1d Hans J. Wegner’s folding chairs in oak, with braided seat and back, are not only stylish but also practical. Model no. JH 512, circa 1949 are manufactured by master carpenter Johannes Hansen, Copenhagen. On sale at Phillips Design auction in London 28th April, with a low estimate of £8 000

The Swedish auction houses have only just auctioned off Axel Einar Hjorth's furniture and Märta Måås-Fjetterström's carpets for good money to buyers in Europe and across the Atlantic and already it is time for the post-war design objects to change hands. There are few things that are as sought after as Scandinavian design from the 20th century. Designers such as Hans J. Wegner, Finn Juhl, Poul Kjaerholm and Alvar Aalto are today considered to be some of the world's top designers of all times and the demand for their design has never been greater. Amongst the some 231 000 items, which are on Barnebys now, are a variety of classics by the aforementioned. You will also find design by Piero Fornasetti and many, many more.

2d The playful Italian designer Piero Fornasetti is behind the design of these six plates, "Strumenti Musicali", decorated with printed musical instruments in black, white and colour. Low estimate £460.

3d Ib Kofod Larsen’s armchair "Salen" from 1960 was manufactured in Jönköping. With a low estimate of £930 , it will go on sale at Bukowski's Modern auction.

Paavo Tynell and Taito Oy are behind this iconic lamp for Tynell, 1950. Low estimate of , at Tajans, Paris. Paavo Tynell and Taito Oy are behind this iconic lamp for Tynell, 1950. Low estimate of £4 300 , at Tajan, Paris.

13d The Magazine rack, designed by Alvar Aalto, was made in Sweden during the years 1946-56. Low estimate of £620 at Bukowskis.

12d Behind these two teak sofas , is one of 1900s greatest designers, Dane Finn Juhl. The sofas were made by France & Son, in 1950 and have a low estimate of £3 400at Wright.

11d Design doesn’t have to cost a fortune! This pair of candlesticks in brass and glass by Gunnar Anderson for Ystad Metall, have a low estimate of £30 , at Auktionshuset iSolna.

10d A set of eight chairs in teak and rosewood, by the Danish chair champion Hans J Wegner. The model is called the "shoehorn chair" designed around 1952. The low estimate will be £70 000 , at Phillips in London.

9d Bukowski's Market will be selling this spherical plexiglass light, "VP Globe", by Verner Panton. Low estimate of £770.

8d Hans J. Wegner is behind the design of this sizeable lounge chair in walnut. Low estimate of £1 100 at Tajan.

7d Alvar Aalto set of four stackable bowls with clear and green glass, model no. 9769 ABCD were designed as early as 1939. Low estimate of £7 000 at London’s Phillips.

6d Sideboard "Jan" by Alf Aarseth from 1960 in Rosewood, has a low estimate of £770 , at Blomqvist.

5d Poul Kjaerholm and Ekold Christensen's "Tulipes" "PK-9" chairs were designed in 1961. With sumptuous leather and exquisite patina, the low estimate for the chairs is £50 300, on sale at Tajan.

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