Hawthorne Vintage Modern

Items currently for sale at Hawthorne Vintage, 4722 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland OR.
Shipping is available on most items.
 

Current Offerings // Front Room // Updated 12/10/2017
(Front) Danish teak draw leaf table // Sold.  Set of 6 Danish teak dining chairs // Sold.

Walnut china hutch by Kipp Stewart for Drexel $895.

Eames Zenith 2nd generation arm shell chair on caster base $495.

American mid century lounge chairs // Sold

Pair of retro table lamps $295.
Danish rosewood & tile coffee table $295
Mid century stool by John Stuart $195
 (Back Right) Modern sofa by Del Teet $1600.

Danish teak slide top desk by Peter Niels Lovig $750

 Danish teak and vinyl table by Bornholm $395

 Tandem sofa by Arthur Umanoff for Madison Furniture $1200.

 Rare solid teak side table by Grete Jalk $495.

1970s Paul McCobb style globe $395.

"Union Station" Watercolor painting by Dennis Clemmens $400.

Current offerings // Southwest Corner // Updated 12/10/2017

Danish teak desk by Bent Silber $295
Balans kneeling chair by Peter Opsvig in Pendleton $225

Danish teak folding desk by Skovby $595.

(Back Left) Lounge chair by Paoli Chair Co. $650.
(Back Right) Swedish rocking chair by Johanson Design. Refinished & reupholstered $650.
(Front Right) Rare 1973 chrome recliner by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin $995.

Mid century sofa by B.P. John $1395.

Set of 4 Norwegian Afromosia dining chairs by Sorheim Bruk $950.
Danish teak draw leaf table by Ansager Mobler $375.

7 comments:

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  2. The punch set looks unused, have never seen a complete set, lucky find!

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  3. wondering if the Ejvind Johansson easy chair is still available.


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    1. Thanks for your inquiry. It has been sold.

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  4. Hi. Is the Glenn of California desk designed by John Kapel? Is it marked in any way? Does it disassemble? Thanks.

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    1. Thanks for your comment. It does not have any maker's marks but it is regularly attributed to John Kapel for Glenn of California. It does not disassemble.

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  5. We went to your store today. What beautiful pieces ! I wish I had brought a uhaul. We will be back next time we visit Portland.

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