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toys: Apes, dogs, bears and elephants. And the proud guards at the Tivoli. Kay Bojesens wooden figures are famous for their playful and smile-inducing lines. Photo: Thomas Rithmester
Textiles: It was tough to be a young female executive in the textile industry during the 60's. Wanja Djanaieff sharpened her elbows in a very imaginative way. And made patterns to everything from housecoats to curtains and clothes for the national Olympic team. Photo: Designarkivet
PORCELAIN: Eden was created more or less by random but is now a favorite in retro heaven. We have collected 24 pieces of the Rörstrand dinnerware that Marianne Westman DIDN'T make!
Adresses: Come with us to the capital of Norway and discover cool vintage shopping, Scandinavian design and stylish interiors from bygone times. Photo: Ellinor Thunberg
furniture: Five million Windsor chairs called Fanett are signed by his name, but Ilmari Tapiovaara has done so much more. One of Finlands greatest furniture designers was born a hundred years ago this year. Advertisement from Mademoiselle, 1957
Glass: Bo Borgströms' glass from Åseda glass works conquered the world in the 60's, but is rather unknown today. Let us re-introduce it for you! Foto: Mikael Gustavsen
Interior design: A bathroom in dark brown and pale green is one of many enjoyable highlights in this villa from the 50's, with very well preserved details from when it was built. Photo: Johanna Jivanna Hopkins
fashion: It's right on the button! Even small items like buttons have a fascinating fashion tale to tell. We press all the right buttons to bring those stories to light. Photo: Getty Images