This guy (gal?) makes some nice looking lamps:
Their stuff is pretty expensive - that cabinet is 22K I think - but I consider it fair value as the design resonates with me and the manufacturing is impeccable. And since my place looks like their showroom, it's an easy fit.
They also stand by their work. My lamp developed a small crack in the bowl due to humidity I think and they told me to bring it back and pick another off the floor. This was six years after I bought it.
It is. I don't think I can get down there to preview, so may not buy something I can't examine.
I'm thinking about picking up this teak chair to use at my desk. I'm going to go look at it in the shop in a few days. It's not by any known designer - just says it's by a Danish carpenter/joiner. Price is $500 - does that seem fair? It has been restored and has a new (quality) leather seat.
I don't know much about furniture - certainly not about the craftsmanship that goes into it - but I do know the design of this one is quite obviously borrowed from Wegner's The Chair Where the wood joins in the back of the chair isn't as elegant; it just comes together in a straight line. The curves also aren't quite as beautiful, perhaps. Still looks very, very good, I think.