Vintage Tito Agnoli for Matteo Grassi Korium Leather Chairs - A Pair
About Matteo Grassi: In 1880 in the Brianza region of Italy, the Grassi family began crafting saddles, bridles, reins, and other leather equipment for horses. Following World War II, the Grassis joined the rapid industrialization underway in northern Italy and expanded their production to include a wide range of leather goods, especially items for both the home and public interiors. By the late 1970s, Matteo Grassi had built an international reputation for distinctive, finely made leather furniture, from chairs and sofas to tables and beds. One of the most successful among the brand’s early original designs was Tito Agnoli’s Korium Armchair (1979).
- Depth: 17.75 Width: 24.5 Height: 33.5
- Matteo Grassi
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