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Lot 50: Verner Panton, Serving Trolley with Shelves, Denmark, 1963

1175: Decorative Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Century

by Auctionata AG

20 October 2016

Berlin, Berlin, Germany

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  • Verner Panton, Serving Trolley with Shelves, Denmark, 1963
  • Verner Panton, Serving Trolley with Shelves, Denmark, 1963
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Description: Laminated wood, lacquered in black, chrome
Denmark, 1963
Design: Verner Panton (1926-1998) – Danish architect and designer
Manufacturer: A. Sommer
On four wheels
Height: 73 cm
Diameter: 38 cm
Good original condition

The presented serving trolley comes on four wheels and features three inner shelves in different sizes for glasses and bottles. Two of them can be opened laterally.

Condition:

The serving trolley is in good original condition. There are traces of wear at the margins and the shelves do not fit precisely in one line. The height is 73 cm and the diameter is 38 cm.

Verner Panton (1926-1998)
Danish architect and designer Verner Panton is one of the most famous and influential designers of the 20th century. After his studies at the Technical College of Odense and the Royal Danish Academy of Art in Copenhagen, he began working for Arne Jacobsen and quickly developed his own style. He favored artificial materials and bright colors, transferring the Pop Art aesthetic to furniture and fittings and deeply shaping our image of the sixties and seventies. His designs, such as the Panton Chair, the Moon Lamp and the interior of publishing house Der Spiegel in Hamburg, were groundbreaking at the time and remain very popular today. (eli)

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