finn Juhl introduced Danish Modern to the world, specifically the United States. As an architect and interior and industrial designer, Juhl was best known for his furniture designs that uprooted traditional historicist styles embellished with ornament and plush …

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This a wonderful example of a Finn Juhl freestanding teak writing desk with detachable 20.25 inch …

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This a wonderful example of a Finn Juhl freestanding teak writing desk with detachable 20.25 inch flip-down leaf; the table measures 88.25 inches when fully extended. The drawer section has four polychrome lacquered drawers. The desk features an anodized metal frame with teak shoes. A true collector's item!

Manufacturer
Bovirke, Denmark.
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Annie Genovese for Forsyth, 2019.
Finn Juhl
Danish, 1912–1989
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One of the pivotal figures of Danish design in the 1940s, Finn Juhl introduced Danish Modern to the …

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One of the pivotal figures of Danish design in the 1940s, Finn Juhl introduced Danish Modern to the world, specifically the United States. As an architect and interior and industrial designer, Juhl was best known for his furniture designs that uprooted traditional historicist styles embellished with ornament and plush …

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Finn Juhl

Teak Writing Desk, ca. 1953

Teak, Steel
29 1/2 × 68 × 33 1/2 in
74.9 × 172.7 × 85.1 cm
$19,800
location
St. Louis
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