Set of four rare Scandinavian ‘Apilla’ pine stools designed by Rauni Peippo and manufactured by Keravan Puusepäntehdas for Oy Stockmann Ab in Finland, 1960s.
These immediately recognizable pine stools by Finnish designer Rauni Peippo are perhaps the most famous from the ‘Apila’ series that additionally contains a table and bar stools. The design of this model dates to around 1955 and the first manufacturer was Oy Stockmann Ab. Each of these rare and unique stools has a shape of a four-leaf clover, hence the name Apila which means clover in Finnish. Additionally, what is special about this particular set is that beneath the seat, each stool is also individually numbered from 1 to 4, making it a rare opportunity to acquire such a complete set.
These stools are in good original condition, they are made of solid pine and have acquired beautiful signs of wear and patina over time. Besides being of course very practical, these stools are also truly classic and elegant and would most definitely suit any interior. They are a well-known design that is well documented in general design literature.
Date of manufacture: 1960s
Dimensions: H 45 cm x W 36 cm x D 36 cm
Condition: In good original condition, with wear consistent with age and use.
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