- Teak Commode with Steel Legs Italy, 1960.
- Extendable table designed by Luigi Scremin, Italy, 1950.
Extendable table designed by Luigi Scremin, Italy, 1950.
Extendable table designed by Luigi Scremin (1897-1983). The board is made of birch wood, with a blue laminated central detail. The foot structure is of black lacquered iron with adjustable bronze pads.
Dimensions: 211 x 101 x 78 (h) cm (Abierto 2.60)
Coffee table attributed to Ico Parisi with structure made of solid wood lacquered in black, brass and smoked black glass top.
Measurements: 120 x 55 x 44 (h) cm
Pair of bedside tables with a solid wood structure and rosewood covering with an upper glass shelf and a lower shelf with champagne-colored satin glass. Interior compartment with hinged door opening with wood marquetry work. Brass details both on the handles and on the terminations of the legs.
Measurements: 58 x 55 x 46/60 (h) cm
"Spider" coffee table designed by Carlo Di Carli in the 1950s. Made of mahogany wood and topped with a round extra-clear glass
Measurements: 66(d) x 48 (h)