The Danish company Gubi is reissuing the Jens Quistgaard designed Stokke Chair. This is a very nice chair that was originally produced in 1965 by Nissen.
The original used teak or rosewood and had multiple different leather options. The modern reissue uses black stained oak and black leather. This is a unique chair design because it easily assembles and disassembles without screws or other fittings – the wood poles just fit into the metal frame along with the seat.
The original is very comfortable and has gone up dramatically in value. I have no idea what the new ones will cost, but this might be a good option for a modern collector. Keep in mind, though, nothing is cheap in Denmark and I don’t know if they are importing them to the states.
You can read more about it on the Gubi website.
Gubi has also released an online magazine that has an article about Jens Quistgaard, including a cool “Eight things you need to know about Jens Quistgaard”. You can get it here, or on the Danish Pepper Facebook page