Midcentury Italian Teak and Bronze Four Cabinet Sideboard Suspended Glass, 1960
A midcentury Italian sideboard from the 1960s in the style of Ico Parisi with four suspended teak cabinets.
Each individual cabinet case is constructed with a chamfered top and bottom that tapers to the four corners creating distinctive diamond shaped surfaces.
The chamfered panels are veneered with a strongly striated teak.
This veneer is in contrast to the uniform closely grained sides and faces of the cabinets and with the off-white glazed ash interiors and shelving.
Suspended above each cabinet is a hexagonal glass shelf re-emphasizing the chamfered tops and the hexagonal drawer pulls.
Inset into the teak veneered cabinet supports are he foot and glass shelving supports of highly polished machined bronze. The supports are accented with contrasting areas of flat black lacquer.
All ten polished bronze foot pads are adjustable within polished bronze hexagonal housings.
All aspects of the cabinet-work is beautifully executed.
The metric measurements of the cabinet are 290 cm long (114"), 118 cm. tall (46.5") and 46 cm. (18") deep.
The cabinet is signed with an embossed stamp on the upper edge of one of the cabinet doors “Permente Mobili Cantu”.
The sideboard is in excellent condition and has been professionally restored. Offered by Appleton
- Depth: 18 Width: 114 Height: 46.5
- Lead Time
- Varies (Limited Edition)
- La Permanente Mobili Cant˘
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