J.A. Muntendam desk and stool, Dutch, 1920s/30s

Muntendam, J.A.
LOV Oosterbeek

An oak desk attributed to J.A. Muntendam for L.O.V. Oosterbeek.

LOV stands for Labor Omnia Vincit.  LOV was a Dutch company that operated from 1910 until 1935 and had the goal to make well-designed and affordable, modular furniture. 

The desk has a drawer and a door with three small drawers behind it.

 The stool with a red fabric seating is 47 by 36 cm and 47 cm high.

  • 5623
  • Price on request
  • 30.3 In / 77.0 cm
  • 45.3 In / 115.0 cm
  • 30.7 In / 78.0 cm

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