Center desk in light oak wood with drawers on both sides, brass tips and glass top. Italiy 1950's.
Very elegant 1950's Italian curved desk in walnut with maplewood inlay.
Fiive drawers with nice handles and brass tips.
Arturo Roversi, unique 1950's sculptural desk in briar wood with sculptural shaped top and nice tilt front with five drawers.
Bibl. F.Grigioni, arredamenti, ill.152, rivista dell'arreamento N.27.
Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen, ash wood desk with two side drawers and brass rods.
Model very similar to the JH571 desk designed by Hans Wegner in 1953.
Italian Modernist 1950's Idesk in light wood with a thick crystal glass top and nice legs with bronze tips.
Ico Parisi, set consisting of a small desk with chair and coffee table on wheels with two drawers. The desk and coffee table tops are in original laminate from the time and in perfect condition.
These furnishings were made as one-of-a-kind pieces for a bedroom in a private residence in Como in 1958.
Documented in the Parisi archive with period photos.
Stèphan Boudin, Maison Jansen, writing desk in wood and lacquered metal with tasteful references to "Retour d'Egypte". Truncated conical legs with sphinx-shaped capitals, leather top and bronze handles, Paris 1960's.
Boudin was called by First Lady Jacquelin Kennedy to decorate the White House in 1961 and earlier, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy commissioned him to decorate the interior of his studio in his private residence in Georgetown.
Gio Ponti, important executive desk in mahogany with seven drawers on front, bronze tips and original silver/green glass top. Designed in 1952 for V.B.
Gio Ponti Archives certificate available.
Josef Hoffman, rare writing desk designed in 1905 ca. and manufactured by J.& J. Khon, Vienna. Beech stained to simulate mahogany, top with a dark red leather, brass handle and details.
E. Otllinger, Against the Grain, Bentwood furniture from the collection of Fern and Manfred Steinfeld, exh. cat., The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 1993, p. 85, fig. 54
G. Renzi, Il Mobile Moderno, Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, Jacob & Josef Kohn, Milan, 2008, pp. 202-203 for the desk