each with round teak top raised on metal supports ending in teak feet; Albert Larsson was a Swedish carpenter and furniture maker from the Mid-century modern period. He established his own business Alberts Tibro in 1938, and after World War II the small production team began specializing in coffee tables and multifunctional height-adjustable tables. Throughout the following decades the company grew to become one of Sweden's most successful manufacturers.
the rectangular top above a frieze drawer inlaid with elegant scrolling rinceau centering a lined keyhole, over two long drawers fitted with wreath form brass pulls; raised on short tapering slanted legs; verso pencil inscription and dated twice "1951"; excellent vintage condition; professionally polished
the square-form flared opening above a slightly-bulbous body carved in opaque with an undersea nude male figure playing a harp surrounded by bubbles; for illustration of an example of this vase Glas in Schweden; 1915-1960, Prestal-Verlag, Munich, 1986
the dramatic cornice of outscrolled anthemion decoration above egg-and-dart carving; over a frieze adorned with facing seated griffins flanked by scrolling volutes; the long rectangular plate within an ogee frame; newly gilded; refreshed paint.
each arching crest surmounted by a floral crest above an oval padded back; joining a serpentine tight seat flanked by padded arms; raised on fluted turned supports; patination to surface; excellent restored condition with new upholstery.