BUY used classic furniture and Danish design furniture



Check out our selection of classic furniture and used Danish designer furniture. All our furniture classics are chosen with the utmost care. We buy secondhand furniture throughout Europe giving them new life through a unique restoration process with carefulcleaning, refurbishment, reupholstery and care.

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Another Classic was founded by the Tanggaard Jørgensen family based on a deep passion for Danish furniture design. This passion is combined with a unique expertise in the field from many years of trading of used furniture in Danish auction houses. With customers all over the country, Another Classic is one of Denmark’s preferred suppliers of second-hand exclusive furniture classics for both private and business.

In Another Classic we will do away with the use-and-throw-away culture that washed over the country with the opening of IKEA’s first Danish department store in 1969. Therefore, we buy used Danish furniture classics and extend their life cycle through careful cleaning, refurbishment, reupholstery and care. The furniture is returned to the market as new, but with preservation of the furniture’s history and unique characteristics.

At Another Classic we celebrate not only classic furniture, but also classic virtues such as professionalism, customer service, personal advice and good prices. We pick up and deliver furniture in most of the country for free. Also, do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or are looking for a specific piece of furniture. We will often be able to obtain it through our large network in Denmark and Europe.

In addition, we have a satisfaction guarantee. Every time. Otherwise, we will find a solution.


Hans J. Wegner

Wegner is known for his chairs, such as the 1960s and 1980s. China chair from 1944, Peacock Chair from 1947, The Round Chair from 1949, Y-chair from 1950, Jacket Rest from 1953, Pøllestolen from 1960 and Armchair from 1965.

Arne Jacobsen

Danish architect and designer who helped introduce modernism in Denmark. Today, Arne Jacobsen is internationally known and recognized for his chairs in particular: the Seven, the Ant, the Swan and the Egg.

Børge Mogensen

Trained as a cabinet maker with a letter of return in 1934. For FDB Børge Mogensen developed a furniture series with inspiration in shaker furniture, and several of his shaker tables are still manufactured and sold.


I bought a Børge Mogensen sofa and the whole experience was top notch: Well maintained and picture-like product, good service, delivery and information about care. I would recommend Another Classic [...] at any time.

Lea from Trustpilot

I was looking for four pieces of sevens chairs which were of some condition. They had exactly what we were looking for, and then the padding is absolutely wonderful. the service has been exquisite and it was delivered straight to the address [...]

Thomas from Trustpilot


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