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Furniture

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A successful collaboration with ercol furniture in 2002 resulted in the reissue of four archive designs: the butterfly chair, stacking chair, love seat and 'pebble' nest of three tables. These designs have since become modern british classics.

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Butterfly Chair
Designed in 1958 by Lucian R Ercolani
American Red Elm veneer seat and European beech frame / legs
H75cm x w48cm x d45cm x sh42cm

Stacking Chair
Designed in 1957 by Lucian R Ercolani
American Grey Elm seat and European beech frame / legs
H77cm x w47cm x d50cm x sh44cm

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Set of 3 tables
Also known as 'pebble' nest
Designed by Lucian R Ercolani in 1956
American Grey Elm table top and European beech legs.
H40cm x w67cm x d51cm

Love seat
Originally designed with 13 spindles by Lucian R Ercolani in 1956
Updated with 19 spindles in 1960
American Grey Elm seat and European beech frame / legs
H78cm x w117cm x d53cm x sh43cm

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Butterfly chair
Exclusive to Margaret Howell
The butterfly chair was originally designed with black painted legs when launched as a limited run in 1958
H75cm x w48cm x d45cm x sh42cm

Stacking chair
This is the first time the stacking chair has been produced with black legs and uprights
H77cm x w45cm x d50cm x sh44cm

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Lighting

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Anglepoise® + Margaret Howell
Type 75™ desk lamp
Three colourways developed in collaboration with Anglepoise®.
The type 75™ was designed by Kenneth Grange in 2004,
A redesign of the original 1970's apex 90.

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Anglepoise®
Type 75™ floor lamp

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Textiles

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Eleanor Pritchard
Weave designer
A selection of cushions and double cloth blankets woven in wales using traditional looms and techniques.

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Mourne Textiles
A range of blankets and cushions inspired by founder Gerd Hay-Edie’s original designs from the 1950s. The cloth continues to be woven at the family workshop in the Mourne mountains, Northern Ireland.

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Mourne Textiles
Milano Rug
Originally designed by Gerd Hay-Edie and presented at the 1951 la triennale di milano exhibition in collaboration with furniture designer Robin Day.
The reissued rug is hand woven in the Mourne textiles workshop.

Available to order from our Wigmore Street shop

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Kitchen

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Sori Yanagi
Product designer
Versatile stainless steel mixing bowls and sieves encapsulating functional simplicity.

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Asaf Tolkovsky
Wood products
Five concentric trays in finnish birch plywood and solid beech chopping boards produced using locally sourced timber from Bridport, Dorset.

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Kaikado
Chazutsu tea caddies
A selection of traditional Japanese handmade chazutsu tea caddies by Kaikado, the oldest maker in the world. There are more than 130 highly skilled processes in the production of each meticulously crafted chazutsu.

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Tableware

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Keiko Hasegawa
Ceramicist
Japanese born Hasegawa came to the UK in 1977 to work with potter Michael Leach and subsequently set up her own pottery studio in Devon making ceramics for everyday use. Tea set exclusive to Margaret Howell.

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Nicola Tassie
Ceramic artist
A limited edition range of hand thrown stoneware ash glazed jugs. Nicola uses the wheel and fires in an electric kiln in her studio based in East London.

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Nicola Tassie
Ceramic artist
A limited edition of thrown stoneware bowls in matt black and white glaze.

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