Axel Einar Hjorth “Roma” Cabinet, NK Sweden

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Item Description

Spectacular cabinet in dark stained oak with light oak interior, designed by Axel Einar Hjorth for Nordiska Kompaniet. Manufactured in 1935. Very impressive and practical piece, large but not oversized. Excellent vintage condition. Marked with label, numbered and dated. Axel Einar Hjorth (1888-1959) was an important Swedish furniture designer and architect, designing many of Stockholm’s public interiors, such as the city library and Centre Hall, as well as private interiors for an impressive list of clients, which included the Shah of Persia. His designs, embracing the Art Deco and Functionalism movements, received acclaim in exhibitions both at home and abroad, including the World Exhibition in Barcelona in 1929, the Stockholm Exhibition in 1930 and the World Expo in New York in 1939.

Additional Information


Oak, Stained


Good Wear consistent with age and use.


Height: 47.25 in (120 cm) Width: 64.18 in (163 cm) Depth: 19.69 in (50 cm)

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