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This splendid mid century modern revolving drinks cabinet by Vittorio Dassi is a real “surprise cabinet” . Its exterior is all polished precious wood and it features in its center a gorgeous decorative eglomise glass panel door with brass detailing surround. This door is fixed on a hidden central column which allows the body of the cabinet to revolve 360 degrees very smoothly and to revealsa superb maple interior with a fall front system. Its fall front also features a magnificent eglomise glass panel too. “Verre Eglomise “or églomise glass refers to the technique of applying gold or Silver leaf to glass for furniture, objects and specialty mirror makers. Verre Eglomise is an old world technique, with a rich history in the decorative arts. Usually executed on a panel of glass (for a picture frame, for example) backed with gold or silver leaf, the technique involves engraving a design through the leaf and applying coloured pigment so that the coloured portions show through the engraved areas. The painting is in turn backed with protective glass or foil. This technique sublimates the design . The decor is seen upside down and then shines with an unmistakable brilliance that gives it the light reflected by the glass. Concerning this piece of furniture, its decor is typically art deco design and is depicting African landscape, elephant and panther. This Mid-Century Bar Cabinet is purely magnificent… Its red glass top matches the red color of its main glass panel. As to its interior, its very light color of wood is superb and moreover there is plenty of room to store bottles and glasses in its 3 shelves and 2 drawers. Bar service area features a finely decorated mirror interior. 1 working key on its fall front + 1 key to lock the revolving mechanism.
Creator: Vittorio Dassi (Cabinetmaker)
Dimensions: Height: 143 cm (56.3 in) Width: 100 cm (39.38 in) Depth: 96 cm (37.8 in)
Style: Mid-Century Modern (Of the period)
Materials and Techniques: Art Glass
Place of Origin: Italy
Period: Mid 20th Century
Manufacture Date: 1950’s
Condition: Good condition. Wear consistent with age and use.
This magnificent French beechwood and ebonized table on shaped supports has red and blue aluminum players, polished aluminium fittings, as well as a green field. It still has got its four original aluminum ashtrays. It is a beautiful decorative piece as well as a fabulous game table in perfect working order. Originally, it was in a French Parisian cafe. It is coin operated, so you can use coins or not.
This very decorative mirror was made in Italy in 1960’s.It is typical of this period design and is all original.It was handcrafted and is in perfect condition.It has got a beautiful round shape and looks like a flower.This kind of rattan work is very unusual and is asking a lot of skill. It could be put on a wall on its own or mixed with other same style mirrors to get a spectacular look.Its color is light honey color ans it is magnificently warm. Overall measures: 58 cm diameter // Glass dimensions: 23 cm diameter.1960’s rattan and bamboo wall mirros are perfect to create a perfect bohemian chic athmosphere…
This magnificent standing mirror, attributed to Cristal Arte features a tanned border that is all engraved with leaves pattern. It is very harmonious thanks to its curvaceous design and is typical from 1960s. Its base has got a brass border and an umbrella stand. On the top, it features a glass shelf to be used as a hat rack for instance and underneath there are 4 coat racks made of glass disks. Brass details. Mirror and glass are in perfect vintage condition with some tiny fading on the brown border.
Very refined, this elegant sideboard features an eye-catching geometrical decor made of Murano glass plaques and brass inlay. Black glass segments in relief make crossbars. It has got 2 deep drawers on each side and 2 long drawers in the middle .They all slip very softly .Black velvet lining. Tapered brass legs. Its structure is all solid wood and was made in 1950s-1970s.Top quality piece. The shell shape brass handles on its drawers add an elegant touch to this piece which is best showcased in an entryway, a living room, a dining room or a bedroom. This piece of furniture is a piece of art and one of a kind.
These Zanuso Style Italian Mid-Century Modern Chairs are very elegant with their doube vibrant blue colors.They have got black lacquered steel and brass legs with brass sabots. Moreover they offer relaxing comfort.